Shipping Case/Bag 4 Travel

Shipping Case/Bag 4 Travel

Post by vanpau » Fri, 22 Aug 2008 08:19:36


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Post by florid » Fri, 22 Aug 2008 08:13:39

I just received my wheel bah from Rome and my 29 inch nimbus does not
fit. I must take a trip to California and need my unicycle. Does anyone
know a company that sells a case/bag for my unicycle? Please dont say
UDC, that bags/case is too big.

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Post by flye » Fri, 22 Aug 2008 08:31:36

the largest mygpack I think would work. I have one for a freestyle and I
just checked it as baggage, nobody had any issue with it. I (perhaps
unwisely) didn't even take the pedals off!

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Post by Chrashin » Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:09:19

Why doesn't it fit? I used a Rome bag to take my 29" uni from NY to
Florida.  I had to let the air out of the tire, and it fit. I like the
Rome bag.

It is a snug fit. I found putting a cargo strap around the tire helped
keep the tire compressed while putting the wheel in the bag. Once in
the bag the strap is not necessary, mine would loosen itself up.

The strap I use is something like this one, mine isn't ratchet, more of
pinch tighten. Think I got mine at Kmart for ~6 dollars.
http://tinyurl.com/6fbvg7

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Post by johnfos » Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:57:05

We can make custom bags to order. We've got a commercial sewing machine
(goes through heavy nylon webbing material) and a woman who's a genius
at making anything with fabrics. So far we've just made the one large
Coker bag for me, but we can make whatever you need. Pricing will
depend on materials and turn-around probably won't be fast as we'll
have to research the materials and go over bag design with you to come
up with a price. Ballpark: Handmade in America. Not cheap.  :)   I need
to get some pictures of my big bag and post some information for
starters...

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