I’ve been promoting folding bikes for over a decade. Folding bikes are just so darned handy. I was so enamored with them that I designed my own series of folding bicycles under the name Downtube. If you've never tried a folding bike I urge you to give it a shot. Folding bikes are fun, and they are easy to open and fold.
Also folding bikes can go almost anywhere you go. There are some restrictions though. Folding bikes or any bikes for that matter are not allowed into banks, restaurants, libraries, and government buildings. I'm sure there must be other locations that frown on lugging a bicycle into their premises, but I don’t know who they are. However, I can tell you that there is an easy way around these restrictions - cover the bike. A bike in a carry bay suddenly becomes luggage. Once you cover your folding bike with a bag, it can go anywhere. Our specially designed carry bag is the perfect solution since you can carry it anywhere by strapping it to the saddle while you are riding, and when you get to your destination it unfolds into a huge bag that gobbles up the bike. No one will know that you have a transportation solution in your bag. You'll be able to take your bike to restaurants, buses, trains, and libraries with no problem. A Downtube carry bag also provides an excellent shelter for boaters who need to keep their bikes protected from the elements. Water and salt spray can be killers to metal surfaces and oiled parts.
Our bag uses the thickest most pliable material on the market, It’s weather-proof and comes with a tough, top quality zipper, and an thick easy to use shoulder strap that makes carrying your folding bike a breeze.
Other bike bags on the market can cost you a small fortune. The bicycle industry norm for a bike bag is $100+. Not so with a Downtube bicycle bag. We are proud to bring our world renowned value at low prices to the bike bag market. As an introductory offer our bags will cost only $49. We can’t maintain this price for long so, this is a limited time offer. Buy now.
Easy to Use
The Downtube carry bag is tiny when it's folded, so it can be transported easily. The most efficient way to use our carry bag is to fold your bike, put the bag over top of it and then flip it and zip it. Please don't try to lift your bike into our carry bag, or any carry bag for that matter –it just doesn't work so well.
Water resistant fabric
Removable shoulder strap
Top handgrip to provide additional carry options
Base protected by rubber feet
Dimension when open 80cm x 31cm x 70cm
Dimension when folded 32cm x 23cm x 11cm
Weight 4lbs ( one of the thickest and heaviest carrybags )
Long life (quality materials mean less damage and more years of service)
A little bit heavy but strong enough to carry miniB.
John WuenschNov 18th 2017
Perfect fit for my bike!
Paul EngNov 18th 2017
Smartly designed bag
It's a smartly designed bag that turns inside out and unfolds large enough to fit any Downtube be bike easily without much struggle. And looks and feels very sturdy. Awesome bag.
Laurie RitchieSep 20th 2017
Folding bicycle carry bag
We have bought two of these - they work well for our purpose. It fits well and the bag is durable and fits well for the 8H and 11H bikes and folds into a small pouch. The only down side is the lack of pockets to store small things like Alan wrenches when the bag is opened up.
Anatolijus JukeviciusAug 30th 2017
It is an OK bag, love the feature of being able to fold it into a small package size, packing/unpacking bike from this bag is quite simple and hassle free (if doing it the way Yan described in a video - bike is on the ground and putting the bag over the bike like cover). One thing that I do not like about the bag is that when my bike is packed in it - packed bike looks bulkier that it actually is. The reason why it is so - because the bag is universal for all Downtube foldable bikes and is a little bit bigger for my particular bike model (9FS) than it needs to be. I guess, if they designed separate bag for each bike model - bikes would fit into their bags much better, but bag's price would be much higher. Other than that - this is a good bag, durable material, so far no problems with zippers, a good and not too pricey way to store your bike so that it gets protection from dust and dirt.