Trip through space with your very own time machine. The Tardis transforms your ungainly treadly into a compact bundle - handy when smuggling it onto planes and trains. Unbolt the stem to release handlebars, whip off the pedals and rear derailleur, then remove the wheels and seat. The frame is cunningly placed upside down with the wheels loaded on either side to protect the fragile bits. Shrinks into a compact package when you get to where you're going. Doctor Who?
|Approx. Packed Dimensions||135 cm x 80 cm||172 cm x 80 cm|
|Bag Weight||1800 gm||1240 gm|
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Great service , very happy with our two tardis bike bags Would recommend
ought the Tardis on recommendation from David Walker at Painted Roads (Asian cycling holidays). It was certainly a very good choice. For the first time taking my own bike overseas it was with some trepidation as I unpacked the Tardis in Hanoi. Everything was in perfect condition. The bag was big enough for steel frame touring bike and all my cycling gear and only weighed 21kgs and was easy to carry. Everything has arrived home safely also. The perfect solution.
Picked up two for traveling to the lower US states from Alaska. Works great, packs down small and much easier to deal with than the giant bike boxes we've used in the past. Looking forward to using it on European adventures next summer.
Great bag - compact, strong and good protection. If you add a bed roll to wrap the frame and drop your front chain ring in an ice cream container the bike is really well protected.
Made a quick trip to Queenstown a breeze:) flew in unpacked bike put together at the bike assembly station at the airport . Tardis in my backpack and biked to the skyline for some gravity action..