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    Wheel Bag

    Shopping for wheel bags. My wife and son are getting new wheels for Christmas and I wanted to get a wheel bag to go along with them. Primary use would be for transporting wheels in the car without getting road grime and grease on the upholstery. The ones I have found so far are:

    Mavic Wheel Bag
    Campagnolo Wheel Bag
    USPS Double Wheel Bag

    Any experience with these or others you would recommend?

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    Performance has their wheel bag on sale for $10 right now. I have no experience with it though.

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    I have Mavic and Campy bags.

    The Campy has a little padding where the axles are located on the sides and a pocket at the top for the skewer, otherwise they are pretty much the same. Bought them all off ebay. Nashbar and Performance also have bags, but I haven't used those.

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    I like the Campy bags, but the Mavic's, etc would probably do the job as well.
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    Scicon Double Wheel Bag

    I have a Scicon double wheel bag that is very nice, as nice as my Campagnolo wheel bags at a much cheaper price.

    www.scicon.it

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    I use some $10 bags from Nashbar. They work great. The fabric is durable and the center section is reinforced where your skewer or hub would be rubbing. The zipper is heavy duty and there is a pocket inside if you want to take your skewer off the wheel. These bags are not sturdy enough for air shipping, but work great in my car.

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    Read your mail

    Jr., I've pm'd you on this topic. Check your mail.

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