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Zipp Valve Extension
$9.00 - $12.00
Zipp's Valve Extension extends your threaded Presta valve to accommodate deep dish rims. Use these extenders with your favorite Zipp wheels to make short work of pumping up your tires.
Zipp Tangente Course Cincher Tire
$55.00
Every watt, every bit of energy counts whether you're racing or training; make sure you're getting the biggest aero advantage with Zipp's Tangente Course Tire. It takes advantage of Firecrest technology to reduce rolling resistance and increase airflow over the leading edge of the tire, meaning you work less to go faster. The rubber used in the Tangente tire is formulated for grip and acceleration, particularly in dry conditions, and the 120 TPI casing features a nylon puncture protection strip so you get as many miles as possible out of this rugged tire. It's light too, complementing your already feathery race day rig.
Zipp Tangente Course R28 Clincher Tire
$55.00
Conventional wisdom on bicycle tires has held that smaller is better. Smaller tires were supposed to be lighter, more aerodynamic and have lower rolling resistance. Then came science. Research has shown that a larger tire has the ability to cut rolling resistance, making you faster than you would be with a traditional 23c-wide racing tire. And of course, a larger tire offers improved grip in dry and wet conditions. In some cases, when using the right rim, a bigger tire also can improve aerodynamics. Let’s not forget that comfort gets a big upgrade as well. The Zipp Tangente Course R28 tire give riders a high-performance clincher at widths suitable for less than perfect conditions—rough roads, wet roads. The looming disc brake revolution will mean that you can run tires significantly larger than the 25mm limit on many bikes. The Tangente Course R28 tires take disc brakes’ opportunity for increased tire width and multiplies that with faster rolling, better grip and improved aerodynamics. - High-performance sport and training clincher tire - 28mm width - 120tpi nylon casing - Nylon puncture protection layer under tread - 260 grams (R28), 306 grams (R30) - 33.15 watts of rolling resistance @ 40kph (with Zipp butyl tube) - 70 ShA durometer rubber (Shore A) - New water-siping tread pattern - Comfortable in rough conditions
Zipp Tangente Course R30 Clincher Tire
$55.00
Conventional wisdom on bicycle tires has held that smaller is better. Smaller tires were supposed to be lighter, more aerodynamic and have lower rolling resistance. Then came science. Research has shown that a larger tire has the ability to cut rolling resistance, making you faster than you would be with a traditional 23c-wide racing tire. And of course, a larger tire offers improved grip in dry and wet conditions. In some cases, when using the right rim, a bigger tire also can improve aerodynamics. Let’s not forget that comfort gets a big upgrade as well. The Zipp Tangente Course R30 tire give riders a high performance clincher at widths suitable for less than perfect conditions—rough roads, wet roads. The looming disc brake revolution will mean that you can run tires significantly larger than the 25mm limit on many bikes. The Tangente Course R30 tires take disc brakes’ opportunity for increased tire width and multiplies that with faster rolling, better grip and improved aerodynamics. - High-performance sport and training clincher tire - 30mm width - 120tpi nylon casing - Nylon puncture protection layer under tread - 260 grams (R28), 306 grams (R30) - 33.15 watts of rolling resistance @ 40kph (with Zipp butyl tube) - 70 ShA durometer rubber (Shore A) - New water-siping tread pattern - Comfortable in rough conditions
Zipp Tangente Speed Cincher Tire
$65.00
Zipp's Tangente Speed tires are a part of an aero wheel system that keeps you going fast, sticking in corners, and accelerating through the sprints. More than just a strip of rubber, the Tangente Speeds are optimized for smooth airflow with an aero tread pattern and materials formulated for grip and acceleration. Low rolling resistance means you save power over the course of a long race, and the 220 TPI casing is tough enough to roll over the roughest roads.
Zipp Tangente SL Speed Tubular Tire
$100.00
When you roll up to the starting line, you know you've got an aero advantage if your wheels are wrapped in Zipp's Tangente SL Speed Tubular Tire. The 320 TPI cotton casing is tough enough to tackle the ugliest stretches of blacktop, while the puncture-resistant belt keeps you inflated and rolling through the finish line. Zipp focused on improving leading edge airflow to get you that aero advantage, and the low rolling resistance saves power so you go faster longer. They even formulated rubber specifically tailored for grip and acceleration you'll notice as you're sprinting for the line. Your tires link you to the pavement; make that link as efficient as possible with the Tangente.
Wheels Manufacturing Inc. Presta Stem Saver
$3.99
- Shim adds support to presta stem used in a schrader rim
WTB TCS Sealant
$15.50
TCS (tubeless compatible system) Fluid employs nano-capsulation to form a liquid that hardens upon puncture, creating a permanent plug that remains flexible and rubber like. Unlike other sealants, TCS Fluid does not change tires’ rubber properties and comes with an applicator for removable core valves. - Bottle Size: 16.9 oz. / 500 mL - Recommended dosage: 2 fluid oz. / 60 mL for 26” and 3-4 fluid oz. for 29”
WTB All Terrain (26-inch)
$28.99
WTB's All Terrain is the tire your comfort and trekking bike needs to see adventure—be it path and street or track and trail. The linked center tread offers a quiet, quick and stable footprint; while the outside blocks turn reliably on cement, and hard-pack alike.
WTB All Terrain (700c)
$31.95
WTB's All Terrain is the tire your comfort, hybrid or trekking bike needs for adventure—be it path, street or trail. The linked center tread offers a quiet, stable footprint; while the outer knobs turn reliably on cement, and hard-pack alike.
WTB Nano Comp (700c)
$31.95
From hitting the gravel roads to the hitting the cross circuit, WTB's Nanos are the choice for dry conditions. The fast rolling center and stiff edges bite into hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large, supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and hold fast in many conditions, allowing you to lean hard and keep your speed in corners.
WTB VelociRaptor Comp
$34.95
WTB's one and only VelociRaptor is the choice for riders looking for an all-around tire for most conditions. Even meaner today than the day they were first released, these front and rear specific tires are the benchmark from the East coast to the West coast, from the desert to the deep woods. The front is known for its steering control and cornering under loads, while the rear climbs with the solid tenacity of a bulldozer, corners predictably and brakes with authoritative control. The 2.1-inch rides like a much wider tire, yet remains a fast-rolling choice.
WTB Slick (29-inch)
$34.99
WTB's Slick tires feature a tread that has a smooth center tread for speed with small side grooves for cornering. Their sturdy sidewalls soften bike paths and the puncture protection will keep you rolling. Plus, this tire is capable of all urban settings, wet or dry, making them the commuter’s dream.
WTB Trail Boss Comp (27.5-inch)
$37.95
"Like a boss" is a term that gets thrown around a lot. Rest assured, WTB's Trail Boss is the real deal with tight tread spacing for high speed, and tall, blocky knobs that really dig in when you grab the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supported, siped side knobs keep you on your line as the trail loses its camber or as you push into a corner. And the DNA rubber compound provides a perfect blend of low-rolling resistance and tacky rubber for navigating techy sections. So go ahead, be a boss with WTB's Trail Boss.
WTB Nano Race (700c)
$44.95
From hitting the gravel roads to the hitting the cross circuit, WTB's Nanos are the choice for dry conditions. The fast rolling center and stiff edges bite into hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large, supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and hold fast in many conditions, allowing you to lean hard and keep your speed in corners.
WTB Cross Boss TCS Light
$49.95
Volume, speed, and consistency. WTB's Cross Boss has an even center-tread-shelf for smooth and fast acceleration, while open side knobs help clear muck. The rounded, high-volume profile with WTB's Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) makes this a perfect tire to set up tubeless for incredible control on a variety of terrain. The fast-rolling Dual DNA rubber compound ensures high-speeds on every inch of the course, and the defined side knobs deliver controlled cornering to keep you grinning for more turns. From singletrack to the circuit, the Cross Boss is here to bring it.
WTB Cross Wolf TCS Light
$54.95
WTB's Cross Wolf is the perfect tire for the serious cross racer and the casual cyclist alike. The tire boasts a stepped center-line with broken tread for speed and traction on straights, and the flexible edges bite into loose soil for confident cornering. The TCS Light casing with Dual DNA compound keeps weight low on the fast-rolling rubber. WTB's Tubeless Compatible System tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Nano TCS Light (700c)
$54.95
WTB's Nano TCS Light tires make a tremendous ally when going up against fast and furious cross courses and all-day gravel grinders. The fast rolling center and stiff edges bite into hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large, supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and hold fast in many conditions, allowing you to lean hard and keep your speed in corners. And, WTB's TCS tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Nano 29 Race
$64.95
WTB's Nano Raptors are fast-rolling, dry-condition tires with working edges that bite into dry hardpack and loose soil. This big-volume, 29-inch tire boasts round profile, micro-knob design and a large supportive casing. Plus, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and grip amazingly well in many conditions allowing you to lean hard and keep your speed in corners.
WTB Trail Boss 26 TCS Light Tire
$64.95
Tight enough tread spacing for high speed, drag-free onslaughts yet blocky and tall enough to really dig in when it comes time to slam on the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supported side knobs keep clamoring for traction even as the trail loses its camber. Want to go out and own it? Be the Trail Boss.
WTB Bee Line TCS Light (27.5-inch)
$67.95
Any tire can be fast, the real trick is speed with control. WTB's Bee Line TCS Light gives you that speed with the control and confidence to leave it out on the course. Ramped knobs and even tread dispersal with Dual DNA rubber compound give you a consistent feel whether hammering in a straight line or stuffing it into the inside line. Its lightweight casing keeps the grams down for quicker acceleration and lower rotational mass. WTB's TCS tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Bridger 27.5 TCS Light Tire
$67.95
The Bridger brings real knobs and traction to the 27.5+ market in a purpose-built, ground-up design that features consistency and casing protection through numerous square lugged knobs. Medium pitch and spacing provide omni-terrain grip while squared-off knobs provide foul-weather clearance. The Bridger’s rounded profile and supported side knobs boost confidence and predictability, proving that the plus-sized market is for real riding.
WTB Riddler 27.5 TCS Light Tire
$67.95
Named after WTB Athlete Nathan Riddle, the Riddler hungers for speed yet hangs on in the corners, remaining composed and unflappable, just like Nathan Riddle’s riding style. Large, supported toothy side knobs and densely packed, low center tread make the Riddler a hit beyond the gravity enthused as multiple widths and wheel sizes also keep the cross country, weight-conscious happy with a lightweight do-it-all.
WTB Trailblazer TCS Light (27.5+)
$67.95
WTB's Trailblazer is beyond your typical 2735-inch mountain bike tire. With a robust 2.8-inch footprint, the Trailblazer provides a voluptuous cushion of air for ripping your favorite trails, cruising bike paths, and exploring less-groomed terrain. Short enough and narrow enough to fit in most 29er frames and forks, the Trailblazer lets you mix it up on your current rig. This is more than just a novel tire though - the rubber compound and tread pattern is legit and intended to get rowdy on rocks, roots, and loam. Featuring WTB's fast-rolling Dual DNA rubber and Lightweight casing, don't be afraid to get off the beaten path. On top of that, WTB's Tubeless Compatible System tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds. This tire pairs perfectly with WTB's Scraper rims (sold separately).
WTB Vigilante TCS Light (27.5-inch)
$67.95
WTB defines the enduro tire with their Vigilante. This aggressive all-mountain tire is the choice of the venerable Mark Weir when he's on the ragged edge. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in wet, loose terrain, and sheds mud and debris easily. Tall, stiff outside knobs grip even at angles where you're dragging your bars through the dirt. WTB's TCS Light casing keeps the weight down and the Dual DNA rubber compound ensures you don't lose any precious speed. The Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Vigilante TCS Tire
$67.95
Born from the need to race in European enduro events, the Vigilante is WTB's premier aggressive All Mountain tire, and first choice for Team WTB’s Mark Weir.  The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in loose or wet terrain, while the stiff outside knobs grip at lean angles like nobody’s business.
WTB Nine Line TCS Light tire (29-inch)
$69.95
WTB's Nine Line isn't your typical XC race tire. Oh sure, it's nice and light and rolls ridiculously fast with short, evenly spaced knobs and a fast center section. Where it distinguishes itself is with legit traction on real trails. So, go ahead, lay off the brakes in the corners, the Nine Line has your back when you're at the front. On top of that, WTB's TCS tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Trail Boss TCS Light (29-inch)
$69.95
Like a boss is a term that gets thrown around a lot. Rest assured, WTB's Trail Boss is the real deal with tight tread spacing for high speed, and tall, blocky knobs that really dig in when you grab the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supported, siped side knobs keep you on your line as the trail loses its camber or as you push into a corner. A lightweight casing with fast-rolling Dual DNA rubber keeps your pace hot, and WTB's TCS tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds. There's a new boss in town.
WTB Vigilante TCS Light (29-inch)
$69.95
WTB defines the enduro tire with their Vigilante. This aggressive all-mountain tire is the choice of the venerable Mark Weir when he's on the ragged edge. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in wet, loose terrain, and sheds mud and debris easily. Tall, stiff outside knobs grip even at angles where you're dragging your bars through the dirt. WTB's TCS Light casing keeps the weight down and the Dual DNA rubber compound ensures you don't lose any precious speed. The Tubeless Compatible System (TCS) tires deliver the ride benefits of tubeless tires with the reduced weight of a non-UST tire, so you get the best of both worlds.
WTB Trail Boss 26 TCS Tough Tire
$73.95
Tight enough tread spacing for high speed, drag-free onslaughts yet blocky and tall enough to really dig in when it comes time to slam on the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supported side knobs keep clamoring for traction even as the trail loses its camber. Want to go out and own it? Be the Trail Boss.
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