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The Pedros Tire Lever 2-Pack gives you plenty of leverage to change burly DH and freeride tires, so you don’t have to worry about breaking a half-dozen flimsy levers in the process. Have you ever thought, “What I need is a something with a lot more clout to get the job done?” Well, Pedros provides. One for the garage, one for your pack.

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Sturdy

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Awesome tire levers - they're brightly colored, so lest they somehow become sucked into the abyss of my commuter bag, I can easily find them. Super sturdy material and fairly dummy proof. Fits perfectly in my Fi'zi:k saddle bag.

Seemingly Indestructible

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As someone who tends to break tire levers, almost every time I use them, finding these was like finding the holy grail. Considering I've used these 10+ times without them breaking, I can say they are the sturdiest tire levers I have ever had. Simple design, dependable when you need them most, and bright colors to help you spot them in your pack makes these the best levers on the market.

Best tire levers on the market!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My title says it all. I have had so many different types of levers, different materials, sizes, you name it, I've tried it. These levers have such a burly quality, just the right thickness, you dont have to worry about scratching or damaging your carbon rims when you slide it across the rim to undo the tire. I have 7 pairs of these. One for each bike, on my shop stand, in my car, and an extra if one gets lost or damaged.

I use these literally everyday

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am a bike mechanic here in the backcountry retail store and these are the tire levers I use on every tire I take off. Wouldn't use anything else. I haven't bent one and I haven't broken one.

Seriously the best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Either you've been biking way too long or you're a picky son-of-a if you have a go-to tire lever. These are hands down the best levers available. I have tons of other levers that I've gotten and they either get passed off to friends or thrown into a tool box. If I'm ever going to mess with a tire, I go for these levers because I know they will not slip or break when trying to wrestle the tights tire beads on or off a stubborn rim. Once you try them you won't go back to anything else, trust me.

Passes the ultimate test...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Getting tubeless road tires on to the rim with no problems, no marring of the bead or brake track, and no swearing. I always keep a pair with me on the bike and in the toolbox. $5 to save your fingers and some aggravation? Yes, please.

Simply the Best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Out of all the tire levers I have used these are by far my favorite. When I worked in a bike shop these were the go to levers. Easy to use. Inexpensive. Don't think I ever had one break on me, and I changed a lot of tires. I always keep them in my riding pack. They may take up a little more space than some levers, but it is well worth it to know that you can count on them. A great tool for any cyclist.

Best levers around.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Without going to a metal pair, these are the best tire levers around. Fun colors, strong/ wide plastic, and a little flex to avoid killing your tires or rims.

Pedro's Tire Lever - usefull and lightweight

    Pedro's Tire Lever is a great choice if you want something lightweight that does the job. They are helpful in getting the tire on and off the rim and won't take up too much room in your pack. The small magnets in each one help keep 'em together so you won't have to go searching through your stuff to find the other one. Gets the job done.

    Strong and Get the job done

      These are great for those of us who are constantly breaking tire levers. They're super strong. On the other hand, they're a little bulky to sneak in the pocket while riding but work great for around the shop/home/garage or where ever you overhaul your ride. Also, I don't think I'll ever lose these suckers cause they're a nice bright color. I think Pedros has done a great job addressing the two main reason we need new levers - we've either lost them or broken them. These are a great little buy.