SRAM Rim Tape Rim Strip

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $8.00

Product Description

Sram Road Rim Tape is a durable plastic and woven reinforced rim strip that stretches around your rim for a tight fit. A lightweight alternative to Velox, it also doesn't leave any sticky residue on the rim wall.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Kent H a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: March 26, 2012

Strengths:    Heavy duty material. Strong elastic properties.

Weaknesses:    Costs a little more than others but why penny pinch on something as important as preserving your tube/tire!

Bottom Line:   
Nice heavy duty rim tape.
I'm using the 700C size but also looking for some 27 x 1 1/4 too.

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Never seen a wheel like this before - rim tape advice

To be fair, I haven't seen many wheels. All the wheels I've dealt with have really been racing/road bike wheels that have holes on the inside of the room and the spoke fastener is below the grade. The rim tape covers the holes. I just got a flat on my commuter bike and its rim is quite different. ... Read More »

Rim tape width

Hi, I put on velox 22mm wide rim tape on my h plus son archetypes. The tape comes up and almost comes to the edges. Is this okay? Should I be using something else?Read More »

what width rim tape?

Anyone know what width of rim tape to use with a Zipp team issue wheel? They're pretty much a DT Swiss RR1.1. Thanks!Read More »

My rim tape sucks - Can't seem to remove it either-

My plastic/nylon rim tape sucks - It seemed super mega strong when the wheel was new, but I noticed yesterday it has now completely deformed pretty deeply into all the spoke holes (causing permanent whitish stretched bulges on the inner tube - not good). I want to try Velox, but I can't get the old ... Read More »

Spent 9k on a bike and no rim tape?

Bought a top of the line bike three months ago and got a flat. Upon changing the tube discovered the local bike shop that outfitted me decided not to install rim tape? While technically not required , I can't believe a bike a shop wouldn't just do it on a new bike. Anyone have any relevant experien ... Read More »

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