Q-Tubes Road Bike Tube Bar Tape

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MSRP : $74.00

Product Description

If you aren't running tubulars or tubeless, chances are you need new tubes on hand during a training ride. Stock up on the 700c x 18-23 Q-Tubes to keep in your seatpost pack or your commuting panniers so you can play 'Good Samaritan' on the bike path.They're produced by Kenda for QBP so you know they're high quality and will work just fine in your bike. The presta valve stem is 48mm long and should allow easy inflation with most low profile semi-aero rims.

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