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Dirt bike tire tubes available in most sizes and thicknesses.
KEVIN in OR
I've been running these tubes for over a year in the PNW. Tube has been switched many times between tuff rooted trails, and my paddle tire for the oregon dunes. Have a long riding trip coming up and thought I'd pick two up and throw them in the truck just In case. Great price!Read All Reviews
Geoffrey in UT
I use to get flat tires from pinch flats and penetrations. No more. Since putting these tubes on my front and rear tire I have not gotten a flat in over 2 years! I ride in nasty stuff that tears my tires up! Ditto with my friends, they started using the Bridgestone Ultra 2 years ago, no flats with this tube ... but the friends using thinner tubes get flats. Weight increase: A lot of the power from the engine used to accelerate your bike forward is used up in rotationally accelerating your wheels. The added weight around the outside of the wheel takes more power to accelerate it. With my 450 I don't notice any difference, the bike has tons of power to spare. There might be a noticeable difference on smaller bikes... but if you ride in nasty stuff it's worth the power trade to never have a flat again.Read All Reviews
Andrew in CO
The good: The tube is not a heavy-duty tube so it's easy to install and light to pack. The bad: The tube is not a heavy-duty tube so it's not as durable as thicker tubes I've got into the habit of using heavy duty tubes when doing work in the garage, but using non-heavy duty tubes for spares. They are easier to stuff into the tire and lighter and more compact to bring as a spare. Will buy again.Read All Reviews