If you are about to head abroad on a cycling trip with your road bike, most airlines require that your bike is packed in a bike bag and it couldn’t get much easier than with the AeroComfort 2.0 TSA bike bag.
|Dimensions:||L 118cm x D 25cmx H 90cm|
|Pockets:||Large Pocket for tools and components|
|Wheel Storage:||Inner Wheel Pockets|
Developed and race proven by leading professional road cycling teams like Trek Factory, Cannondale Garmin, Saxo Tinkoff, Orica Greenedge, Lampre Merida, Ag2R La Mondiale, Cofidis, Velocio Sram and many, many more, the AeroComfort 2.0 TSA™ is the most demanded bike bag in the world.
Lightweight and comfortable, yet providing the required protection.
You don’t need to be a professional cyclist to travel abroad with your bike. If you are not exactly familiar with the disassembly of your bike, then the AeroComfort 2.0 TSA™ is your prime choice, as it is simple to pack. When we say minimal disassembly of your bike, we mean it. All that you need to disassemble is the Quick Release skewers of your wheels. Complementing a good bike fit, you do not have to remove the handlebars and seat post. The AeroComfort 2.0 TSA™ is one of the few bike bags, that is suitable for road bikes with integrated seat post. Minimal disassembly of your bicycle, padded protection, dedicated storage space for all bike parts and lightweight material provide you with the confidence that you and your bike will arrive safe and sound at your destination. We even have you covered with a global limited lifetime guarantee!
A soft bike bag is designed to protect your bike from knocks and scratches whilst being transported, and to protect your car from mud and oil. If you are planning on transporting your bike any distance look for tough, thickly padded bags or consider buying a Hard Case instead
With over 33 years of experience in designing and manufacturing bicycle bags, SCICON is proud to be the world's leading bike bag manufacturer. SCICON has worked with some of the best athletes in the world to engineer and design bags, tailored to the exact and specific needs of the cycling enthusiast. From professional cyclists to triathlon competitors, cycling tourists to casual riders, SCICON offers products that benefit all who use them. SCICON is mainly devoted to the cycling bag market and has developed and improved its products since 1980, resulting in breakthrough technologies like the patented Roller 2.1 System for saddlebags, that allows easy mounting of saddlebags without any tools or the Antishock Bike Frame that protects your bikes frame structure inside the AeroComfort 2.0 TSA bike bag. Many of the world's strongest pro tour teams use SCICON products in the UCI world tour. SCICON is the number one source for professional teams and is proud to provide the teams only with best solutions. SCICON Bike bags for winners. Ride Fast. Pack Safe!
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