Created for globetrotters who travel with their bicycles on planes, trains or buses.
Travelling with a bicycle has never been this simple. The Helium is light, easy to carry and its revolutionary inflatable padding offers unrivalled protection. Thanks to its minimal dimensions, it fits easily in the boot of even the smallest cars.
No detail has been missed. The Helium bike case has special compartments for an extra wheelset and also for stowing your helmet, shoes and other essentials. Developed with the input of pro cyclists, whose lives involve frequent air travel with bikes, The Helium is simply the best bike case on the market today. The Helium case is light, offers unsurpassed protections against impacts and allows you to pack your bike with only minor disassembly and without changing the adjustment of its components.
Once you've packed your bike and accessories, you simply fill the case's innovative inflatable protection partitions. It's as easy a pumping up a tyre. A conveniently located opening on the side of the case allows easy access to the inflation valve. When you are done and ready to go, simply return the pump into the storage compartment, and hit the road.
The Helium can carry a road bike as large as a 64cm or a full-suspension freeride mountain bike. Lightweight, flexible, robust, easy to carry and handle, this case has all the qualities a traveller could wish for. Furthermore, packing a bike in an Helium case is quick and easy
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1. Can you fit 15mm and 20mm front axles to the fork mount? Also 142, 150, 160mm rear axles?
Yes you can but you need to purchase an adapter. Thule and Yakima do them. For the rear you can just slide out the QR and replace with thru axle.
2. How do MTBs fit in the bag, DH bikes for example?
Depending upon the size of the bike you may have to decompress and reverse the fork. The case isn't ideal to fit a DH bike, however a trick is to swap the fork for an old road fork where you lay the suspension on the base of the case.
3. The area around rear mech hanger looks a little vulnerable? The area where seatpost is looks vulnerable.
Once the case is closed this area is protected by the air bag. This is the same for the top tube. The air bags are higher than the top of the bike, the straps on the outside are used to close the airbags around the frame. Its look vulnerable however never has a bike damaged during transport.