How to install tubeless cyclocross tires

Get a more supple ride without the hassle of gluing tubulars

Cross How To Tires
About 2oz of sealant per tire will usually do the trick.

About 2oz of sealant per tire will usually do the trick.

For racing cyclocross nothing beats the supple feel of tubular tires. But for many amateur riders the hassle of gluing tires — and then being locked into one tread choice — isn’t worth the small performance gain. Enter tubeless set-ups, which offer a great compromise. Check out this video from the Global Cycling Network for tips and tricks to getting your wheel-tire combo dialed, and check out our review of the American Classic Argent tubeless wheels as well as the Topeak Joe Blow Booster floor pump, which can help you get your tubeless tires seated without the need for a traditional compressor.

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