The Sci-con AeroTech Evolution TSA Bike Box is a rigid bike box made from thermoplastic ABS designed to protect your bike from damage during transportation. Tried and tested by pro cycling teams such as Liquigas, Astana and Saxobank, the AeroTech optimises load, safety, comfort and handling when travelling with your bike.
Reinforced TSA keylocks ensure the ultimate in cycle luggage security. Ideal for transporting any kind of racing bike frame up to 62cm including frames with seat post extensions.
How to Pack
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This is a very cool bike case...its far easier than most cases to tote around the airport and is fairly compact compared to some of the large box cases when transporting in vans or buses. I could pack a fair amount of riding clothes and stuff in clear zip locks with the bike to minimize the hassle with the TSA. Some minor issues: 1) there are flat washers on each side of the hole for the quick release on the case cover for the wheels that were not adequately glued...I reset them in epoxy so should be good to go; 2) The TSA lock latch can be a little tight to turn open or closed. The TSA managed to jam one closed and render the lock such that we couldn't get the key into the lock to unlock it when we got home. I am happy to report the manufacturer agreed to replace the lock mechanism at no charge; 3) If you have any thing on the left side of your handle bar that will prevent the shifting of the handle bar to the right an inch and half or so you will need to take the handlebars completely off. Minor inconvenience. This is by far the best bike case I've ever had or used. I