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Few things can ruin a ride faster than a flat tire due to a worn-out tube. Don’t let flats get you down; new tubes from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC are the perfect way you get you back on the track or trail.
We take great pride in the dirt bike tubes we choose to carry. But you’ll find more than just that here; we carry everything from rim strips to valve stems to mounting lube. We don’t just carry the tubes; we carry the accessories you need as well.
You’ll see major brands here that you can trust to provide a quality product:
There are quite a number of options, so regardless of what your riding needs dictate, we’ve got something here for you. If standard tubes aren’t sufficient, try out some of the heavy duty (or even ultra heavy duty) tubes that we carry. We even have foam tubes from Michelin and the Tubliss (tubeless) tire system from Nuetech. If you find you have a constant problem with flats, either of these two products can do wonders for you.
Take a look at our selection of dirt bike tubes now. You’ll be delighted to find just what you want – and at the lowest prices in the industry!
Steve in CA
If you don't mind the weight, these are the bomb! I have not gotten a flat in several years. I ride almost every Saturday . I ride a mix of California hard pack and rocky single track. Typically have 12.5lbs in front and 10lbs in the rear.Read All Reviews
DIRTBIKE DAN in Nevada
The tubliss system is the only way to go. I run really low pressures, and I've never had such great traction, and now I can blast through the jagged rocks of Southern Nevada with no worries of pinch flats. There are 3 small drawbacks, 1. A little more effort in changing tires yourself. 2. You have to check the inner tube tire pressure before each ride along with the normal tire pressure. 3.It is very easy to puncture the inner bladder tube when removing the used tire and you really can't patch them, so you need to buy the new inner bladder tube. For the rocky western states these are worth working around the relatively small drawbacks, and when you do get a flat (which is rare) they are very easy to plug. Definitely a must have for the guy that hates pinch flats and values maximum traction.Read All Reviews