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magictim
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I found these heavy duty rolling bags called the zuca sport. http://zuca.com/store/10001/10024/Solid-Inserts
The bag isn't the largest, but the frame is strong enough to sit/stand on, as well as strap other bags or my folding table to. The sport version has a double set of wheels to help it go up stairs and curbs. I don't know if anyone is using these or something similar to move your rigs around.
They are having a design contest that I entered with a playing card theme. http://www.zuca.com/control/contest?contestId=10000 My design is #13, "Royal Flush." If it wins they will add it to their designs available to purchase. Whether it wins or not, I think I'm going to get one to try it out to move my table, juggling, and balloon set up around when I work festivals and fairs.
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Seen these. Young girl figure skaters use them.

They warn absolutely not to stand on it because it's wheels will cause it to probably fly out from under you.

And at almost $200 per unit......I think I'll stick with my suitcase with wheels which works fine.

Nelson
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I use one along with the business backpack by Zuca. The pack slips onto the handle of the rolling bag and makes a great place for my set of linking rings. It also has lots of handy places to stash a lot of tricks. Good luck with the design contest - I just gave it a "Love It"
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I met a street performer in Toronto a couple of years back who uses one. They are very well made and sturdy. Lots of pockets and compartments.

And as Nelson says, "Don't stand on them."
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On Apr 9, 2014, Quentin wrote:
I met a street performer in Toronto a couple of years back who uses one.


Hmmmm....might be the same chap I saw with one. He was in Koln, Germany but said he also lived in Canada, did festivals there. Do you remember if he was any good???

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I saw the set up BenJammin69 uses in person. I was very impressed. Nelson, you are definitely right about not standing on them. It has a smaller footprint than I had imagined, but still being able to use it as a seat and stack other bags or gear on it is a plus.
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