Packing your Bike into a BikeBoxAlan Bike Box

You will be amazed at the time the Bikebox takes to pack in comparison to soft bike bags. You don’t have to dismantle your bike as much and you don’t have to spend time with ‘fiddly’ packaging materials (instructions are included in the box).


  • Remove pedals.
  • Deflate wheels completely and fix into lid of Bikebox using wheel skewers.
  • Remove seat pillar and release shock pressure (where applicable).
  • Remove handlebar stem.
  • Secure frame into Bikebox (Chain set adjacent to hinge and chain set facing away from you).

Having the bike professionally secured within the box plays a significant role in keeping the bike and its components free from damage; our competitors generally ignore this fact relying on the rider to hopefully wrap and protect his bike themselves.

Experience and painstaking development at Bikebox has generated a means of transporting your bike that no other manufacturer can match.


Ben Swift’s bike safely packed into his BikeBoxAlan.


29er XL Hard tail Mountain bike in a BikeBoxAlan. Thanks to Bam Bam, Alan’s 6’3″ mountain biking mate for the loan of his bike.
img_104126″ medium size full suspension cross country mountain bike (intermediate foam layer left out for demonstration purposes).


Medium size 26b mountain bike. Tyres removed. Wheels go in the wheel indents in the lid of the box.

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