Continental Rim Strip Rim Strip

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $6.99


Product Description

15 mm width, 4 meter roll, yellow


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by drewmcg a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: August 5, 2010

Strengths:    bulletproof; no spokehole flats; waterproof

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
This review is for Continental "Easy Tape High Pressure Rim Strip," for road bikes (16 mm). These strips are the bomb! The rim strip is one of the most under-appreciated parts on a bike. Took me a few years to understand how many flats can be attributed to cheap/deteriorated rim strips. I know that the Velox strip is legendary (and for good reason)--but these are just better. They are rated to 200lbs psi; thin; light; and bulletproof. And, unlike the Velox, they will not absorb/hold water when you ride in the rain. Little tricky to install (though easeier than Velox)--be careful to line the valve hole up precisely before snapping these babies on. Then forget about them for the life of the wheel! (But don't forget to take them off before you trash the wheel--you'll want to transfer them to the new wheelset!).

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Favorite Ride:   Fichtelberg (Eastern Germany)

Price Paid:    $7.00

Purchased At:   pbk.com

Similar Products Used:   Velox; numerous el cheapo rimstrips

Bike Setup:   Bianchi Freccia Celeste; Easton Orion II's and Campy Nuetron wheels.


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by castrello a Recreational Rider from Venezia

Date Reviewed: April 18, 2002

Strengths:    Looks goods, sticks to the rim.

Weaknesses:    None.

Bottom Line:   
Well, it´s not rocket science. It´s a tape really.

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Similar Products Used:   Michelin and several different ones

Bike Setup:   ALex rims, Nokian Roadie tires.



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Stans Tubeless rim strip in 700c Chinese carbon clincher for CX

Looking at new CX wheels and want to know if anyone has tried this? I think it should work but im not sure if it will be burp free... If no one knows, Ill try it one my road wheel later in the week when I acquire a rim strip and treaded valve extender.Read More »

FSA rim strip

I have these rim strips : fullspeedahead.com/products/269/Road-and-MTB-Rim-Strips (sorry cannot post urls) I am going to get new aluminum wheels sometimes soon, and I would like to know if this rim strips will do the job. Or should I buy Veloplugs or Vortex instead?Read More »

Tubeless Datapoint: 2011 Hutchinson Piranhas, Stans Strip, Non-Tubeless Rim

Tubeless technology in the world of 'cross seems to be a hot topic, and there are frequently threads asking about it. I figured I'd offer up a datapoint for those who are googling about this stuff as I have. My setup: Hutchinson Piranhas (2011 version, not the 2010s). Wheels are Neuvation R28S ... Read More »

Tire, Rim, Rim Strip: odd problem I found.

I thought I would share this with you guys; I can find nothing in any of the 4 bike repair manuals dealing with rim strips. They barely even make mention. Anyhow, I was having a real problem with some new Continental tires on a set of Miche rims. I noticed what looked like an out of round tire, a ... Read More »

Dura Ace Wheel Rim Strip Question

I just purchased a set of Dura Ace carbon/aluminum clincher wheels and they came with a blue plastic rim strip around them. I am not sure if this is an actual rim strip or if it shoudl be removed and a traditional rim strip installed. Or, do you add a rim stip on the outside of the plastic one? A ... Read More »

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