Make Your Own Tubeless

Buying tubeless tyres, or even getting yours converted can be expensive. So why not do it yourself. The guys at Revolution Cycles show you how, gangster style!

To do the conversion on a 29″ wheel, use a 26″ tube.


0 Responses to Make Your Own Tubeless

  1. Anonymous October 21, 2010 at 7:17 am #

    did this over the weekend on my teenage sons bike and it worked like a dream. But had to use two different lubes. Tried it first with that local blue stuff (I forget the name now) and it didn’t seal well but then used Stans (as in this video) and it sealed like a dream. the key is pumping up the tyre with a compressor. you can’t get it to sit if you use a normal pump so either go to the garage or use a home compressor. but it works… and so far it rides perfectly as well. the proof will be long term

  2. Anonymous October 21, 2010 at 7:27 am #

    by the way, the name of local brand is No Flats. I can’t comment on its ability in tubes because a lot of peeps recommend it.

  3. Anonymous October 22, 2010 at 8:28 am #

    Sweet Video Big Thanks to the guys at revolution Cycles, been thinking about doing this for a while but now totally sold on it

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