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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!
Nancy in ID
Really great if you can get one to fit. I’ve tried a couple sizes and they just don’t fit certain tires. It’s possible but you risk breaking your tire stand. Its recommended to purchase a 120 mousse for some 110 tires. Good Luck! If you go down a size it’s too small. Very difficult for a Michelin Starcross5, I gave up. Easy with a Shinko cheater. In the future, when looking at their chart I won’t pick a tire that requires a mousse in a different size. That eliminates a lot of good tires unfortunately. I might switchback to a bibb for the rear.Read All Reviews
Steve in VA
I tend to ride a lot of rocky terrain. I have been using these for about 9-10 years now. I won't ride without them. These have gotten me home from 40 miles in the mountains with front AND rear tires ripped with 1-2 inch openings. So I had zero tire pressure. It rode fine, had *great* traction, and stayed on the rim without issue. For 40 miles.Read All Reviews