$19.99 - $24.99
Use Bontrager's Presta Valve Extenders with a deep section wheel and you'll always be able to keep things properly pumped. They must be used with a removable valve core tube.
A compact, efficient way to hold flat fixing essentials so you can get back on the bike quickly. The Pro Flat Pack has everything you need to fix a flat and get back on the bike quickly in an aero, easy to grab package. This all-in-one kit provides essential items needed to fix a flat tire with additional pockets for money and ID, plus extra soft, padded materials to ensure you won't be bothered by the poke of a tool while it's stashed in your back pocket. - Tight fitting, stretch neoprene material zips open for easy access - All the items you need to fix a flat tire - Includes Air Rush Elite, CO2‚ inflator, two 16g CO2‚ cartridges, and a padded bag - Reusable hand insulation sleeve, vulcanizing patch kit - Room in the bag for ID, money, keys, and more
Bontrager's Shock Pump keeps your suspension plush and right where it needs to be. It works with front forks and rear shocks and the angled head puts funky valves within easy reach. The gauge is dual sided so you can actually see what your pressure you're getting to and the precision bleed valve reduces pressure in tiny increments to dial you in.
For the perfect pressure A shock pump with an accurate, easy-to-read gauge and a thread-on design that minimizes bleed off so you can easily adjust your shock pressure. The perfect pressure takes precision. The Bontrager Shock Pump features a large, easy-to-read gauge for accurate readings, a bleed valve for pinpoint accuracy, and a thread-on design that quickly attaches to front and rear suspension shocks for a reliable, secure connection. - Easy-to-read gauge that is accurate to 400 PSI - Threaded design for a secure connection that reduces bleed down - Bleed valve reduces pressure in small increments - Suitable for use with front forks and rear shocks
Travel-ready tubeless set-up TLR Flash Can makes setting up tubeless tires at home and on the road a breeze. This easily transportable air canister inflates with a traditional pump, and a quick flip of the lever instantly releases stored air for smooth tubeless tire seating. The TLR Flash Can is designed for efficient installation of tubeless ready (TLR) tires without the need for a compressor. Product details - Inflates tubeless ready (TLR) tires without a compressor - Holds up to 160PSI (11 bar) of air pressure - Inflate Flash Can with any Schrader compatible floor pump - A simple flip of the lever releases stored air - Unique 'flash charge' function rushes air into tire - Auto-select head instantly fits both Presta and Schrader valves Specifications - Pump type: Floor - Valve: Presta/Schrader - Gauge type: No gauge - Max pressure: 160psi - Frame mounted: No
A floor pump with a pressurized chamber makes at-home and on-the-fly tubeless setup a breeze. Game-changer With Flash Charger TLR, setting up tubeless tires at home and on the road is a snap. Pinkbike.com's product of the year is designed for efficient installation of Tubeless Ready TLR tires without the need for a compressor. A pressurizable chamber instantly releases air creating seamless tubeless tire seating. Air compressors are so over. Product details - Alloy barrel for smooth pump action - Auto-select head instantly fits both Presta and Schrader valves - Top-mounted 160 psi gauge - Large, stable base minimizes tipping - Inflates tubeless-ready tires without a compressor
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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