Tufo Tire Sealant is your best protection against flatting your tubular tires. If you cut your tire while you're riding down the road the sealant immediately plugs up the hole. Countless cyclists count on it, and they ride their tubulars in peace thanks to the security they get from the sealant. You simply unthread the valve on your Tufo tubular tire and pour in a few tablespoons of sealant. In order to unthread the valve, you need this handy little tool.
I have a couple sets of Campy 2-way fit wheels (Zonda and Shamal Ultra) on my bikes and I feel like the tubeless valves are going to need replacing eventually. One is already a little bent from some sort of impact, and another feels like the threads are going to strip after a couple more cycles of ... Read More »
I've been having a lot of trouble with my presta valves lately. It may be that my pump is not working properly. But I found inner tubes using a Schrader valve online and was wondering if there are any disadvantages to using that inner tube vs the specialized tubes I currently buy from my LBS. App ... Read More »
First post here, so hi!
I have a problem with an "Airace Infinity ST" pump which I have had for 1.5 years but which has a gradually worsening problem whereby the release valve is stuck open by default. Once attached to the tyre's valve (of either type) a quick jab used to sort it out, but now it r ... Read More »