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Tubes from a kick-ass tire company in the Netherlands.

Vredestein is Dutch for, ‘on your left’—at least that’s what the company claims. Just make sure you understand that puncture-resistant Vredestein Butyl Tubes are light and sleek and ready to drop the peloton like a bad habit.

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What I meant to ask is - do these have...

What I meant to ask is - do these have removable valve core's?

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YES, the valve core is easily removable!

Do these tubes have removable valve...

Do these tubes have removable valve stems?

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YES, the valve core is easily removable!

What is the best pressure front & rearfor...

What is the best pressure front & rearfor a 195lb rider?

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That's a very personal question! I'd say it's up to you. You'll have to try out different pressures and see what works best for you because it depends on whether you prefer a softer, more pliable ride, or a stiffer, more harsh ride.

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At 190lbs in the rear I always ran
100 - 110 for a clincher tire between 24 - 25mm
110 - 120 for a clinchers 23mm and under
For tubular I run the same pressure.

any idea on the weight?

any idea on the weight?

5 5

Haven't had a flat yet.

They help my wheels go round and round. I have not had a flat yet. I ride on mostly flat roads with little to no damage. Most riding has been in areas with little to no loose gravel, pot holes, curbs, and other road hazards.

How do you pump the inner tube up

How do you pump the inner tube up

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You just need a bike valve that is presta compatible or a valve converter that screws on, turning your presta to a shrader (car valve). Then its all elbow grease till you get that desired pressure.