martes, julio 30, 2013

Urbanova cross y nataciòn 4 agosto / Evoc Bike Travel Bag

Etapa 5 - III Cross Playa de Urbanova
El Domingo 4 de Agosto de 2013, a las 8:00 h. de la mañana, se celebrará el III Cross Playa deUrbanova. El circuito transcurre 75 % por de la orilla de la playa y 25% por el aseo marítimo, con una distancia total de 5.500 metros.



Etapa 5 - III Travesía Playa de Urbanova
El Domingo 4 de Agosto de 2013, a las 10:30 h. de la mañana, se celebrará el III Travesía a nado Playa de Urbanova. El circuito sera de 2000 metros.

Inscripción 12€ Si tienes Chip Amarillo propio

Inscripciòn 15€ Con alquiler de Chip Amarillo



Bike Carrier for trips and travel by plane, train, car or ship. 100% protection for your bike. Stow away your ride in minutes. EVOC´s Bike Travelbag avoids annoying damages on the way to your destination and is very easy to handle.
- Fits one downhill, freeride-, xc- or racebike
- Heavy duty nylon-ripstop outerfabric with 15mm padding
- Easy-Stow-In System
- Fixation system for frame and fork
- Padding block for gearshift assembly protection
- 2 extra divided padded wheel compartments
- Extra compartments for pedals and spare parts
- Impact strength brake disc protection
- Extra large skatewheels with sealed bearings
- Wide track width for lateral stability

Review: Evoc Bike Travel Bag
I travel all over the US and now the world with my bike! I’ve tried all different types of travel cases and they each offer their pros and cons. Hard cases offer the most protection, but they are heavy, meaning that the person’s eyes at the airline counter will light up with giant dollar signs like a cartoon character when they see you coming. Most airlines strictly enforce the 50lb weight limit when it comes to traveling with a bike. Most hard cases with a bike inside and nothing else exceed the 50lb limit. They can also be hard to pack. Soft cases weigh less, but most do not offer ample protection. Cardboard boxes are the lightest, but have to be carried and can tear.

Last year, I decided to seek out the best bike case.

I was looking for a case:

That was lightweight so I could pack other things along with the bike and still not be over weight
Offered protection
Was easy to pack
That had wheels
I found my dream case – Evoc. I can pack my bike in 15 min or less. It weighs 16.3 lbs and has padding and PVC in the right places to protect my bike.

Inside the case, it organizes the packing arrangment for you with buckles and Velcro.
It has its own wheel compartments. It has a couple small pockets for tools, pedals, and skewers.

…and I can pack it full with clothing, shoes, and sports nutrition without it being overweight.

I got a new one this year because they now make one that fits 29er wheels without having to deflate them (which can cause them to unseed and leak Stan’s everywhere!)

Disassembly requirements:

Pedals off
Take the seatpost out
Remove stem and handlebar as one piece and strap it on the top tube pad
Pull derailleur hanger off
Wheels off, rotors off
Place frame into bag and strap in the fork, frame, and rear chain stays
Pack wheels and tools
Add extra stuff
Deal with people asking you every five seconds what’s in your case!
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