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Scott Sleeve Bike Transport Bag

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Product description

The SCOTT sleeve bike Transport Bag helps you keep your car and house clean when transporting and storing your bike. Fully equiped with shoulder straps and carrying handles so you can easily bring it with you as well as a fork shield and front wheel compartment.


Construction
  • 210D Polyester


Approx. weight
  • 800g


Features
  • Stowed in carrier
  • Shoulder straps
  • Carrying handles
  • Fork shield
  • Front wheel compartment


Volume
  • 1 bike


Size
  • one size

Composition
  • Shell Fabric: 100% PES


Dimension
  • Length: 150cm
  • Height: 100cm
  • Width: 16cm

Scott Sleeve Bike Transport Bag Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.8
out of 5
3.83
Build Quality
3.50
Performance
4
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Does what it's supposed to, generously sized

large road bike (size 63 fitted fine in the bag. Only need to remove pedals, front wheel and lower the seat (didn't remove handlebars). Advertised 'fork protector' is not found. I suggest you go to the local bike shop and get a stub for your front fork (and a shim for brakes if you've got disk brakes). I used mine to take bike on a plane (with some cardboard padding). All in all it worked alright, but bag got few rips and bike has been slightly scratched. Bag is clearly not designed for that, so I was lucky there hasn't been any major damage. Bag material is lightweight, but holds the bike well (but obviously doesn't withstand airline manipulations). There's an internal pocket for the front wheel, but not much else.

large road bike (size 63 fitted fine in the bag. Only need to remove pedals, front wheel and lower the seat (didn't remove handlebars). Advertised 'fork protector' is not found. I suggest you go to the local bike shop and get a stub for your front fork (and a shim for brakes if you've got disk brakes). I used mine to take bike on a plane (with some cardboard padding). All in all it worked alright, but bag got few rips and bike has been slightly scratched. Bag is clearly not designed for that, so I was lucky there hasn't been any major damage. Bag material is lightweight, but holds the bike well (but obviously doesn't withstand airline manipulations). There's an internal pocket for the front wheel, but not much else.

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3.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 4/5