Coker bags

Greetings

In message “Coker bags”, jugglerjoe@webtv.net wrote…
>Hey all, Has anyone ever thought about constructing a bag big enough to ship a
>Coker on a plane? Any ideas? Any suggestions would be really helpful. My
>mother said she could probably make it I just don’t know exactly how or if it
>could be done. Thanks in advance. Bye.

I used a bike bag for Unicon X, and it was just perfect.

>Aj
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Hey all, Has anyone ever thought about constructing a bag big enough to ship a
Coker on a plane? Any ideas? Any suggestions would be really helpful. My mother
said she could probably make it I just don’t know exactly how or if it could be
done. Thanks in advance. Bye.

Aj

Re: Coker bags

Cardboard bike boxes get tossed from bike shops regularly and work great for
traveling. The boxes used to ship Cannondales are made better than any others I
have seen and are wider allowing space for padding.

Re: Coker bags

Bike bags are about right for a Coker, this is what I took to Beijing. In fact
for the long hall the bag had 2 cokers in it although that made it a little bit
thick. (it also had 2 carbon frames and 3 wheels but that is incidental compared
with the Cokers).

Roger

 The UK's Unicycle Source <a href="http://www.unicycle.uk.com/">http://www.unicycle.uk.com/</a>

----- Original Message ----- From: <jugglerjoe@webtv.net> To:
<unicycling@winternet.com> Sent: Friday, August 18, 2000 6:57 PM Subject:
Coker bags

> Hey all, Has anyone ever thought about constructing a bag big enough to ship a
> Coker on a plane? Any ideas? Any suggestions would be really helpful. My
> mother said she could probably make it I just don’t know exactly how or if it
> could be done. Thanks in advance. Bye.
>
> Aj