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Old 07-07-02, 04:34 PM
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Hi everyone ... I need some advice here. What is the most efficient way of transporting a road bike? I am tired of trying to make it fit (sans front wheel) in the back of my CRV.


Any suggestions would be appreciated.



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You can buy bike bags with compartments for the wheels. A padded one (good for flights as well) will cost £90 - 100 and a simpler one for £40ish. Obviously prices will need some investigation for Canada. Bags are also good for trains that sometimes don't allow bikes on fully constructed.
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