Developed and tested by professional cycling teams such as Cannondale-Garmin and Tinkoff-Saxo, Scicon’s AeroComfort 2.0 TSA™ bag is the number one bike bag in the world and is ideal for transporting any racing bike frame.
Fabian Cancellara talks about Scicon Aerocomfort 2.0 Bike Bag
Blending the flexibility and lightness of a soft bike bag with the stability and safety of a hard case, the Scicon AeroComfort 2.0 TSA™ Bicycle Travel Case features a lightweight design that provides a high level of protection in the vital areas. Minimal disassembly required, your bike can simply be mounted to the integrated on the Antishock Bike Frame and the only parts that need to be removed are the quick-release skewers of your wheels.
How to Pack
A durable Nylon outer-shell resists abrasion while the thick layer of high-density foam padding offers outstanding protection. The internal strap system holds the bike firmly in place for extra stability and safety and a metal rear derailleur protector safeguards your rear shifter.
Please Note: This product is not suitable for bikes with disc brakes. The Scicon aerocomfort 3.0 range is suitable for bikes with disc brakes.
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The travel case is very good, however the description should have included that the fittings only suited quick release skewers and is unsuitable for thru axle type fittings.
Simple, easy to fit together, light weight bag. Comes with hand pump also. Hope for good baggage handlers.
I have travelled with this bag (borrowed) for 3 trips. They are fantastic to travel with. It only takes 10 minutes to pack the bike. The bike has been fine each trip. However, the wheels are very cheap and loose. They fall off easily and most people tell me they have lost wheels. They are loose when you get the bag. The bag itself gets rub holes easily, so is not very robust. However, I still want one, as the ease of use is fantastic. A good tip is to put the seat up high when you travel, and it takes the slack out of the bag, thus less rub holes.
Used it for first air trip. Easy to pack and move. Accepted by airline (Qantas domestic) without issue. Bike arrived safely. I turned handles and moved rear derailleur as a precaution. Wished I had the money to buy one years ago.
I bought 2 of these from PBK. We travelled from Australua to Spain and Italy. The bike packs well but the castors were poorly fitted and three came off in transit and ball-bearings came out too. Looks a very poor assembly by the factory. Nuts were loose and appeared only hand tightened. I am now in Italy travelling with only 7 castors and will need to try and find replacements.
I have a Scicon hardcase, and it is excellent - but my new bike has aero handlebars with all internal cabling (brakes and Di2) and the way the cables route through the steering stem means you cannot rotate the handlebars around to the extent required to fit it into the hard case. It is also a major operation to disconnect all the cables to be able to remove the bars. This will become a more widespread issue for people as the new premium bikes all migrate to integrated cabling. The soft case however, allows you to retain the handlebars in position, as well as the peddles and seat with stem. In fact, with only taking the wheels off, this is soooo easy to pack the bike and unpack ready for use. Absolutely no tools required! I test packed it today, ready for a trip to New Zealand in a few weeks. I was ecstatic at how quick and easy it was to pack - much easier than the hard case. The flip side of course is I don't expect it to take airline abuse very well, so here's hoping Air NZ baggage handlers are nice to me and my S-Works Venge Vias!
I was pleased with the quick postage/delivery to Australia and the way this item was packaged. Good value for money purchase at Probikekit pricing too. Thanks!
I have not yet travelled with this case but upon first bike fitting it was very tight. I have a 61cm frame and had to undo the stem and rotate the bars before I could even get close to fitting. There is considerable strain on the zippers when closing them up. It will be interesting to see how it travels. Overall, it's well constructed and looks to be of high quality. I'm happy with it so far. For novelty sized bikes it might be a better fit. :)
It really doesn't get easier than this: wheels off, bike in, tighten straps, zip up, fly out. No wonder many Pro Tour teams and riders use these bags. Would recommend this bag to anyone, it really is the best option out there at the moment!
Excellent bag. Road bike fits in it perfectly. All you have to do is just remove the wheels off the bike. Really simple. Would highly recommended.
After scouring reviews & sites for the pros & cons of bag v box, I settled on the Scicon Aerocomfort 2.0. I will be honest: I am a nuffty at tech stuff. When I saw that you dont have to remove the handlebars, seatpost, pedals etc AND at a damn good price I had to get it. OK, so it arrived, I watched the "how to" video and whilst a bit of mucking around with the skewers and some straps it worked a treat. Only 17mins from start to zip up. The bike fitted neat & snug, the padding is real good, it rolls well (a sp wheel as backup a nice touch) and was easy to move around when I took it away on first road trip. My next trip is to Hawaii where I will be at mercy of baggage handlers. However I feel that my bike (Trek Spd Concept 7.5) will get there & back OK. My only query has been with the bar that goes over the rear derailer. How does that sit in place? But this is only quibble - there is also a lot of room for all my tri stuff in the bag, a TSA approved lock and good handles/straps. I seriously like this bag!