The launches will be taking place at Whittlebury Hall later this month

Polaris to launch two new bike pods at Core Bike

Polaris is set to launch its two new bike pods at Core Bike this year.

Core Bike runs Sunday January 26th to 29th at Whittlebury Hall, Northants.

Polaris’ new Eva Pod Plus (pictured) is the current EVA Pod’s bigger brother. It is designed to take all wheel sizes (26-inch, 650b, 29er, 700c), has numerous pull handles for ease of use, built in high quality detachable padded wheel bags and the added security feature of a lock-friendly eyelet which allows you to lock and secure your bag and frame if for any reason you need to leave it unattended.

The Eva Pod Plus will also take XL bikes with extended seat posts, time trial and triathlon bikes.

In addition, Polaris also now has the Axial Pod.

This new development uses a combination of Polaris’ EVA Pod and Cargo Bag to protect bikes on their travels.

The new Axial Pod is big enough to take all Downhill Bikes and easily swallows 29ers but will fold down small enough to fit under a bed when not in use.

The EVA base with adjustable bottom bracket support protects the chain rings and the padded 600-denier upper gives protection to the frame and handlebars.

A large pocket inside holds a tool pouch in which can be stored, pedals, tools and the like whilst the larger pocket can be used to hold smaller items or smaller pieces of clothing.

Weight: 8.3kg, Dimensions: 1400mm x 860mm x 250mm.

For more information please contact ; +44(0)1246 291100 (ext 471)

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