This colour/size is temporarily out of stock. For orders placed today we'll get one to you in about a week... or consider another colour if you can't wait.
Tardis is unavailable until September 2022
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?
Weight: 1800 gm
|Approx. Packed Dimensions||135 cm x 80 cm||172 cm x 80 cm|
|Bag Weight||1800 gm||1240 gm|
Bought 2 and used them recently on a flight QTN-Welly and they were great. Spare room and weight to put extra protection and clothing in. When we got there we could fit 2 x medium 29er bikes (in the bags) into the back of a Prius, build up the bikes and travel the rest of the weekend with the Tardis bag folded down to A4 size. So much more convenient than flying with large cardboard boxes or heavy bike bags (and it took about the same amount of time as packing into my Evoc bike bag, albeit with some extra care). Thanks GE!
Fast deilivery. Tardis only used once so far, Akld-Queenstown. All good and plenty of space for extra padding.
I had the old tarsus that was made to fit 26in wheels but this is much more versatile for all bigger wheeled bikes, or just bigger bikes in general. It’s a cost effective way to pack a bike once you are practiced at using pool noodles and other padding to protect well.
I watched the video then, when the package arrived, I went straight to the pool room - no, I mean garage, and put my bike in it. Too easy!! Shame we went into lockdown two days before I was due to fly with my bike :-(
An excellent bag that was exactly what I expected. It wasn’t that hard (with the help of some timely YouTube videos) to disassemble my bike - wheels off, derailleur off, handlebars detached. Good to learn!!