I have been working together with Evoc since early 2011. That’s the year I got my first Evoc bike travel bag. Fast forward four years, and the same bag is still holding up perfectly. But, when Evoc recently released a new refined and lighter bike travel bag (Pro version), I had to try it.
Now all I wanna do is to go travelling with my Evoc stuff. Along with the new bike travel bag, I got a few other awesome pieces of quality gear. The new Rover Trolley, a Two Wheel Bag and some other stuff. It all adds up to a pretty big collection of bags, all of them still in perfect shape. None of them are torn apart or severely damaged. Just the usual wear you can expect from travelling by airplane and frequent use.
I haven’t unboxed the bike travel bag yet. Limited space in our flat, so I just need to sort that out first:
The Evoc Rover Trolley. 80 L volume and plenty of smart solutions:
This week started totally fantastic, but ended the worst way. At Tuesday I was riding in shorts, and both Monday and Wednesday we had some great natural trials session. But, when I woke up yesterday morning, it was 30 cm of snow outside. It has melted a lot already, unfortunately not enough for riding. So I had to reschedule my workouts, and go indoor. A bit bummed, as the riding is great at the moment. Hopefully it melts away over the weekend.
Pretty happy with this shot, as it was unintentional. Blurry and abstract, just as my mind is when I can’t go riding. Setting up the phone for some video analysis of my deadlift technique, accidentally hitting the shutter button. Haha:
Erik, the bikes and my Evoc backpack enjoying some natural riding before the snow: