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  • Q-Tubes - Road Bike Tube - 700c X 18-23mm
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Q-Tubes Road Bike Tube

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    • 700c X 18-23mm, 48mm presta valve
      $6.00
    • 700c X 18-23mm, 60mm presta valve
      $8.00
    • 700c X 18-23mm, 80mm presta valve
      $10.00
    • 700c X 23-25mm, 48mm presta valve
      $6.00
    • 700c X 23-25mm, 60mm presta valve
      $8.00
    • 700c X 23-25mm, 80mm presta valve
      $10.00
    • 700c X 28-32mm, 48mm presta valve
      $7.99
    • 700c X 28-32mm, 60mm presta valve
      $8.00
    4.55125

    125 Reviews

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    One for the money, two for the show, three for the bike path.

    The Q-Tubes Road Bike Tube isn't expensive but it is pretty necessary, so it's always a good idea to have two or three around, just in case. Keep 'em wherever, and rest assured that their durable design and reliable Presta valve will lock in the air, at least until you run over another broken bottle.

    • Butyl rubber
    • Presta valve
    • Item #QTB0006

    Tech Specs

    Size
    700 x 18 - 23
    Valve Type
    Presta
    Claimed Weight
    89 g

    Tech Specs

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    Great spare

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Q-tubes makes a great spare tube for keeping in the saddle bag. I appreciate that I can get very long valve stems (up to 80mm) out of the box so I don’t need valve extenders even with deep dish rims (and nothing is worse than finding out that your spare tube won’t work b/c of a short valve stem). I’ve found them to be quite durable and effective.

    Keep It Simple

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    They're tubes, they hold air, what more can I say. They've held up to biking to the bar, riding local paved trailways and the periodic gravel run. Valve stems seem to be sturdy and high quality as well. We'll see how long they last. So far, so good.

    I know what you're thinking..

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

    ..its a tube. And you're right. But for the price and quality I have no complaints, and that's where the bar is set.

    They're tubes, what more do you want?

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

    A quality tube from quality bike parts. Not a whole lot to say besides these things get the job done and they're decently priced as well.

    Inflate and enjoy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Standard butyl tube. Offered in many widths and valve stem lengths. Removable valve cores make it easy to add some sealant in the tube to help with flat prevention. If you're not counting every gram, there is no reason to go with another tube.

    I Was Sent The Wrong Tube With A Hole!!

      I believe a customer returned the tube that was sent to me. The tube had been used and with a hole in it! Backcountry sent me the schmuck the used tube! It is obviously used because the area with the hole had scuff marking that was about the be patched, but that smart customer decided to just go ahead and return the used tube for a new one or got his money back. If this was you then I hope you snap your right clavicle! Anyways, I still needed a tube asap, so I went ahead and just finish patching up Mr. Smarty Pants work and rode away cussing out Backcountry all the way to the top of the mountain without a KOM. The lesson here is to always double check your order for hole(s) or bed bugs...