Tag: valve

How to Fix Bicycle Tires : Checking Your Bike’s Tire Pressure

Hi! I’m John Brown from High Road Cycles in Wayne, Pennsylvania on behalf of Expert Village. Today we are going to learn about proper tire inflation. To start the first thing and most importantly, is to figure out what pressure your tire should be at. All tires on the actual sidewall of the tire will […]

How to inject slime inner tube sealant into a Presta valve

Hello in this video I will show you an alternate way to get Slime sealant into your Presta valve tube Other youtubers like KriegerKrieg remove the valve lock nut I don’t like to do this because the lock nut threads are mushroomed to prevent it being removed and this could cause you to lose the […]

How to Repair a Bicycle Tire : How to Check Bicycle Tire Pressure

So, lets say your bike needs to be pumped up. The first step would be to remove the valve cap, which we’ve already done. Most pumps are equipped today with two apertures, the larger one is for the schrader valve, the smaller is for the presta valve. We’ll start by showing you how to use […]

Mountain Bike Maintenance : Remove Tires from Mountain Bikes

Knowing how to change a tire is a pretty useful trick and tip when it comes to being a mountain biker. Because, I mean, changing tires for preference is the same as changing tires when you get a flat. So, it’s always good to be prepared and know how to do this. With this specific […]

Mountain Bike Maintenance : Deflate a Bicycle Tire

Knowing how to change a tire is a pretty useful trick and tip when it comes to being a mountain biker because changing tire for preference is the same for changing tires when you get a flat. So it always good to be prepare and know how to do this. With this specific tire and […]

How To Repair Tubeless Tyres | MTB Maintenance

– We often talk about tubeless tires as giving the best all-round off-road performance for a mountain bike, for a few reasons. Firstly, you’re removing the weight of an inner tube from that tire and replacing it with some sealant. That sealant patches up small holes whilst you’re riding and of course, there’s a decreased […]

How To: Pump Up Your Bike Tires

Take 126. Should I use my hands more; would that help? Setting tire pressure can make a big difference in the quality of your ride. Too low and you risk pinch flats, added rolling resistance, and quickly wearing out your tires. Too high and you risk a harsh, bumpy ride with less traction. But getting […]