Add protection to your disc road or gravel bike while traveling with the Fouriers Rear Dummy Hub!


Transfer Case makes travel with your full-sized bike as protective yet nimble as possible, so you can get to what’s most important: riding. Expand it, fold it, roll it, wear it - Transfer Case is fully mobile, whether you take it on plane, train or bus.

Regular price $400.00


135L 150L
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”
Linear Dimensions
(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
Interior Materials PE Foam
10mm Polycarbonate Honeycomb
420D Polyester Liner
Included with Transfer Case Frame Wrap
Chainstay Guard
Step-by-step Packing Guide
Spare Name Tag


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.
135L 150L
Headtube length (cm) Diagonal length (cm) Headtube length (cm) Diagonal length (cm)
12 ≤101.1 15 ≤106.4
13 ≤100.6 16 ≤105.9
14 ≤100.2 17 ≤105.5
15 ≤99.7 18 ≤105.0
16 ≤99.2 19 ≤104.5
17 ≤98.7 20 ≤104.0
18 ≤98.3 21 ≤103.5
- 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 if you have any questions about fitting.


In 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.
The Transfer Case was not intended for frames that feature an extended seat tube which acts as a seatpost. However, some frames with this type of seat tube are short enough and will fit in the Transfer Case. Please email us with your frame information and seat tube length measurements and we can see if your ISP frame will fit!