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How do you pack a bugaboo travel bag? It does not seem to fit with the wheels on?

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You can find detailed instructions on at www.bugaboo.com/userguides but short the answer is yes the back wheels have to come off to fit in the bag. There's a simple wire spring you compress with your fingers where the stub axel fits into the frame.

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