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Continental Tubes - 27.5in

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    • Black, 27.5x1.75-2.5
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    Totally tubular.

    Contiental makes its tubes with tough Butyl rubber, which is known to hold air better than other compounds. These strong, lightweight tubes feature a 42mm Presta valve stem.

    • Butyl rubber
    • 42mm valve stem
    • Item #CON002M

    Tech Specs

    Size
    27.5 x 1.75 - 2.5 in Continental
    Valve Type
    presta
    Recommended Use
    bike maintenance

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I grab these to have in my pack on the trail. I ride with Tubeless wheels but its always nice to know if there are any problems i am covered, I have used several of these in the past and the hold up great . Inexpensive and necessary when riding out on a distant ride. Grab a bunch!

    Excellent Frame Decor

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    In 2017 not many folks ride with these heavy, fragile things in their tires. However, pretty much everyone has one either strapped to their frame or in bag in case of emergency. My favorite part about bike tubes is that they're one of the only bike parts you can just buy whenever you want without checking your bank account first. Makes me feel like a real baller.

    Can't beat it

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's rubber. It will leak or puncture if you ride over something sharp. For the most part it does exactly what it is supposed to do for the price. Great to have as a backup if you run tubeless, or hope your riding buddies have one or two for when you slice a sidewall.

    In Case of Goatheads

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    With the advent of tubeless tires who needs tubes right? Well even tubeless tires sometimes go flat and you do not want to be caught out in the boonies walking your bike back to the trailhead. Out here in Utah we have to deal with goatheads, tiny thorns that can puncture even then most burly of tire. I carry a single Continental Tube in my bike pack and they have saved me a couple times. I would highly recommend them for everyday use or in case of emergency.

    Rippin Tubes

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    i have only had to use these once, I typically run tubeless (you should too) but when mud hits the fan and you are out there in the middle of nowhere with stans all over the ground and you're left shaking your head. You will come to find these are still a necessity