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TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
  • TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
  • TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case

TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case

Item #: 3SP00502 Usually ships the next business day
Price: $649.99
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The TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Pro-Series bike case double bike case has the same innovative features and dimensions as the original Velo Safe Pro-Series. The fork mounts have been positioned to accommodate two road bikes, mountain bikes (see FAQ below), or any combination. Like the original Velo Safe Pro-Series, very little disassembling of the bike is required while maximum protection is provided. Features improved heavier duty latch system and velcro latch covers, as well as much stronger advanced high molecular weight polyethlyne construction on the case. The Velo Safe II Pro-Series is not a tandem bike case, but a case designed for two athletes traveling together or the athlete with a racing need requiring more than one bike. Interior measures 48"L x 15"W x 30"H and weighs only 38 lbs. Meets all UPS requirements (oversize 3). May not fit all types of bikes - no recumbents. Will NOT work for most bikes with fixed seat posts (see the Velo Safe ISP if you have a bike with an integrated seat post).

FAQ
Q:I want to put my road/tri bike and mountain bike into this case, will this work?
A:For the Velo Safe II, it is not very likely that a mountain bike and a road/tri bike will fit, due to the larger tubing on most of today’s mountain bikes. There is no way we can guarantee a customers specific combination of a mountain bike and a road/tri bike will fit. Your are more than welcome to try; however, please note that if you return the case we do have a 10% restocking fee on this item and you will be responsible for the return shipping. We really recommend getting the Velo Safe ISP for most mountain bikes.

Shipping Weight: Actual 38 lbs. - Dimensional 70 lbs.

reviews
TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
$649.99
3 Stars based on 10 Review(s)
JessMess
Kansas City, KS
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

2 frames and one set of wheels.
July 22, 2014
It takes a little while to pack, but I've never sustained any damage to my bikes in transit. As a taller rider, I didn't expect two complete bikes to fit(60cm road frames). However, I have no difficulty getting both frames and with a little work one set of wheels to fit. Like another reviewer, I also use pipe insulation as an added layer of protection. The case with its rollers and pull strap moves easily enough, but it is a bit awkward to pick up due to its size and design. Make sure it will fit in your vehicle or that you have an alternate plan before you get it though. It gets the job done, but requires a little patience when packing. Unpacking and reassembly is quick though.

Moto Moto
Dallas Texas
1 Stars

Over promised and under delivered
February 9, 2014
This bike case does not hold 2 complete bikes. Not even close. I could barely get 2 empty frames in the box. The ties downs are poorly designed. My wife and both do Ironman's and needed a double bike case to reduce shipping costs when we travel. She rides a small QR and I ride a 56cm Cervelo P3. This bike case does NOT hold 2 bikes. You will still have to buy a wheel case which is also oversized luggage and pay extra baggage handling fees. The only good things I can say about this case is that it has 4 good rollers and nice strap to pull through the airport. VERY DISAPPOINTED.
Cons:
Not Effective, Difficult To Use, Limited Use

Skinzy
Houma,LA
2 Stars

Tri All 3 Sports Velo Safe 2 review
November 27, 2012
Just purchased this case and traveled via plane to Ironman Arizona. I ride a Blue Triad (M) and my wife an Argon E118 (XS).Note these arent large platform bikes. First off not one wheel would fit in this case with both bikes. Used a wheelbag for 2 and shipped 2 via Fed X ground. Its possible you might get 2 training wheels in this case but definitley not a deep dish carbon wheel (Zipp 808 or Hed Jet 90 which we own). External dimensions tap out at 101 cu inches yet the airlines allow 115.Why not make the case a tad wider so that it could in fact hold race wheels? Also, Needs to have a cross brace in the middle of the case to prevent the airport monkeys from caving it in...in the middle. Ive seen a ton of people who own these cases make this out of a simple piece of round, thick wood. Very easy to make and company should include this extra piece of mind with the case. Other than that the case did its job. Protected my bikes but a few simple improvments would make this case alot better.
Cons:
Difficult To Use
Best Uses:
Sports Training, Endurance Training

Jeff
San Antonio, TX
2 Stars

Not Airline Friendly
August 12, 2012
I bought this to transfer one bike and 2 sets of wheels. It packs well. The case weighs a lot. When you add the bike, it is overweight. I was hit with extra airline charges. I paid $225 in fees with one and $335 with the other. I chose to ship it home empty and because of the oversize, it still cost $250. In addition getting the box top on and the latches closed is a little tricky. I didn't think this was an issue but for TSA it was. They did not close it properly. This negated the hard shell protection of the case. I ended up almost missing bike check in because it took all day for the bike mechanic to get my rear drailleur working properly.
Cons:
Limited Use, Difficult To Use

Greg the triguy
Pueblo, CO
3 Stars

Look closely
September 30, 2011
I purchased this case so I could transport both my bike and my wife's bike to events. I thought it would save in fees for shipping/airlines fees. Two bikes with wheels do not fit. The instructions inside the case tell you to get a wheel case for one or two wheels. I was very disappointed that I could not use it for two bikes. It did pack OK but if the front fork attachment was in the center I would not have to tkae off the handlebars since it only ships one bike. I would not recommend this case if you want to ship two bikes.
Pros:
Rolls easliy
Cons:
Difficult To Use
Best Uses:
Single bike transport

Grey Squirrel
Marana, Arizona
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Great box, just be sure to pack it right
August 20, 2011
It fits 2 bikes but no wheels, but can fit 1 bike and 2 sets of wheels. Also be careful when flying. Make sure all items are secure and padded, including on the top of the box because you never know what position the box will end up. It is very easily maneuverable. It is well worth the extra money to get the bigger box.
Pros:
Multifunctional, Sturdy
Best Uses:
Travel

Glenn M. Pfleiderer
N/A
1 Stars

TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
January 12, 2009
It says that it will hold two road bikes but after working 4 hours we could never figure it out. Although it made the trip it was clumsy packing it, closing it and moving it.

Steve M.-Staff
N/A
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
January 1, 2009
I would totally recomend this bike case to anyone.No 1 plenty of room, 2 SUPER STIFF!! and you can pack all kinds of stuff in it not just your bike.

Seton C. - Staff
N/A
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
January 31, 2008
This case is the most economic way to travel with two bikes. It does take some patience and practice to get the bikes packed in there correctly but it is woth it to be able to travel with two bikes for the price of one! Getting the frames in is easy, but the wheels take some orchestration. I highly recommend getting wheel bags for your wheels to reduce the chances of damage. It takes me awhile to pack up my bikes because I have a tendency to pack a ton of auxilary equipment (helmets, shoes, race gear...I have even taken my Ultimate work stand, tent, sleeping bag, etc.).

Bill from Mountain View
N/A
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

TRI ALL 3 SPORTS Velo Safe II Bike Case
January 24, 2007
My wife and I picked this case up about 2 years ago and are pretty happy with it. It took us quite a while (2 or 3 attempts of 2+ hours each) to figure out how to pack two bikes so they would fit and not be destroyed in transit though. With a whole lot of pipe insulation to cushion the frame parts, and a little practice it works well. It takes us about 10-15 minutes to reassemble both bikes and maybe 25 minutes to pack them up. Neither of us are especially talented.



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