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Specialized Standard Tube (Presta)
$8.00 - $18.00
Specialized's Standard Presta Tubes are lightweight, high quality, and available in a number of sizes; just the thing you need for a repair or a spare.
Specialized Airlock Self-Sealing Tube
$12.00
Because it's hard to know when you're going to get a flat, it's always good to have extra tubes on hand. Specialized's Airlock Self-Sealing Tube seals small punctures so you can keep riding.
Specialized Desert Protection Tube
$12.00 - $16.00
Specialized's Desert Protection Tube defends against flats in the harshest environments. It's thicker on the road side for puncture protection and thinner on the rim side for weight savings, while the Airlock self-sealing solution fixes most flats on the spot and prevents slow leaks.
Specialized Thorn Resistant Tube
$8.00 - $15.00
Because it's hard to know when you're going to get a flat, it's always good to have extra tubes on hand. Specialized's Thorn Resistant Tube is thicker on the road side for puncture protection and thinner on the rim side for weight savings.
Continental Cross Tube (700c) (42mm Presta Valve)
$8.50
Continental Cross Tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. They're also heavier duty than standard tubes and perfect for the rough-and-tumble world that is cyclocross.
Continental Tube (650c) (60mm Presta Valve)
$10.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Tube (29-inch) (60mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Tube (700c) (60mm Presta Valve)
$10.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Vittoria Ultralite Inner Tube Presta
$7.00 - $8.00
Never leave home without a spare tube. Vittoria's Ultralite inner tubes shave grams and, if you flat in no man's land, will save your ride. - Butyl tube - 51mm valve stem with removable core
Continental Tube (20-inch)
$7.50
Continental bicycle tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Tube (26-inch)
$7.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Zipp Tangente Butyl Tube
$16.00
Thanks to the lightweight aluminum valve and butyl rubber construction, Zipp's Tangente Butyl Tube weighs only 89 grams. So it reduces that ever-critical rotational mass making your wheels lighter and your bicycle easier to pedal too. This fine tube is also made of .85mm-thick rubber for excellent reliability. The valve is 37mm long and features a removable core.
Continental Presta Valve Tube
$7.50
Unless you're running tubeless (and even if you are), it's a good idea to keep a spare tube or two around, so you can change a tire quickly and reliably, then get back to riding. Continental's Presta valve tube has you covered.
Zipp Tangente Butyl Tube
$19.00
The Zipp Tangente butyl tubes are designed to meet the needs of a new era of road riding that includes adventures aboard wider tires. The tube’s 0.60mm thickness is optimized for durability. - 37mm valve stem length - Lightweight aluminum valve body with removable Presta valve core - For use with Zipp Tangente Aluminum Knurled Valve Extender - 0.60mm thick to optimize durability - Weight: 72 grams in 700x20-28 and 96 grams in 700x28-32
Continental Tube (700c) (42mm Presta Valve)
$7.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Kenda FatBike Butyl Tube
$15.82 - $21.99
• Standard .85mm wall thickness butyl tube • Sold each, individually boxed for store display • Schrader valve
Specialized Turbo Ultralight Road Tube w/Talc (Presta)
$11.00 - $16.00
Because it's hard to know when you're going to get a flat, it's always good to have extra tubes on hand. Specialized's Turbo Ultralight Road Tube w/Talc is lightweight to save rotational weight. The Talc lets the tube move easier inside the tire for a better ride with fewer flats.
Specialized Turbo Presta Valve Tube with Talc
$11.00
The least expensive way to ditch 40+ grams of rotating weight is with our Turbo Talc Tubes. A patented, oversized 4.8cm valve base prevents tearing, while a partially threaded valve stem provides a clean interface with pumps. Our lightest and most supple tube offering, it's also been proven in rolling-resistance testing to reduce drag by as much as 13% per wheel. - Packed in talc for easier installation. - 4.8cm valve base prevents issues of valves tearing off. - Smooth at the top for easier pump head insertion and reduced wear on pump internals. - Thinner tube design saves approximately 40 grams of rotating weight. - Thickness: 0.6mm
Challenge Tires S.C. Seamless Latex Tube
$17.99
Challenge's S.C. Seamless Latex Tube is hand made for the highest quality. Latex tubes are usually lighter and roll with less resistance than standard butyl tubes. They also resist punctures. The S.C. fits tires 19 to 28mm wide, and has a 47.5mm-long valve with a removable core.
Challenge Tires S.C. Seamless Latex Cross Tube
$19.99
Challenge's S.C. Seamless Latex Cross Tube is hand made for the highest quality. Latex tubes are usually lighter and roll with less resistance than standard butyl tubes. They also resist punctures. The S.C. fits tires 28 to 35mm wide, and has a 47.5mm-long valve with a removable core.
Continental Light Tube (26-inch) (42mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental's Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are lighter than standard ones to make your tires feel more supple and accelerate even faster.
Continental Freeride Tube (26-inch) (42mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental's Freeride Tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These heavy-duty tubes are tough and built to withstand the abuse of freeriding.
Continental Light Tube (700c) (42mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your accelerate even faster and enhance the suppleness of your tires.
Continental Light Tube (700c) (60mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your wheels accelerate even faster and enhance the suppleness of your tires.
Continental Light Tube (700c) (80mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your bicycle easier to ride.
Continental Tube (700c / 27-inch)
$7.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Light Tube (650c) (42mm Presta Valve)
$11.50
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make tires more supple and accelerate even faster.
Continental Tube (650c) (42mm Presta Valve)
$7.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Light Tube (650c) (60mm Presta Valve)
$10.95
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your tires more supple and help your wheels accelerate even faster.
Odyssey Air Supply Inner Tube
$4.99
Odyssey's Air Supply tubes are specifically sized to fit modern BMX tires, and they are manufactured with a stronger emphasis on quality versus simply chasing the lowest possible price. On average, the Air Supply BMX tube retains air significantly longer than others currently available on the market. This is down to both the rubber that is used, and because of strict quality control during manufacturing. It is normal to assume that a “tube is a tube,” but a higher quality tube will always last longer than a cheap tube during comparable everyday use.
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