VeloChampion specialises in bike tools, maintenance and equipment and inner tubes are an essential item to have in your seat pack and bike maintenance kit.
This VeloChampion Road Bike Inner Tube fits 700x18/25C tyres. This inner tube has a Presta valve. Made from butyl rubber with a secure valve seal ensures that these inner tubes are designed to be durable, reliable and long lasting.
Choose between the following sizes:
- 36mm presta valve (3 pack)
- 60mm presta valve (3 pack)
- 80mm presta valve (3 pack)
- 36mm presta valve (1 pack)
- 60mm presta valve (1 pack)
- 80mm presta valve (1 pack)
[PROFESSIONAL QUALITY] High quality rubber inner tubes designed for 700C road tyres.
[SIZE] 700c x 18/25 inner tubes “ choose between single or 3 pack
[VALVE TYPE] This inner tube has a Presta valve.
[HOW TO FIND THE CORRECT INNER TUBE FOR YOUR BIKE] View our images to find out how to read your tyre and select the correct inner tube size for your bike type.
[A CYCLING BRAND YOU CAN TRUST] VeloChampion is a leading cycling and triathlon company, with over 10 years experience. We specialise in pumps, inner tubes and essential equipment to gear you up and get you out.
How to find the right inner tube size for a road bike?
Most road bikes have 700c wheels. However, the width of the tire at their widest point can vary from 22c to 25c (in millimetres 22mm to 25mm).
For example: if your tire is 700 x 25C = you will need a 700c inner tube with the width of up to 25mm.
What valve type do I use?
There are 3 main valve types for an inner tube. VeloChampion now sell all inner tube types including Dunlop.
Presta Valve (SV)
Also called French. Historically used for road bikes, but mountain bikes are using these valve types now.
Schrader Valve (AV)
Also called American. Typically for mountain bikes.
Dunlop Valve (DV)
Also called German. These are mainly used in European markets.
PLEASE NOTE: To avoid punctures to new inner tubes please follow these 3 rules
1. Check the tyre for the object that originally punctured the tube before replacing.
2 .Make sure the rim tape covers the valve hole in the rim otherwise this can cut any inner tube.
3. Never over inflate past the recommended tyre pressure.