Schwalbe AV/SV12A 26" MTB Inner Tube
Schwalbe AV/SV12A 26" Tube
Extremely airtight! The Butyl rubber compound prevents pressure loss and fewer occassions to inflate. Extremely reliable! Quality control for safer cycling. Each tube is checked twice at the factory to ensure safer cycling. Having the correct pressure means fewer punctures and reduced rolling resistance... more details.
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My Inner Tubes deals
A selection of my inner tube deals are listed underneath
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Inner Tubes are the air tight rubber rings which fit within the tyre, and are inflated with a bike pump to lock it in place. Tubes are categorised by diameter (or wheel size - on adult bikes this will be 26", 27.5", 29" or 700c) as well as width (from skinny road tyres, to high capacity 2.4" MTB tubes) as well intended purpose (Road, MTB, cyclocross etc) - if in doubt check the side wall of your bike tyre, and it should contain this information.
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Schwalbe Inner Tubes
The brand Schwalbe began life as a company in 1901 (founded by Ernst-Wilhelm Bohle), but it wasn't until 1973 that the company became known as this household name. Primarily known for it's range of bicycles tyres, Schwalbe is based Reichshof-Wehnrath (near Cologne) in Germany, with the manufacturing side of the business completed in Indonesia. It's most iconic tyre range is the Marathon, which is currently the most popular Touring tyre worldwide.
You can find out more about Schwalbe's history on their website (link below!), as well as their Wikipedia article. Alternatively, you can view their latest tyre ranges on the official Schwalbe homepage.