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I only just managed to fit my 2018 MERIDA CROSSWAY 100 into this bag after removing peddles, seat, rack and guards. Could use a bit more padding in the bikes vulnerable places. Reasonable quality but better to also beef up the straps and zips. I would make the whole bag dark as after one trip (5 planes) it looks pretty dirty.
I recently travelled overseas with the body bag and was very impressed. It fit my large framed 27.5 all-mountain bike with minimal disassembly. Only had to take off the front wheel, seat and pedals. Didn't need to touch the bars or stem. I padded out the frame with some bubble wrap and cardboard down the sides of the bag and between the front wheel and frame. The bag is light which means extra gear like clothing, shoes etc can go in the bag too and I was still able to keep the weight under 23kg for airline travel. I definitely recommend it.
We haven't travelled with it yet but found the instructions on the bag it comes in nice and straightforward and the 29 inch wheels fitted on a practice run .
Bought cart 29er on planes. Bike fitted once rear tyre deflated, seat pedals and handlebars removed. Room for extra stuff like helmet, bike clothing and stuff bag of gear. Light but sturdy bag means with all that weighs under 20kg. Tool/pedal pocket could be bigger and forks spacer too small for my front axle but a return trip to Perth showed no wear points. Use plenty of cardboard for protection. My mates all had different bags on a recent overseas trip and the Body Bag proved just as effective and most convenient.
I have been using the Body Bag for the past 7 years, it has been on several overseas trips and has stood the test of time. Bottom of original bag needs reinforced material as this is where the bags gives away. Have reinforce the bag and will do the same with the new one. Great product that needs a little more attention to strengthen for long hall flights. Cheers John