Москва, Точка в Крылатском
300 руб. за день
Залог 10000 руб.
Instructions For Use
Note: To preserve the attractiveness and long life of
your case, use it only to transport well-cleaned bikes,
free of grease buildup on drive train.
1. Disassemble bike in the following manner: Remove
pedals and place in a bag. Mark the seatpost and
stem position with a piece of tape. Remove seatpost
and saddle, as one unit, from frame. Loosen
handlebar stem from headset, but do not remove.
NOTE: If your bike is equipped with disc brakes
you should remove the disc brake rotor from the
wheels before placing them inside the case. Failure
to remove disc brake rotors from your wheels can
result in bent rotors. Do not touch the braking surface
of the disc brake rotors with your fingers.
Place the disc brake rotor bolts in a bag taking care
not to misplace them. Carefully wrap the disc brake
rotors in a clean cloth and place them in a secure
spot inside the case. If you touched the braking surface
of the disc brake rotors with your fingers or if
they touched anything that was not perfectly clean,
be sure to clean them with rubbing alcohol before
riding your bike.
Remove skewers and place in the bag with pedals.
To protect from severe abuse in handling, you may
wish to secure the derailleur tension pulley to the
chainstay through the use of zip ties, tape, string,
etc. You should also secure the chain to the seatstay.
If the chain has excess oil or dirt, placing a
cloth between the chain and protective foam will
extend the life and appearance of the foam.
2. Open the case, prop the top half against the wall,
set aside foam sections and plastic divider.
3. Lay wheels on bottom half of case. First place the
rear wheel in the rear of the case with freewheel
facing up. Then place front wheel in the front of the
case (See Figure 1). Place bag with pedals and
skewers in corner of the bottom half of the case.
Place plastic divider sheet on top of the wheels
using holes in the sheet to align wheel hubs.
4. Place first sheet of foam on top of the plastic
divider. Place bike frame on foam based on the
positioning in IFigure 2. Strap the frame into a
position that places it in the middle of the case.
Thread the enclosed straps through the metal
brackets, on the inside of the case, and the frame,
as shown in Figure 3. Pull straps tight, with out
deforming the case, making sure that the frame
remains centered within the case. While placing
the frame on the foam, remove handlebar
stem and place in position, paying careful
attention not to crimp cables. Place seatpost/
saddle assembly on foam, either inside of the
frame triangle or behind the seatstay. Wrap
seatpost in cloth to prevent possible chipping
of frame paint, during extreme jarring of
5. Place any accessories in the case (shoes,
pump, etc.). Larger items will be held in position
by the foam. Smaller items should be
placed in a protective bag.
6. Place second piece of foam on top of frame.
Place top of case over bottom of case. Clamp
bottom and top halves together by turning
butterfly handle 1⁄2 turn in a clockwise rotation.
Make sure hook of clamp slides into
recess of top bracket. Push butterfly handle
down to become flush with case. Check bike
fit by lightly pushing on different areas of
case top. If you find an area that does not
give slightly, then repositioning of the bike
frame may be required.
7. For extra security, each clamp includes a loop
that will accept most types of padlocks.
Note: The shapes and designs of bikes and
accessories vary greatly. Take extra precautions
to insure that your bike is safely packed and
protected from handlebars and other items in
the case that could scratch and dent it.
You are now ready to travel by air, rail, or
ground, including UPS. We recommend that
you properly tag your case for extra security. As
an extra measure of safety against theft or accident,
we recommend that you insure your bicycle
with the carrier being used for transport.