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Because we don't have time to patch tubes on the road

Cutter's Premium Road Bike Tubes come in a four-pack because as any long distance or urban rider knows to take only one tube and you'll end up getting two flats -- fate can be vindictive. Although you may not need to carry four tubes at once, having a few on hand may help you avoid Murphy's Law.

These Premium Tube's extra-long Presta valves play nice with your fixed gear's Deep Vs or your road jet's deep dish Zipps. An extra-long valve means you can always come to the rescue when your friends forget a spare on your metric century. The rubber smells like magic right out of the box.

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Tech Specs

700 c
Recommended Use
Road cycling, commuting, skinny jean wearing

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They didn't last past pumping them up

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I originally purchased these to work with my valve extender (52mm wheel), but after a flat (different tube) and using the extender and finding out its limitations, I immediately determined that I did not want to use extenders going forward, so I sold these tubes to a fellow bike rider. He stated that he lost 2 tubes as he was pumping them up. He stated that there was some problem with the valve stem or something. So, based on his experience, the tubes suck.

Great bang for the buck

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Can't hurt to have extra tubes on you if you ride regularly. For the value, these tubes are hard to beat. They serve their purpose well and I have not had any issues with them at all.


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are tubes. Some work as good as any tube I have used. Some blow the seams when pumping them up. Really hit or miss. In case you weren't aware it isn't great to have your spare tube blow up when you are filling it up. I never take these as a spare with me on a ride. I make sure to only replace them at home. The green valve caps are a nice feature, if you are into green.

Complete junk

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Quality of these are horrible. While the price was right, they continually flat at the seam near the valve stem due to poor quality (5 tubes all with the same flat in the same place). Note, flats were not due to any road debris, but simply poor quality of the product. I had one tube flat on me when pumping it up for the first time when the seam failed.

Removable Valve Cores!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Best bang for your buck in tubes that I've seen in along time. They hold up well and the price is great. I use them with my 58mm Williams Carbon wheels. The removable valve cores make it super easy to add valve extensions. Plus I love the green valve caps!!

Economical Maintenance

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you only ride as much as I do(3-4 hrs a week), then a tube is a tube whether you pay $10 a tube or $4 a tube. I have had no problems with the Cutter tubes and I have purchased two bundles of them over the last couple of years.

Good deal on fine tubes.

    The stems are not threaded and there isn't a little nut to hold it in place against the rim. It doesn't seem like a problem, I've just never seen a tube like this. The caps are green instead of the usual black, which again doesn't affect performance in any way but just stands out.

    Worked for me

      Based on the other reviews it looks like these tubes can be pretty hit or miss so it wouldn't be a bad idea to inflate them a day before you really need them, just in case.

      That said I haven't had any problems with mine. Works great if you want to load up on cheap tubes.

      Will these tubes fit my SRAM S60 wheels??...

      Will these tubes fit my SRAM S60 wheels?? Are the valve long enough? Valve needs to be at least 2.8 inches (7cm) long to fit these wheels. Is the valve that long on these tubes?