Our system works in real-time with accurate availability for your chosen dates. So just select the required box(s) and punch in your dates.
Pay using a card. Once we've processed and charged your card, your booking is confirmed.
Boxes are collected at the booked time (not before) from the self-service lockers using the access code we will send you via email. Make sure to add ObscureMyEmail to your safe sender's list so it doesn't get spammed.
Lockers can be accessed during centre opening times check here for details.
Before the return date we'll send you access codes, use these to return your box to the specified locker. Make sure to take photos to prove the box is damage free, or to detail any damage.
Late return? Notify us ASAP.
If you were happy with your box and it helped keep your bike safe, tell your friends about our service.
If things didn't go too well, tell us!
Your box WILL NOT be available until the collection time you specify in your booking.
If you booked to pick up your box at 2pm, you will not get the access code until 2pm. You can collect it any time after the specified time, BUT NOT BEFORE!
To ensure any damage claim goes smoothly, take plenty of photos before handing over your bike and bike box at check-in and make sure the images get dated.
If your bike and/or bike box has sustained any damage while in the care of the airport, it's vital you report it BEFORE leaving the baggage reclaim area. Failure to do so may invalidate any subsequent claim.
You're hiring, not buying, so it makes sense to get the best, so hire one of our Bonza Bike Boxes!
Designed to withstand pretty much everything an airline can throw at it, these boxes normally cost £500, but you can hire one for a fraction of the price.
The Bonza Bike Box 2 is a strong and rigid bike travel case designed to protect your bike when traveling abroad. Made from HDPE (High-density polyethylene) anti-impact material, this box offers a high level of protection far superior to that of other hard cases on the market using traditional ABS plastic. The main difference being that unlike ABS, this box will not crack under impact due to its more malleable, less brittle construction.
Featuring high-quality internal foam padding and velcro retention straps, you can be assured that your bike will not be damaged on the inside either. The lockable catches are incredibly strong, keeping your bike safe and secure, with the ability to lock each down. While the easy-glide wheels make navigating through a busy airport a breeze.
Despite the already tough construction, Bonza have developed an anti-crush technology in the form of two support struts. These act as a backup should the case sustain a large side load impact, preventing the bike from being crushed even if the HDPE outer casing fails.
The Bonza Bike Box is built to accommodate most makes, models and sizes of bike, this case is extremely versatile, whilst still conforming to all the latest airline baggage handling restrictions.
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