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mjal
fromAyshire
Country : United Kingdom
Age : Over 65
Interest : Runner
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"Flying plus a linear tour is a difficult combination. Airlines now insist on a bag of some kind. This CTC bag has been accepted by EasyJet and BA (though ythe latter made us sign a waiver on one flight)."
Pros: Durable, High Quality, Lightweight
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Is that bag ok for multiple uses?

Hi all,

I just moved into a flat and have no where to store my bike, I can't wheel it in because of the dirt etc, would this bag be ok for multiple uses?
Yes. It is heavy-gauge polythene ; we have used the bags for at least 2 tours ( i.e. 4 flights) so it should last well for the purpose you are describing.
2 years, 7 months ago
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Ayshire