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Will bike fit in big samsonite bags?

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Hi.

I might have to move to Europe and want to bring my bikes. (Yz125 and yz250)

Have anyone tried to fit a bike in bags? (Disassembled of course).

I heard of some crazy swede who brought the bike on an airplane in 3 bags. Not sure if it is true. But bikes are expensive in Europe.

If someone asks it is just motorcycle parts.

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You would probably have to freight it to Europe.  The bikes disassembled and crated would cost quite a bit, but you'd probably save money to do that rather than sell them here and buy in Europe. 

 

But one question--why keep the 125 if you got a 250??  Haha just my opinion, just a question :thumbsup:

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I am very good at Tetris :)

Honestly I don't own the 250 yet but I have the 125. Plan is to have 2 bikes. I don't have any friends that ride (i know sad), so the extra bike is to get friends riding.

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I am very good at Tetris :)

Honestly I don't own the 250 yet but I have the 125. Plan is to have 2 bikes. I don't have any friends that ride (i know sad), so the extra bike is to get friends riding.

 

I have extra bikes so friends can ride with me also, good insurance policy

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Somewhere here an TT there is a tread - How to fit a WR 450 in your mail box

 

pretty good reading - mail it to yourself?

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Somewhere here an TT there is a tread - How to fit a WR 450 in your mail box

pretty good reading - mail it to yourself?

Wonderful topic!

My company will pay for some space in a container. Bicycles seems ok but not motorbikes. So I need to pack everything in boxes and label them "aunt Anne's silverware".

Or maybe remove the engine and claim it is a bicycle :)

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Wonderful topic!

My company will pay for some space in a container. Bicycles seems ok but not motorbikes. So I need to pack everything in boxes and label them "aunt Anne's silverware".

Or maybe remove the engine and claim it is a bicycle :)

 

 

In most cases, all that is required is that you make sure there is no trace of gasoline or oil left in the engine or tank.

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Slippy, swammy, slappy... Samsonite! I was way off!

Haha

Ktms are from Austria?

Throw another shrimp on the barby!

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