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Set of 2 Aerolite Ryanair Maximum Allowance Flight Bag Backpack Rucksack Carry On Hand Cabin Luggage 55x40x20 40 Litre – Also fits Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 and More (Black)

Set of 2 Aerolite Ryanair Maximum Allowance Flight Bag Backpack Rucksack Carry On Hand Cabin Luggage 55x40x20 40 Litre - Also fits Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 and More (Black)

  • Size: 55X40X20CM – Maximise your Ryanair Cabin Luggage Allowance & Pack the Maximum / Weight: 0.7kg / Capacity:40L
  • Approved for Ryanair, EasyJet, British Airways and many more.
  • Comfortable Lightweight material with adjustable padded shoulder straps and side compression straps for increased comfort.
  • 3 External Zipped Pockets – 2 internal zipped mesh compartments and 3 pouches to organise essential items, such as Passports, Boarding Passes & Magazines
  • 2 year warranty for your peace of mind

Set of 2 Aerolite Max backpacks. Designed to fit into Ryanair 55x40x20 free carry on allowance!

Expect quality and convenience from the Aerolite brand. This bag has padded shoulder straps for increased comfort. Keep your hands free as you travel around the airport, whilst still utilising your maximum cabin allowance. Aerolite Max is lightweight and full of inside compartments to store essential items – passport, flight tickets, money, chargers, and phone. Aerolite Max backpack maximises your cabin luggage allowance with an impressive capacity of 40L within a compact 55x40x20cm frame. Aerolite provides a quality travel backpack designed to suit your travel needs. The spacious carry on keeps is the perfect companion for trips away.

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Aerolite Ryanair Maximum Cabin Allowance Super Travel Carry On Cabin Hand Luggage Spinner Suitcase 55x40x20cm with 8 Wheels, Approved for Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 (21″, Black) Discount Offer

Aerolite Ryanair Maximum Cabin Allowance Super Travel Carry On Cabin Hand Luggage Spinner Suitcase 55x40x20cm with 8 Wheels, Approved for Easyjet, British Airways, Jet2 (21

  • MAXIMUM CABIN ALLOWANCE SIZE: Pack the max for your flight. Approved for Ryanair, Easyjet, British Airways & Many More!
  • Dimensions: 55x40x20cm (All Parts) / 47.5x40x20cm (Body), Capacity: 38L, Weight: 2.2kg
  • Large Front-Zip Pocket and Smaller Top Pocket for Quick Access to Essentials
  • 4 Dual-Spinner Wheels for Additional Stability + Retractable Handle
  • Includes 3-Digit Combination Barrel Padlock + 10 Year Guarantee

This suitcase is exactly 55x40x20cm to allow you to pack the maximum possible allowance for some of the UK’s most popular airlines, including Ryanair, Easyjet and British Airways (Please check online for other airlines)

Made from high-quality, rip-resistant polyester fabric, the case is hardwearing and designed to stand up to the rigours of modern transportation.

This spinner suitcase features four dual-spinner wheels (8 wheels in total). Not only does this provide 360 degree manoeuvrability, but by doubling the number of wheels, the load is distributed across a greater surface area, providing greater stability and reliability compared to standard four wheel cases.

The front of the case features a larger lower front zipped pocket for additional storage, as well as a smaller top zipped pocket for your convenience items, such as passports, tickets, books and refreshments.

Inside the case, you’ll find an attractive branded interior lining, with multiple compartments to store key items and packing straps to hold your belongings in place. We also include a 3-digit combination barrel padlock for added security.

Plus, with a fantastic 10-year guarantee on all our Aerolite soft shell suitcases, you can buy with absolute confidence.

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Nine riders to watch at the Eneco Tour

Peter Sagan, Greg Van Avermaet, Geraint Thomas… the 2016 Eneco Tour boasts an impressive start list, but who will win?

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Eneco Tour

The penultimate race in the 2016 UCI WorldTour1 calendar kicks off on Monday: the Eneco Tour2 (September 18-25). The eight-stage race is hosted by the Netherlands and Belgium and features flat stages, hilly stages, a team time trial and an individual time trial. A host of top names will be taking part this year, as the race has shifted from its usual August date into September due to the Olympic Games3. It is ideally placed to offer top-level racing for those wishing to sharpen their form before the 2016 UCI Road World Championships4 in Doha, Qatar, in October, as well as gain some valuable WorldTour points.

Here we take a look at some of the leading contenders

Peter Sagan, Tinkoff

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Peter Sagan. Photo: Graham Watson

Peter Sagan5 has to be considered a contender for almost every race he enters, even week-long stage races like the Eneco Tour. The world champion who remains within striking distance of Nairo Quintana s lead in the World Tour has never competed in the race before, but the combination of sprint stages, short time-time trial and finale based around the cobbled Muur van Geraardsbergen plays very well to his strengths.

Greg Van Avermaet, BMC

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Greg Van Avermaet. Photo: Graham Watson

The best season in Greg Van Avermaet6 s career got even better last week, when he followed up gold in the Olympics road race with a win at the GP de Montreal. The Belgian is one a very select few in the peloton whose all-round capabilities can be compared to Peter Sagan s, with whom he ll renew his rivalry

Geraint Thomas, Sky

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Geraint Thomas. Photo: Graham Watson

There aren t many riders better suited to the Eneco Tour s near unique blend of classic parcours and stage racing than Geraint Thomas7, and the Welshman ought to be able to mount a serious GC challenge. Sky also line up with Ian Stannard, who, fresh off his stage win in Cheshire at the Tour of Britain and sprinter Elia Viviani, who is one of several riders fine-tuning preparations for next month s World Championships.

>>> Geraint Thomas to lead Team Sky at Eneco Tour8

Tim Wellens, Lotto-Soudal

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Tim Wellens. Photo: Graham Watson

As overall winner in both 2015 and 2014, Tim Wellens will surely be more stringently marked than in those previous two editions, where he was able to slip away on a long-range attack on the penultimate stage. This year s equivalent stage has been toned down with less hills included, which may also hinder his chances to attack.

Niki Terpstra, Etixx-QuickStep

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Niki Terpstra. Photo: Yuzuru Sunada

From sprinters Marcel Kittel and Fernando Gaviria, classics specialists Zdenek Stybar and Tom Boonen and strong time-trialists Tony and Bob Jungels, Etixx-QuickStep have options for all the varying terrain the Eneco Tour has to offer. Perhaps their best for GC is former Paris-Roubaix winner Niki Terpstra, who finished third overall in 2012, and, despite a quiet Vuelta, could be on decent form having won the Dwars door het Hageland-Aarschot last month.

Tom Dumoulin, Giant Alpecin

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Tom Dumoulin. Photo: Graham Watson

Back in 2013, a 22-year old Tom Dumoulin9 hinted at what he was capable of in stage racing by finishing second overall at the Eneco Tour. Three years later, he s now most people s pick for best time-trialist in the world, a good enough climber to contest Grand Tours, and fully capable of going one better and winning the Eneco Tour this time around.

Fabio Felline, Trek-Segafredo

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Fabio Felline. Photo: Graham Watson

Unlike most other overall contenders, Fabio Felline enters the Eneco Tour with three weeks of hard racing in his legs from the Vuelta. Having ended that race strongly, the Italian who used his all-round talents to win the points classification might possess the extra stamina needed to better his fifth place overall finish last year.

Edvald Boasson Hagen, Dimension Data

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Edvald Boasson-Hagen. Photo: Graham Watson

A rejuvenated Edvald Boasson Hagen10 has been enjoying his best season since his peak years between 2009-2012, during which time he won a record-equalling two overall classification of the Eneco Tour. He s not going quite as well as earlier in the season, but still looks capable of competing for the overall.

Mark Cavendish, Dimension Data

Nine Riders To Watch At The Eneco Tour

Mark Cavendish. Photo: Andy Jones

Boasson Hagen will have to share leadership with Mark Cavendish11, who like many sprinters at this race, is using the flatter stages to help train for the upcoming Worlds in Doha. He ll face stiff competition, Andre Greipel (Lotto-Soudal), Alexander Kristoff (Katusha), Caleb Ewan (Orica-BikeExchange), John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin), Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis), as well as the Etixx-QuickStep duo of Kittel and Gaviria, are among those eying up the bunch sprints.

References

  1. ^ WorldTour (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  2. ^ Eneco Tour (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  3. ^ Olympic Games (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  4. ^ UCI Road World Championships (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  5. ^ Peter Sagan (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  6. ^ Greg Van Avermaet (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  7. ^ Geraint Thomas (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  8. ^ >>> Geraint Thomas to lead Team Sky at Eneco Tour (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  9. ^ Tom Dumoulin (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  10. ^ Edvald Boasson Hagen (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)
  11. ^ Mark Cavendish (www.cyclingweekly.co.uk)

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