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Old 10-17-17, 10:13 PM
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Originally Posted by deepakvrao View Post
Thanks. Another question. In a given sized orucase, if I remove the crank, will it help a bike fit easier?
no.

Originally Posted by mike868y View Post
another benefit of the smaller no fee bags is the backpack straps (i'm assuming they all have these?) which makes getting around airports/your destination city infinitely easier than lugging a giant bike bag around. i don't really fly enough to justify one but if i had to buy another bike bag it would definitely be one of those.
Orucase has them; Gavi BFF does not.

Each has pros and cons.

One problem with the backpack straps is there is no way to tuck them in. They can snag on an airline conveyer belt. Hasn't happened to me, but I've seen it happen with other luggage.
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