Transport your bike with ease thanks to the Polaris Cargo Bike Bag. Boasting a padded design and a hard, sturdy base, the bag is constructed from 600D nylon for the ultimate in durability. Perfect for travelling, it features wheels, skids, shoulder straps and carry handles for easy carrying and movement, whilst the integral accessories pockets will ensure there's plenty of room for all your cycling equipment. It also comes with a name and personal details tag for added peace of mind if it becomes lost. - L.M.
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This bag was recommanded to us by a friend to transport our bike in the car. My husbands bought one last year and it is so good and easy to manipulate that I decided to get one for my bike. It is good to travel by plane as it is perfect to transport my bike in my SUV ... it fits just perfect to stand up so we can place the two bags side to side and still have place for other luggage. This way, we protect our bikes from hitting each other. Very solid, plenty of compartments to place bike stuff in plus thick wheels covers included. A very good buy that we recommend to friends now.
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This Polaris Cargo Bike Bag is a good bike bag at a relatively cheap price. It's probably more suitable for local/regional travel rather than facing potentially rough handling at airports.
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