Organization is key to being prepared and having success. It’s no shock that there is a very select few riders on a mountain bike or motorcycle that can just show up and have their bike and spares ready on a training or race day. I have always been one of those riders who try’s to emulate what the factory teams do to help their program run smooth and its stuff like this that really spereates privateers and the organization of the top teams. When you go to the track and you put in the hard work and you get a flat or blow out a rim and it ruins the rest of the day it can really take some motivation away. I have always tried my best to have spare wheels in my van so if that situation came up my day wasn’t cut short.
With that being said those spare wheels are hard to get organized in a van or trailer when you don’t have the space to have a overhead rack. I stumbled upon Blake Green’s Instagram page about a year ago where he had his wheels in a set of 29er Evoc mtb bags. I couldn’t believe that moto wheels could fit in a set of mtb wheel bags so I messaged Blake and he conformed that they did. I immediately ordered some 29er evoc bags and have been using them for about 6 months to transport my spare moto wheels.