EVOC Sports acquires TranZbag.
TranZbag.com announces with TranZbag AIR the entry into the highly competitive market of air transport bags for bikes.
TranZbag obtains full acceptance of all major rail systems in Europe. Packed in a TranZbag, bicycle transport throughout Europe is possible free of charge.
Online platforms such as www.bike-components.de or www.bike-mailorder.de are sell more and more TranZbag products.
World record. With the compact and lightweight racing bike transport bag TranZbag ROAD TranZbag.com sets new standards for foldable racing bike transport bags: Lightest transport bag in the world. The TranZbag ROAD can be folded and transported in the jersey’s back pocket.
Launch of the new online platform www.tranzbag.com as an international direct sales platform.
The TranZbag.com brand becomes known worldwide as a brand for bicycle transport logistics through articles in international publications. BBC Radio reports about the world novelty TranZbag ROAD.
TranZbag.com expands its range with the light bike transport bag TranZbag PRO. From now on, tour bikers will have their transport bags with them in their backpacks.
TranZbag.com professionalizes distribution in Switzerland. Specialist trade is supplied by Intercycle AG www.intercycle.com .
TranZbag is described by various bicycle magazines as one of the most interesting inventions.
The SBB shop www.sbbshop.ch adds the TranZbag products to its range of products.
The SBB/CFF becomes official TranZbag partner. The SBB see TranZbag as an addition to their bicycle transport vectors www.sbb.ch. Forwarding of the bicycle via luggage counter / self-service loading of bicycles – GA travel card or day ticket / Packed in TranZbag.
TranZbag is launched in Switzerland. The world’s first standard foldable bicycle transport bag is unrivalled in its design for three years. The media write: «Nobody has ever thought about turning a bicycle into a free piece of luggage».
Foundation and launch of the TranZbag.com brand as TranZbag.ch in 1996. The MOVE magazine publisher Bendicht Luginbühl and his colleague Tom Haltmeier develop the world’s first prototype of a standard foldable bicycle transport bag.