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In the vast majority of bikes a bicycle tube is installed in the tires. Depending on the size of the impeller there are hoses in different sizes. When buying, you must therefore make sure to select the correct customs. As a rule, the mountain bike has three different dimensions: 26 inches, 27.5 inches and 29 inches. Road bikes, trekking and city bikes generally use 28-inch hoses. For children's bicycles and BMX bikes, the tires and tubes start at 12 inches and go up to 24 inches.


But also on the valve you have to pay attention when buying, because there are also differences and a total of three or four different ways:

Dunlop (DV)
The so-called Dunlop valve requires a rim bore of 8.5 mm diameter and normally only holds a pressure of about 6 bar. It is characteristic that the inner life of the valve can be very easily unscrewed from the thread attached to the bicycle hose. A major disadvantage is that you can not measure the air pressure in this system.

Sclaverand (SV or RV)
The Sclaverand, also called road bike valve or French bicycle valve, was previously used almost exclusively in racing bikes. Racing bikes usually have narrower rims and this valve requires only a 6.5mm bore. Nowadays, this type of valve is used almost everywhere and can often be found on the MTB bike. The maximum pressure is around 15 bar, whereby this pressure can only be achieved with a floor pump. Small hand pumps or compressors at the gas station usually do not create this high air pressure. To inflate with a compressor you also need a valve adapter. This is simply screwed onto the open valve. Before starting to inflate, a small screw at the top of the valve must be opened.
This valve type is available, for example, from Schwalbe and Continental. Racing wheel rims often have a very high profile, which is why these bicycle hoses come with different valve lengths. SV hoses are also available in all common inch sizes.
In Italy one finds a modification of the Sclaverand valve. There it is called Reginaventil or RV for short. In Germany, this valve is usually installed on Italian wheels, especially on children's bicycles.

Schrader (AV):
The Schrader is known primarily as a car valve and because of the simplicity in the selection of the bicycle tube very popular. The name Autoventil got it, because it has the same dimensions and can be inflated so easily on the compressor at home or at a gas station. Another adapter is not necessary. The maximum pressure is also 6 bar and also the rim bore is 8.5 mm like a Dunlop valve.

With the bicycle tube, there are also differences in the material. Especially in terms of weight, hoses differ immensely. For mountain bikes, for example, extra robust bicycle hoses are offered. Here, the focus is primarily on increased puncture protection. In racing bikes, however, as much weight is saved and the material may be very thin.

Leading manufacturers in the hose market are Schwalbe and Continental, but also other manufacturers such as Maxxis offer bicycle tubes in different inch sizes for different bikes.

With a flat bicycle tube, there are some things to consider when installing a new one. First, you should check why your tire is flat. Carefully drive your hand through the rim after removing the broken bicycle tube. If you feel any bumps, splinters or sting, remove them carefully. Also, you have to check the tire itself, because sometimes there is also an object in there, which would also perforate the new tube.

If you find no foreign matter on the rim or on the tire you can insert the new hose. Pump this up minimally, then the bicycle hose can be placed better. You plug the valve through the rim hole of your MTB, road bike or trekking bike and secure the valve with the enclosed nut. If you put the hose completely in the tire, you can raise the bicycle tire of again. When levering with a tire lever, be careful not to pinch the hose between the impeller and the tool. The necessary tools for mounting or preventive puncture protection can also be found in our online shop.

12 "-24" hose children
Are you looking for the next generation on two wheels the right hose? Then you will definitely find what you are looking for in our online shop. We offer you the common sizes for children bikes from 20 "to 24" inches. But not only the very small want bulging tires, even BMXer are not spared by flat feet. You train hard to perfect your tricks. It inevitably happens that the hose bursts. We offer you matching bicycle tubes in different materials.

26 "hose
Many bicycles are equipped with 26 "wheels, with us you will find a selection of market leading manufacturers such as Maxxis, Schwalbe and Continental. No matter if high-quality hoses for your city bike, extra light bike hoses for your cross country bike or particularly hard-wearing freeride hoses, you will find it here.

26 "hose 650C
The 650C is mainly used in triathlons and time-bikes. Also for this section of cycling we offer you the right hose. We have cycling hoses from Michelin and Continental in our program. The hoses are specially designed for heavy loads but very light in the material.

27.5 "hose
The new standard which is preferred for mountain bikes like Enduro or Downhill Bikes is 27.5 ". Especially in this sector plates are not uncommon. You'll jump through stone fields and fish over spiky root passages on the DH trails or cross sharp-edged rocks on the alpine tour. These are typical causes of tire burst and the so-called Snakebites that happen at the tire puncture. Especially with such breakdowns often only helps a new hose. We offer you in our shop various hoses from high quality manufacturers such as Schwalbe and Maxxis or Continental. Even though the driving of tubeless systems is becoming more and more popular, it makes sense to have a spare tube in the bike backpack on particularly long tours or enduro races. The tubeless systems work well and respond quickly to smaller punctures, but even this tire system has its limits.

28 "hose
In the road sector most 28 "wheels are installed. If you do not want to rely on the tubular tires that are often used in the professional sector, you will find the right racing bike tube in our shop. Also for city and trekking bikes we offer you a selection of 28 "hoses. You can find both high quality standard bicycle hoses as well as special ultralight hoses when it comes to every gram. So you are, no matter whether on the next Gravel, Fixi or Bikepacking Tour, prepared for possible breakdowns.

29 "hose
29 "wheels are widely used in the Enduro Cross Country and All Mountain areas. These bicycle classes are subject to special conditions and hazards. Not infrequently you are in rough terrain on sharp roots or sharp-edged stones on the way, even thorns of bushes can make the bike ride quickly a stroke through the bill. In these moments, it is advantageous to have a spare tube, in the appropriate size of 29 ", stowed in his bike backpack. In our online shop you will find the right hose for your bike. You can fall back on the range of the leading manufacturers Maxxis, Continental and Schwalbe.

Hose accessories
Who does not know that? It is best touring weather and you have already traveled a few miles. But suddenly it makes "hiss"! The tire is flat. Now you are well advised to have quality accessories with you. A practical option to prevent possible breakdowns include puncture protection deposits. In addition to preventive measures you will find in our store but also replacement or Tubeless valves for conversion to the tubeless system, of course, we also have sealant ready for you.

In the vast majority of bikes a bicycle tube is installed in the tires. Depending on the size of the impeller there are hoses in different sizes. When buying, you must therefore make sure to... read more »
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In the vast majority of bikes a bicycle tube is installed in the tires. Depending on the size of the impeller there are hoses in different sizes. When buying, you must therefore make sure to select the correct customs. As a rule, the mountain bike has three different dimensions: 26 inches, 27.5 inches and 29 inches. Road bikes, trekking and city bikes generally use 28-inch hoses. For children's bicycles and BMX bikes, the tires and tubes start at 12 inches and go up to 24 inches.


But also on the valve you have to pay attention when buying, because there are also differences and a total of three or four different ways:

Dunlop (DV)
The so-called Dunlop valve requires a rim bore of 8.5 mm diameter and normally only holds a pressure of about 6 bar. It is characteristic that the inner life of the valve can be very easily unscrewed from the thread attached to the bicycle hose. A major disadvantage is that you can not measure the air pressure in this system.

Sclaverand (SV or RV)
The Sclaverand, also called road bike valve or French bicycle valve, was previously used almost exclusively in racing bikes. Racing bikes usually have narrower rims and this valve requires only a 6.5mm bore. Nowadays, this type of valve is used almost everywhere and can often be found on the MTB bike. The maximum pressure is around 15 bar, whereby this pressure can only be achieved with a floor pump. Small hand pumps or compressors at the gas station usually do not create this high air pressure. To inflate with a compressor you also need a valve adapter. This is simply screwed onto the open valve. Before starting to inflate, a small screw at the top of the valve must be opened.
This valve type is available, for example, from Schwalbe and Continental. Racing wheel rims often have a very high profile, which is why these bicycle hoses come with different valve lengths. SV hoses are also available in all common inch sizes.
In Italy one finds a modification of the Sclaverand valve. There it is called Reginaventil or RV for short. In Germany, this valve is usually installed on Italian wheels, especially on children's bicycles.

Schrader (AV):
The Schrader is known primarily as a car valve and because of the simplicity in the selection of the bicycle tube very popular. The name Autoventil got it, because it has the same dimensions and can be inflated so easily on the compressor at home or at a gas station. Another adapter is not necessary. The maximum pressure is also 6 bar and also the rim bore is 8.5 mm like a Dunlop valve.

With the bicycle tube, there are also differences in the material. Especially in terms of weight, hoses differ immensely. For mountain bikes, for example, extra robust bicycle hoses are offered. Here, the focus is primarily on increased puncture protection. In racing bikes, however, as much weight is saved and the material may be very thin.

Leading manufacturers in the hose market are Schwalbe and Continental, but also other manufacturers such as Maxxis offer bicycle tubes in different inch sizes for different bikes.

With a flat bicycle tube, there are some things to consider when installing a new one. First, you should check why your tire is flat. Carefully drive your hand through the rim after removing the broken bicycle tube. If you feel any bumps, splinters or sting, remove them carefully. Also, you have to check the tire itself, because sometimes there is also an object in there, which would also perforate the new tube.

If you find no foreign matter on the rim or on the tire you can insert the new hose. Pump this up minimally, then the bicycle hose can be placed better. You plug the valve through the rim hole of your MTB, road bike or trekking bike and secure the valve with the enclosed nut. If you put the hose completely in the tire, you can raise the bicycle tire of again. When levering with a tire lever, be careful not to pinch the hose between the impeller and the tool. The necessary tools for mounting or preventive puncture protection can also be found in our online shop.

12 "-24" hose children
Are you looking for the next generation on two wheels the right hose? Then you will definitely find what you are looking for in our online shop. We offer you the common sizes for children bikes from 20 "to 24" inches. But not only the very small want bulging tires, even BMXer are not spared by flat feet. You train hard to perfect your tricks. It inevitably happens that the hose bursts. We offer you matching bicycle tubes in different materials.

26 "hose
Many bicycles are equipped with 26 "wheels, with us you will find a selection of market leading manufacturers such as Maxxis, Schwalbe and Continental. No matter if high-quality hoses for your city bike, extra light bike hoses for your cross country bike or particularly hard-wearing freeride hoses, you will find it here.

26 "hose 650C
The 650C is mainly used in triathlons and time-bikes. Also for this section of cycling we offer you the right hose. We have cycling hoses from Michelin and Continental in our program. The hoses are specially designed for heavy loads but very light in the material.

27.5 "hose
The new standard which is preferred for mountain bikes like Enduro or Downhill Bikes is 27.5 ". Especially in this sector plates are not uncommon. You'll jump through stone fields and fish over spiky root passages on the DH trails or cross sharp-edged rocks on the alpine tour. These are typical causes of tire burst and the so-called Snakebites that happen at the tire puncture. Especially with such breakdowns often only helps a new hose. We offer you in our shop various hoses from high quality manufacturers such as Schwalbe and Maxxis or Continental. Even though the driving of tubeless systems is becoming more and more popular, it makes sense to have a spare tube in the bike backpack on particularly long tours or enduro races. The tubeless systems work well and respond quickly to smaller punctures, but even this tire system has its limits.

28 "hose
In the road sector most 28 "wheels are installed. If you do not want to rely on the tubular tires that are often used in the professional sector, you will find the right racing bike tube in our shop. Also for city and trekking bikes we offer you a selection of 28 "hoses. You can find both high quality standard bicycle hoses as well as special ultralight hoses when it comes to every gram. So you are, no matter whether on the next Gravel, Fixi or Bikepacking Tour, prepared for possible breakdowns.

29 "hose
29 "wheels are widely used in the Enduro Cross Country and All Mountain areas. These bicycle classes are subject to special conditions and hazards. Not infrequently you are in rough terrain on sharp roots or sharp-edged stones on the way, even thorns of bushes can make the bike ride quickly a stroke through the bill. In these moments, it is advantageous to have a spare tube, in the appropriate size of 29 ", stowed in his bike backpack. In our online shop you will find the right hose for your bike. You can fall back on the range of the leading manufacturers Maxxis, Continental and Schwalbe.

Hose accessories
Who does not know that? It is best touring weather and you have already traveled a few miles. But suddenly it makes "hiss"! The tire is flat. Now you are well advised to have quality accessories with you. A practical option to prevent possible breakdowns include puncture protection deposits. In addition to preventive measures you will find in our store but also replacement or Tubeless valves for conversion to the tubeless system, of course, we also have sealant ready for you.