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Place your dirty bike in this bag before loading into your car/van and save yourself the trouble of cleaning up the mess after the bike has been taken out when you arrive home.
 
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good value, practical
Posted11 June 2011
Garrettf
fromBrighton, UK
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 45-54
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Advanced
Gender : Male
Budget : Quality first
"Much better than a dedicated, padded bag in that you can put it in the bottom of your pannier and take it with you if touring for the flight at the other end of your journey.
Worked well on a recent tour of France and Spain flying with Ryanair and Easyjet.
Still good for a couple more flights, not bad for £7.99.
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Pros: Durable, Great Value, Lightweight
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Place your dirty bike in this bag before loading into your car/van and save yourself the trouble of cleaning up the mess after the bike has been taken out when you arrive home.
 

Size

Does anyone know what this bag weighs,and how big it is both folded up and opened out?

Many thanks.

Karl.
Haven't got it with me but my Cotic Roadrat fitted in with about another eighteen inches in length to spare (and with seat post all the way down - there was only a couple of inches in height to spare). It will fold down slightly smaller than a bivvy bag - hth!
3 years, 4 months ago
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Garrettf
Brighton, UK