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 Atlas Compact Bike Bag - 2008
Atlas Compact Bike Bag - 2008
Manufactured out of high quality Polyester 1680 Deniers with a water-repellent treatment Extremely resistant and long lasting - it won't let you down Advanced impact absorption construction with proprietary high-density foam removable inner padding Superior auto healing zips(spiral 10). No rust no trouble. Reinforced nylon thread stitching and double lockable sliders Facilitated 3/4 opening for easy stowing operations Extra strong thermo polymer structure coupled with expanded padding to offer astounding cushioned protection: your bike is well protected Double-padded and reinforced massive external pockets Adjustable inner straps to secure the bike frame Revolutionary wheel truck inspired from aerospatial technology Ultra-wide low profile chassis for a stable ride Ergonomic handle for easy lifting and steering: incorporated front handle with automatic retractable belt Name tag holder with privacy cover Suitable for all frame sizes, including full suspension mountain bikes. Easy-in, easy-out. Easily washable
 
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" The bag takes my 60cm Cannondale Synapse, but is a tight match and needs the derauller and front brake to be removed (too allow the fork to be turned around to save space).
The strap handle (supposed to help you on transport) is a joke - soft plastic gives up after 5 meters of towing in even surface - same happened to the other owner I know.
Protection is good and there was no harm done to my carbon bike or carbon rims.
Wheels work well and when in "landing position" the bag is stabile enough. Those wheels keep so much noise that you don't need to ask anyone to give way - but they still roll very easily.
After one trip there are already some clear wear marks on the side of the bag, so I'm not so sure how many trips it will last.
All in all I'm happy with the bag, but would consider a hard bag as well.
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 dhb Elsted Bike Box
dhb Elsted Bike Box
The Elsted range - bags and luggage which are robust, resilient, durable and affordable
 

Size matters or not - 60 cm Cannondale Synapse

People seem to complain about tight fit. I noticed someone managing to fit a 58 cm frame in, but am I doomed to find a bigger option for my 60cm Cannondale Synapse Carbon ?
10 years, 10 months ago
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PetteriY
Finland
 
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