A simple solution to the hassle of hauling your bike around. Just whip off your front wheel, remove the seat and pop your precious toy inside the Body Bag. For big trips, line it with 'disposable' cardboard to provide additional impact protection. Folds into a compact 'A4' package when you get to your destination.
|Approx. Packed Dimensions||135 cm x 80 cm||172 cm x 80 cm|
|Bag Weight||1800 gm||1240 gm|
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What a great bag!! I bought it as a last minute option as I wasn't going to be able to carry my normal box on tour. Not only was it roomy and easy to pack but so versatile. I got off the plane at London - reassembled my bike and when I arrived at the underground the "more than my job's worth mob" told me I couldn't carry my bike on the underground - easy - whipped out the body bag and the bike does a disappearing act. Same routine followed twice in a London and Copenhagen hotel!! Fab bag - absolute lifesaver if you want your bike to cease to be a bike and morph into luggage quick smart!!
First of all, couldn't stop laughing at the name "Body Bag". It is a great bag and I have practiced taking the bike apart and putting it in the bag and it is so easy to lift and carry with the straps and handles. Great that it folds down to something very carriable and easy to put in the pannier whilst cycling.l
Typically well thought out and functional. No problems with air travel
I set the Body Bag an unusual job - carrying my 1965 Moulton 'Speed' without scratching the inside of my wife's Toyota. The front wheel, pedals and saddle came off and fitted separately alongside the frame (the inner pocket for pedals is a really useful touch) and the odd-shaped frame fitted in the bag perfectly. Now I know, I'll be game to take the Moulton on planes and NSW trains too. Good value for money.
My big bike fitted it in well. Its much easier than a box - no fluffing round trying to find one before you leave. Although theres no padding (you put your own cardboard or bubble wrap in if you want), the bike came out completely unharmed. Well pleased I bought it