The SciCon AeroComfort Triathlon TSA Bike Case is designed specifically to keep your triathlon bike secure all through your journey. Nearly all of the bag is sewn from 840 denier ripstop nylon backed with PE for added durability. A water-resistant polyurethane is used for the bottom panel and it has been given a durable diamond texture to attenuate scuffing. And even as the exterior of the bag is vital, the insides are what set it apart. The geometry is designed specifically to check the geometry of a triathlon bike. Moreover, SciCon uses both the front fork in addition to the rear dropouts to safely attach your frame to its Antishock Bike Frame (ABF). This greatly reduces lateral movement, minimizing frame scuffs and paint dings. Along with the more than one points of attachment, SciCon uses an Inside Stabilizer System (ISS), which is a series of straps that holds the bike to the case in vital places, including the seat. In all probability probably the most exciting feature of the AeroComfort is that you no longer have to take away the seat or aerobars for the bike to suit. No more looking for lost screws or worrying that your position has shifted whilst you reattach the bars. The case will accommodate seatposts as much as 90cm and most aerobar configurations. And, given the broader width of the bag needed for the bars, you will not want to get rid of your pedals either. The bag includes two built-in pockets to carry your wheels and they’re attached during the frame with a strap to carry them on the subject of the bike. All the case flattens for convenient under-bed storage when your travels are done.
Material: [body] 840D nylon, [bottom] water-resistant PU with diamond texture
Pockets: 2 wheel
Dimensions: 52 x 35 x 17 in
Claimed Weight: 20.3 lbs