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  • Bridgestone Standard Motorcycle Tube

    Denis in CA


    Great tube, lightweight and easy to install, Great durability and longevity. My go to tube.

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  • Bridgestone Ultra Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube

    Alex in CO

    Heavy duty tubes

    Tubes are quite heavy and can be difficult to install, but I've never had a flat!

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  • Michelin Bib Mousse Foam Tube

    Kevin in WI

    Favorite mousse

    Love these mousses. Best thing i bought for racing harescrambles. Weigh the same as a heavy duty tube, better ride (love the dead-feel in rocks/tree roots), and you never have to worry about flats. Will, personally, never go back to air tubes. If you buy a tire changing stand and a couple pair of long tire irons, they are easier, in my opinion, to change too. As far as durability goes, theyll last me a whole season. By the end they get soft, but then i just use them for hard enduro. Make sure to use extra lube, i use two tubes per mousse.

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  • Kenda Motorcycle Tube

    ERNIE in CA

    Kenda Motorcycle Tube, std 1.2-1,3 mm thickness

    I got these tubes for my moto bike. These are light duty tubes and are very good quality for moto but those of you using them instead of HD tubes for your rocky and off-road riding are being cheap. For moto, these tubes are light and durable. I practice and race at least once a week and even at the Glen Helen's soil with rocks these tubes have held up fine. I'm ordering a couple more to have on hand.

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  • Kenda Tuff Motorcycle Tube

    Steve in CO

    Heavy Duty Means Heavy

    Seems fine. Heavy Duty often means heavier. Beats flimsy.

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  • Nuetech Tubliss Gen 2.0 (Tubeless) Tire System

    Roberto in NM

    Worth it

    I love these tubliss set ups i ordered two sets. I havent had any flats but you can air the main chamber down quite a bit. i ran it down to 5 psi. i carry a tube patch kit and a tire plug kit. Overall it is peace of mind and the kit is super simple. would recommend having a tire stand and some drill bits handy

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