Fly your bike

Our Boxes are lightweight cases for your bicycle made of sustainable aluminum, 100% recyclable, with class-leading strength to fly your bike to cycling event



You’ve trained six months for this event and have a small fortune’s worth of bike to put on a plane… we’ve been there, worried about that.

Our experience with the sport and as travel professionals has given us insight into the exacting requirements of international athletes. Add our engineering expertise and you get a highly innovative range of bicycle cases that offer the very best in terms of optimal strength, weight, versatility, security and ease of use.

From the blog

Solution to the Trek Madone challenge!

The Trek Madone is a very popular bike amongst our customers, or should I say would-be customers... The trend for evermore integrated cockpits and demands for aero characteristics make it the most challenging bike to travel with.  Restricted fork rotation means that...

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Custom Ventouxs

In the past couple if weeks we have built three special versions of our Ventoux box, one for a customer who wanted to carry four wheels and two to carry a Trek Madone, the hardest bike to pack by some distance (more on that in a future post!). We've always had the...

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Custom powder-coating

The ability to have our boxes powder-coated from a range of 165 colours is becoming a very popular option - 20% of customers are choosing this. Why? To match club/team livery, a bike colour or simply making the box easy to spot at the airport. The finish adds a few...

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Pretty in green

  This just back from paint - one lucky customer will soon be receiving a very green box! These custom colour boxes now account for over 15% of our shipments - it's a tough, durable powder-coat finish applied over a part-assembled shell, prior to assembly of...

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Delivery Worldwide




I’ve used many other boxes but this surpasses them by far. They thought of everything and top of the list is style and function. You couldn’t want more. – Xterra World Champs Competitor
Mike Watson