Compact & Protected
The Transfer Case has rigid polycarbonate plastic panels and thick foam padding throughout. The included padded Frame Wrap and Chainstay Guard adds yet another layer of protection. These wraps keep your bike scratch-free and completely eliminate having to scavenge pieces of foam and tape just to protect your bike. Just pack it and go!
Save on travel fees
Packing your bike in its smallest possible footprint means the overall dimensions of the Transfer Case are just slightly larger than a regular luggage. Some airline counter agents will let it through as a normal check-in luggage and allow you to avoid airline fees that bigger bike cases normally get charged with. While we do not guarantee avoiding airline fees, the Transfer Case has a great track record at avoiding or reducing any fees.
By being as compact as possible, rolling the Transfer Case through narrow streets is a breeze with its external wheels or even on your back with its integrated shoulder straps. At under 6KG for the Transfer Case by itself, it's the lightest and most compact, yet still highly protective bike cases out there. Once you’re at your hotel or place of stay, it's easy to carry upstairs using its rugged handles.
Fits any vehicle
The Transfer Case fits nicely into a small car’s trunk. Or even fit multiple Transfer Cases in the same vehicle! No more negotiating with taxi drivers unwilling to deal with a bigger case or trying to find a larger car just for your bike.
Folds for storage and mobility
The Transfer Case's rigid side panels can be re-positioned to allow it to be folded for storage and not take up a lot of room at home. It's also a great way to transport the Case on your back with the shoulder straps, if you want to build your bike at the airport and ride to your destination!
All the components of your bike have a compartment or strap inside the Transfer Case to keep them protected and organized. From a dedicated rear derailleur pouch, a stretchy sleeve for the fork and pockets for the pedals, brake rotors and even tools—The Transfer Case was designed with all aspects of packing and travel in mind!
|Dimensions||92 x 72 x 23cm
36.2 x 28.3 x 9.0”
|97 x 77 x 23cm
38.2 x 30.3 x 9.0”
(L+ W+ H)
|187cm / 73.5”||197cm / 77.5”|
|Folded Size||76 x 36 x 36cm / 30 x 14 x 14"||76 x 43 x 36cm / 30 x 17 x 14"|
|Weight||5.4kg / 12.0lbs||5.7kg / 12.6 lbs|
|Fits bikes up to||"Medium/Large" or "56cm" Road & Gravel bikes||"XL" or "62cm" Road & Gravel bikes|
|Fits wheel sizes||700c and 650b up to 47mm tire width|
|Approx. Packed Weight||17kg or 37.5lbs. (Packed with a road bike, tools, and cycling clothing)|
|Exterior Fabrics||600D polyester & 1680D Ballistic Nylon|
10mm Polycarbonate Honeycomb
420D Polyester Liner
|Included with Transfer Case||
Step-by-step Packing Guide
Spare Name Tag
HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR TRANSFER CASE SIZE
|1||Measure the frame's headtube length (including headset cups or attachments that cannot be easily taken off.)|
|2||Measure its diagonal length between the most forward point, at the center of the headtube, to the furthest point of the frame (usually the derailleur hanger on geared bikes.)|
|3||Use the chart below to determine size.|
|Headtube length (cm)||Diagonal length (cm)||Headtube length (cm)||Diagonal length (cm)|
SIZING EXAMPLES- A frame with a 18cm headtube length and a measured diagonal of 98cm will fit in the 135L Transfer Case.
- A frame with a 20.5cm headtube length and a measured diagonal of 100cm will fit in the 150L Transfer Case.
In general, most travelers will prefer the smaller Transfer Case (135L) if their frame size allows for it. If your frame dimensions exceed the dimensions listed above by only a few millimeters, keep in mind that the Case’s side panels have thick foam padding that provides leeway and will still allow it to fit. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about fitting.
COMPATIBILITY NOTESIn regards to cable routing, as long as the bike's cables and housing do not prevent the fork from being removed, it will fit inside the Transfer Case. Frames with fully integrated cables or housing are not compatible inside the Transfer Case.
Fully compatible in the Transfer Case.
If cables or hoses are partially inside the handlebar, frame, or fork (but not going through the headset), that's ok. Your bike is compatible with the Transfer Case.
If cables or hoses go inside the stem or through the headset/headtube from the top, as pictured above, your bike is NOT compatible with the Transfer Case.