Scicon Aerocomfort Road 3.0 TSA Bike Bag "Black & White"

$699.00 $899.00 ( / )
Heavy-duty protection, fast to pack and lightweight design. The Aerocomfort Road 3.0 TSA bike bag is quick to pack, without compromising on protection.When you fly with your road bike, you have to pack it into a bike case, box or bag. Bike bags are cheaper because most airlines won’t charge...

Heavy-duty protection, fast to pack and lightweight design. The Aerocomfort Road 3.0 TSA bike bag is quick to pack, without compromising on protection.

When you fly with your road bike, you have to pack it into a bike case, box or bag. Bike bags are cheaper because most airlines won’t charge you a supplementary charge, but they don’t normally offer the same protection as bike cases. That’s why we created the all-new SCICON AeroComfort Road 3.0 TSA bike travel bag – providing case-level protection in the form of a bike bag.

Developed with and tested by leading professional cycling teams and world-class athletes the SCICON AeroComfort Road 3.0 TSA is the first choice of the pros. They choose it because it is reliable and robust, while still being lightweight and comfortable to carry.


 

Type: 

Bag

Vendor: 

Pedal Mafia

SKU: 

bike-bag-black/white

Weight: 

1000 g

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Customer Reviews

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Steve Nelson
Psicon Aerocomfort TSA 3.0 from Pedal Mafia

When I was seeking this shipping case (Psicon Aerocomfort TSA 3.0) I was in a hurry and I didn't know it was coming from Australia, and not just Oz, but Perth! Is there anywhere further from everywhere than Perth? Despite the extra $$ paid to DHL there was a "lofty" estimated delivery time, and I was freaking - La Famiglia stayed with me, it was tight but it arrived in just the nick of. I needed this case to accommodate the extra height of the integrated seat mast of my brand new OPEN Min.D. of which the final component had only just arrived the day before I was to leave on a 3 months job away. The case arrived the very same day and it all got put away, shipped via BikeFlight, and delivered here in Boston, MA just today. There was some trepidation and more than a little anxiety about shipping a brand new bike in a brand new and untested shipping case, but with great relief it arrived unscathed. It is quite an unusual flight case. Not only does it handle the ISM but the saddle stays on, as do the bars. (More on this later.) Psicon says you can leave the pedals on, but despite the generous padding around the wheels, it just makes sense to remove the pedals. Likewise Psicon says you can leave the rear derailleur in place but both BikeFlight and I agree it is better to remove it and make it safe. BikeFlight also advises to remove the brake rotors but they seem fine.

There are some sketchy instructions right on the inside of the case, but you'd be well advised to look at a youtube to get it right. The bike attaches nicely to a built-in rack, thru axles no problem, just remove the quick release adaptors. Wraparound pads are provided for the bars, top tube and a cover for the saddle; adjustable straps further secure the frame at those points, really tying it down. Of course it's good to put protection around the other tubes as well. There's a good sized gear bag provided that sort of attaches to the fork clamps that can hold shoes, helmet and more. Even with the frame and the wheels (in the usual places surrounding the frame) the bag is quite capacious; there is plenty of room for more stuff.

It rolls nicely on four caster wheels; BikeFlight advises their removal, which I did with no problem (small spanner + #25 Torx).

BikeFlight also said to remove the bars, but the design of the bag really wants to have them in place. This may be one weak link. If there's anyplace that would take a hit it would be the bars and shifters/brake levers. Truth be told the bars I want didn't arrive in time to complete the build on deadline, so I put on old one on that is worn where the levers attach. Maybe this is good because they were both rotated inward - which might be better than if they were firmly affixed and taken the hit. I'll have to think about this for the return journey...

I'd say this is a medium expensive case, way less than a hard case, and of course much lighter despite the integrated frame and generous padding. It is well thought out and nicely built, I was a bit anxious (who wouldn't be?) but the Aerocomfort does inspire confidence. If you can remove the seat post and bars, and don't mind doing so you probably don't need this case. But if you want to fly your bike with the minimum disassembly and/or have an integrated seat mast/post, and don't want to deal with a bike shop boxing it, this is a great option (and recommended by the manufacturer of my new bike, OPEN Cycles.) Just mind your levers!

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
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Steve Nelson
Psicon Aerocomfort TSA 3.0 from Pedal Mafia

When I was seeking this shipping case (Psicon Aerocomfort TSA 3.0) I was in a hurry and I didn't know it was coming from Australia, and not just Oz, but Perth! Is there anywhere further from everywhere than Perth? Despite the extra $$ paid to DHL there was a "lofty" estimated delivery time, and I was freaking - La Famiglia stayed with me, it was tight but it arrived in just the nick of. I needed this case to accommodate the extra height of the integrated seat mast of my brand new OPEN Min.D. of which the final component had only just arrived the day before I was to leave on a 3 months job away. The case arrived the very same day and it all got put away, shipped via BikeFlight, and delivered here in Boston, MA just today. There was some trepidation and more than a little anxiety about shipping a brand new bike in a brand new and untested shipping case, but with great relief it arrived unscathed. It is quite an unusual flight case. Not only does it handle the ISM but the saddle stays on, as do the bars. (More on this later.) Psicon says you can leave the pedals on, but despite the generous padding around the wheels, it just makes sense to remove the pedals. Likewise Psicon says you can leave the rear derailleur in place but both BikeFlight and I agree it is better to remove it and make it safe. BikeFlight also advises to remove the brake rotors but they seem fine.

There are some sketchy instructions right on the inside of the case, but you'd be well advised to look at a youtube to get it right. The bike attaches nicely to a built-in rack, thru axles no problem, just remove the quick release adaptors. Wraparound pads are provided for the bars, top tube and a cover for the saddle; adjustable straps further secure the frame at those points, really tying it down. Of course it's good to put protection around the other tubes as well. There's a good sized gear bag provided that sort of attaches to the fork clamps that can hold shoes, helmet and more. Even with the frame and the wheels (in the usual places surrounding the frame) the bag is quite capacious; there is plenty of room for more stuff.

It rolls nicely on four caster wheels; BikeFlight advises their removal, which I did with no problem (small spanner + #25 Torx).

BikeFlight also said to remove the bars, but the design of the bag really wants to have them in place. This may be one weak link. If there's anyplace that would take a hit it would be the bars and shifters/brake levers. Truth be told the bars I want didn't arrive in time to complete the build on deadline, so I put on old one on that is worn where the levers attach. Maybe this is good because they were both rotated inward - which might be better than if they were firmly affixed and taken the hit. I'll have to think about this for the return journey...

I'd say this is a medium expensive case, way less than a hard case, and of course much lighter despite the integrated frame and generous padding. It is well thought out and nicely built, I was a bit anxious (who wouldn't be?) but the Aerocomfort does inspire confidence. If you can remove the seat post and bars, and don't mind doing so you probably don't need this case. But if you want to fly your bike with the minimum disassembly and/or have an integrated seat mast/post, and don't want to deal with a bike shop boxing it, this is a great option (and recommended by the manufacturer of my new bike, OPEN Cycles.) Just mind your levers!