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Evoc Bike Cover



A neat, quick solution for bunging a bike in the car or hotel room but for transport there are cheaper options

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The Evoc Bike Cover offers a range of solutions for bike travel and storage. It's perfect for keeping hotel rooms clean right down to fitting into the back of your car or onto a train, and it's packable too, but I can't help thinking it's a little bit jack of all trades, master of none.

  • Pros: Plenty of packing options
  • Cons: Not the easiest to pack, not the most comfortable to carry

The Evoc's easiest and best attributes is its ability to take a complete bike, ideal for quickly storing a dirty bike in the home or keeping a hotel receptionist's nerves calm when you ask to take it to your room.

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To do this, you literally drop the bike into the bag and do the zips up, job done. You get a padded shoulder strap to carry it as well.


The second option is to drop the front wheel out and turn the bar. This keeps the length shorter if you have a small car or limited storage space. The bag has internal sleeves for the wheels, plus a pocket for pedals, quick releases, thru-axles and so on.


For robustness, the Evoc comes with a small panel that can be stuck under the fork dropouts using Velcro, so when you lift it the small cross-sectional area of the dropouts don't poke though the bag.


The third option is to take both wheels out, drop the saddle and remove the handlebar from the stem. Both ends of the bag can then be folded in to reduce the overall size, and it makes for quite a compact package.


With the bag being really flexible, though, it can be a faff to fit as you try to hold it upright while trying to drop the bike in.


There is no padding at all in the bag, so apart from not being any use for airline trips, it isn't the most comfortable to carry about. There are no wheels to drag it along so it's always going to be resting against your body as you move it around, which with a bike frame digging into you, can become a little tedious.


My main issue with the Evoc, though, is its price. We've reviewed the B'Twin 1-Bike Transport Cover in the past and although it doesn't offer all of the options of the Evoc, it'll take a bike with the wheels out and packed away for just £49.99 (it's gone up a tenner since the review).

Another option is the Tifosi Lightweight Bike Bag for £45.99. Again, it's a bag that requires you to take the wheels off the bike, but it looks to be great value against the Evoc's £114.95.

Yes, the Evoc Bike Cover allows you to drag a complete bike into a hotel room or car, but so does its Bike Rug for nearly half the price.

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On the whole, I can see the Evoc being a good storage solution but for travelling there are many others out there that'll do the same job for a lot less money.


A neat, quick solution for bunging a bike in the car or hotel room but for transport there are cheaper options test report

Make and model: Evoc Bike Cover

Size tested: 190 x 75 x 25cm

Tell us what the product is for

Evoc says, "The EVOC BIKE COVER is the number one transport bag for your bike. It's multifunctional and foldable, and protects your bicycle as well as the surrounding area from the dirt marks of your last tour. (And it's also perfect for any kind of bike storage)."

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360 l, 2200 g, 190 x 75 x 25 cm

Fits: road bike, triathlon bike, XC-, FR-, downhill, 29'' bike

Wheel compartments

3 packing options

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Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its designed purpose

It offers a decent amount of storage solutions, but for travel there are better, cheaper options.

Tell us what you particularly liked about the product

Being able to accommodate a whole bike.

Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product

Pricey against other bags.

Did you enjoy using the product? It had its benefits.

Would you consider buying the product? No

Would you recommend the product to a friend? No

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The Evoc Bike Bag has plenty of versatility when it comes to storage, but for travel there are much cheaper options on the market like those I've mentioned in the review. It's not bad, so 6 overall seems right.

Overall rating: 6/10

About the tester

Age: 39  Height: 180cm  Weight: 76kg

I usually ride: This month's test bike  My best bike is:

I've been riding for: 10-20 years  I ride: Every day  I would class myself as: Expert

I regularly do the following types of riding: time trialling, commuting, club rides, sportives, fixed/singlespeed

As part of the tech team here at F-At Digital, senior product reviewer Stu spends the majority of his time writing in-depth reviews for, and ebiketips using the knowledge gained from testing over 1,500 pieces of kit (plus 100's of bikes) since starting out as a freelancer back in 2009. After first throwing his leg over a race bike back in 2000, Stu's ridden more than 170,000 miles on road, time-trial, track, and gravel bikes, and while he's put his racing days behind him, he still likes to smash the pedals rather than take things easy. With a background in design and engineering, he has an obsession with how things are developed and manufactured, has a borderline fetish for handbuilt metal frames and finds a rim braked road bike very aesthetically pleasing!

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