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.
I could not be happier with my new Tardis. It fits my large Surly ECR with its 3 inch tyres with room to spare. I don't even have to deflate the tyres to fit them in. The bag itself is made of sturdy stuff and has carry straps in the right places to make lugging it around possible. Highly recommended!
We bought them to carry Bike Friday Folding Bikes on Austrian and Italian trains in May and June this year. We might do a review then. Cheers Chris
I have used this for 2 trips now; an overseas to the UK and interstate to Tassie. It really does exactly what it says on the website. If you package the bike up as instructed it arrives safe and sound. I use the foam tubing that my bike was originally shipped in and wrap the whole frame plus wheels in bubble wrap. It's light as well which is a major plus. On my recent Tassie trip my bike packaged with 4 days of riding clothes, helmet/shoes, Camelbak and tools came in at 20kg - just light enough to carry using the shoulder strap. No hassle! One point to note is that wherever you travel you are at the mercy of local baggage handlers. On my recent Tassie adventure the Tardis came out in the oversize baggage section both legs, however on my international flight it came out on the carousel which was a bit worrying but it wasn't any the worse for wear! Only warning is to watch out for pulling the straps too tight - I did it and the brake caliper pricked 2 holes in the material - nothing to worry about but just to be wary of. If you are over lumping boxes around, and don't want the weight penalty of the high-end options, the Tardis is the perfect solution.
My 18.5 Trek Ex8, 29 fitted inside with now problems, added some cardboard for a bit of padding, foam noodles on forks. Instructions simple and easy to follow.
Bag worked brilliantly on 1st trip. Lots of room, easy to pack and carry. Only minor gripe is that the axle tubes that were provided were too small in diameter for the bikes axles (which are standard thru-axles for Enduro Spec MTB )