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ritchey comp inner tubes - £1.99 and free p&p
ritchey comp inner tubes - £1.99 and free p&p

ritchey comp inner tubes - £1.99 and free p&p

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top make inner tubes from ritchey comp. great for mtb. you will not see tubes cheaper from anywhere plus the free delivery makes these a must have if you got a bike and at this price you might as well just throw away your old punctured tubes and replace rather than just wasting time repairing old punctured ones.

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Great stuff just got a puncher the puncher kit's cost more than this i ordered 5 i need them as i ride into work

The price is great .... but the reviews on the site aren't fanastic.

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If you get that many punctures, you should consider getting some puncture preventative liquid "green goo". You squirt it into your tyres when blowing them up, and it seals any small punctures you get, rather than you having to cycle on a dodgy tyre and repair it.

£1.69 in Asda I believe.

I usually replace rather than repair.

The only £1.99 ones are 26 x 1.5-1.7 so are quite narrow for a MTB type - should be fine on a narrower-tyred commuter. Good make though.

Mind you, I buy mine in Decathlon for £1.00, although I appreciate not eveyone has one near to them.

mabccc;2494506

If you get that many punctures, you should consider getting some puncture … If you get that many punctures, you should consider getting some puncture preventative liquid "green goo".

I vote for Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres. I used to get a puncture a week even with Kevlar-belted ones; I've not had a single puncture in the several months I've used these (touch wood!).

Voucher Boy;2494635

£1.69 in Asda I believe.

Wow that's cheap - I'm used to £2 in places like Wilkinson's. Just what is better about a branded rather than an unbranded inner tube?

so what is a standard size for a MTB... i know my wheels are 26" but what width should i go for... ta for help...

jeffbhoy;2495799

so what is a standard size for a MTB... i know my wheels are 26" but what … so what is a standard size for a MTB... i know my wheels are 26" but what width should i go for... ta for help...



It's on the outside of your tyre!

Will say something like 26X2.0 or 2.1 probably.

pibpob;2495471

I vote for Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres. I used to get a puncture a week … I vote for Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres. I used to get a puncture a week even with Kevlar-belted ones; I've not had a single puncture in the several months I've used these (touch wood!).

2nd that, especially the Plus', most regulars at my work have gone years without getting punctures when using these tyres

If you get a lot of punctures it's always worth investing in some decent puncture resistant tyres, saves time and money in the long run.

It takes me about half an hour to fix a puncture on the road, and it's nearly always raining - rubber cuts more easily if it is wet.

All the **** from the road tends to wash into the gutter\bikelane when it rains, so you generally have more chance puncturing when it is\been raining.

Yes, but the critical thing is the tyre being wet.

Before I had some slime tubes but maybe the tyre pressure was a bit slow as i went up the curb on my Marin and they both went down...i thnk the slim idea is a bit of a gimmick really if you think they cost about 3 times as much as a normal tube. And if you hit them hard enough you can't repair them unlike a normal tube.

Its funny though ive had more punches in 6 months on road i usually go off road thnk the ground is softer there.
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