biknd Helium V4 Bike Case
Having booked your flights, the issue of getting your performance bike to the foot of the climb is one that can cause you a great deal of hassle. Step forward the biknd Helium V4 Bike Case.
Making use of revolutionary inflatable partitions, this bike bag guarantees manageability as you make your way to the hotel by ensuring that the net weight of the bag when empty is just 9 kilos, a vast saving on the conventional, rigid forebears of the bike box genre.
Once inflated, these partitions neatly divide up and secure the frame of your bike, eliminating rattle and therefore ensuring that you're not going to arrive with a newly scratched paint job. With only the most minor disassembly required, you can arrive with your bike ready to roll, certain that a reindex or re-service isn't on the cards.
Allowing you to keep your groupset in place and requiring only the removal of your wheels and the shifting sideways of your handlebars, the biknd Helium V4 Bike Case has been designed with the input of pro-level cyclists, for whom air travel with bikes isn't uncommon.
Compatible with all axle types, this bike case fits bikes with a bottom bracket to a saddle height of 70cm, and mountain bikes with a wheelbase of up to 45 inches. Storing two sets of wheels as well as your cycling shoes, helmet and other assorted gear, this bag is a real design triumph, taking an intelligent approach to protecting your bike in flight.
Easily and securely stowing your frame, wheels, and biking gear, this bike bag is ideal for the rider looking for a semi-rigid bike bag that will ensure the safe arrival of their precious steed at the other end.
- Inflatable partitions
- Easily moved on 360 degree wheels
- Adjustable handle lengths for ease of transport
- 9kg weight pre-bike
- Semi-rigid construction
- Compatible with all axle types
- Folds easily for storage
- Fits Road bikes with removable seat posts up to 70cm measured from the centre of the bottom bracket
- Fits MTB's with a wheelbase up to 45”
- Designed in conjunction with Pro riders
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