If you’re going to pack your pride and joy for an interstate or overseas adventure, chances are you’ve had a good hard look at one of these. The EVOC Bike Bag is one of the most popular bike packing solutions on the market and if you keep your eye out, you’ll see these in many an airport around the World. We recently put the EVOC bag to the test, and to celebrate the recent release of our very special Enduro Travel Magazine, we’ve got the full review available for you to read free of charge!


EVOC Bike Bag Details
– Tarpaulin P1000D Fabric
– TPU Waterproof Coating
– Reinforced Plastic Base
– Compatible with Road, XC and DH Bikes
– Dual Skate Wheels
– Collapsible Design
– Lockable Zips
– Size: 135cm x 80cm x 38cm (280 litres)
– Weight: 8.6kg
– Price: $499 RRP

For the full article, check it out here: Evoc_Review


The EVOC Bike Bag is a big of a hybrid soft case for travelling with your road or mountain bike, and uses a tarpaulin construction that’s beefed up with reinforced plastic for the base. It’s a great compromise between a full-blown hard case and using a superlight soft bag. As you can gather from the photos, EVOC have clearly designed their bag to accommodate long-travel mountain bikes, and it’s 29er friendly too.


Plenty of clever storage compartments, velcro retention straps and lots of generous padding to protect particularly vulnerable areas. In the above pic, you can see the included packing instructions that sit inside their own pocket in case you get yourself into a game of Tetris.

The EVOC bag is available through Aussie distributor Groupe Sportif, and you can check out more information on their webiste here: www.GroupeSportif.com.au

You can also head to the EVOC website to check out more information about their line of accessories, protection, travel cases and the new range of hydration backpacks. These are available through your nearest EVOC dealer, so head to www.EVOCSports.com for more info.