Parts & Accessories
Want a super-easy way to fix a flat? If you have tubeless tires on your mountain bike, all you need is Genuine Innovations' Tubeless Tire Repair Kit. No interior repair is needed, so you don't have to remove the tire. Just plug the hole with the self-vulcanizing plugs, inflate and ride away. The kit includes an insertion tool and five rope plugs.
• Compatible with Air Support HP, HP Pro, HV (429231, 429232, 429233, 429234, 429235)
One tubeless bicycle tire tool to rule them all. Compact and versatile, this is the ultimate tubeless tire repair tool. Never get stuck on the side of the trail again! Self-contained tire repair kit includes: - 5 tubeless repair plugs - 2 Presta core valves - Integrated valve core removal tool - Small, strong plugger tool - Alloy weatherproof storage capsule
The Airchecker from SKS is a fast and easy way to check your tire pressure. The swiveling head makes it a snap to reach your presta or schrader valve stem at any angle, and the backlit display with extra-large LED digits is always easy to read. This gauge measures up to 144 psi and reads in 10ths of psi.
Lightweight plugs for tubeless tire punctures. When paired with Genuine Innovations' Tubeless Tackle Kit (#G20439) or Tubeless Repair Kit (#G2650), you can plug pesky punctures in seconds and cycle confident for many rides to come.
Pssstttt. Tired of hearing that when you disconnect your shock pump? Well, hear it no more thanks to Topeak's Pressure-Rite. It's a must have for suspension fanatics as its ingenious design prevents air loss when adjusting shock and fork pressure. It's also available in a Presta version, perfect for disc wheels.
Similar to an accurate chain checker, this tool is designed to give you a quantitative measurement on exactly how worn your Bontrager tires are. Use this highly accurate gauge with the chart in the product image, which shows Bontrager's minimum recommended tread depth. - Dial gauge designed to precisely measure Bontrager tire wear - Use in conjunction with the chart in product image to know minimum tread depth - The tire should be measured on the center knobs with multiple points taken - The perfect tool to prove how worn a tire is and thus replace at the proper interval
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