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Jun 10, 21

MUC-OFF Launches lighter stronger and insert- ready tubeless valves

Muc-Off, the global leaders in bicycle and motorcycle care and performance, have pushed the boundaries of performance once again with the release of their all- new and improved Tubeless Valves.
The latest line up builds on Muc-Off’s hugely popular tubeless range. Designed for riders to ‘stick-it’ to punctures, the new Tubeless Valves change the game once again. The fresh new line up features aircraft grade aluminium for increased strength and reliability. The material upgrade sees the new valves weighing in at 2 grams lighter per pair than the previous model – a weight reduction of 17%. For the professional teams and athletes that use these valves, marginal gains mean the difference between winning and losing.
In addition to the strength and weight improvements, the new Tubeless Valves now allow riders to take advantage of the puncture and rim damage-reducing benefits of tyre inserts. Tyre inserts are designed to be ‘tyre suspension’ for a rider’s wheel, to minimise damage to rims from sharp rocks or roots when taking on the gnarliest terrain. Now with 6 slots machined into the base, there is increased air and sealant flow – good news for pinch-flat-prone downhill, enduro and gravel riders!
“It’s rad to be once again building on our incredible tubeless range with the addition of the new Tubeless Valves. Being riders ourselves, we’ve seen first-hand the shift towards running inserts, so we knew we had to innovate again. Following the usual rigorous testing our team of in-house shredders are known for, we’ve developed an awesome product. I’m confident our customers are going to love the modifications.” – Alex Trimnell, CEO at Muc-Off.

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