What Are Integrated Cockpits? – The term ‘integrated cockpit’ refers to a system that incorporates your cabling ‘inside’ the frame from your handlebars right to your rear axle, providing a totally streamlined look. The pros and cons of integrated cockpits can be debated another day but if you do have one and plan to travel with your bike then one thing you will need is a bike box big enough to take your bike without dismantling your integrated cockpit.
Introducing the Triathlon Aero Easyfit from Bike Box Alan. The latest addition to the range, the Triathlon Aero Easyfit is the biggest bike box available anywhere and takes all triathlon and road bikes. There’s even plenty of space for wet suits, shoes and kit too! If you own a triathlon bike or the latest generation of aero road bikes with or without hydraulic disc brakes, generally all you need to remove are the wheels and pedals.*
So, if the TT handlebar or Road handlebar assembly can’t be dismantled. Or if you simply want the absolute minimum of component removal this is the box for you.
Precious handlebar and seat settings can remain, even hydration systems can generally stay in place and packing can be achieved in as little as 5 minutes.
The Triathlon Aero Easyfit is also designed for regular road bikes, the larger ENDURO mountain bikes, gravel, and cyclocross bikes, and some types of Touring bikes**
* Some Large/ X Large frames may need some minor component removal. Some types of pedals may need one or both removing.
** Some Touring Bikes may fit (providing that mud guards and luggage racks are removed) and the bike is of standard road bike configuration, with 27 inch wheels. If in doubt please contact us.
Below is a small snippet of what Road.cc think about the Triathlon Aero Easyfit from Bike Box Alan.