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Reliable for rides and races.

Designed for high-pressure applications, Vredestein's Race Road Tube has seamless standard weight butyl construction, for a high-performing tube suitable for all kinds of road riding. Compatible with 700c x 20-25mm tires (20/25-622 ISO). Race tubes come with threaded Presta valves in 50mm (non-removable valve core), smooth Presta valves in 60mm (removable valve core), or smooth Presta valves in 75mm (removable valve core). 109 grams.

Note: Vredestein measures their valves by including the valve core and needle, so the actual length of the valve shaft may be shorter than some other manufacturer's tubes. We recommend ordering at least 10mm longer than your typical valve length.

 

Tube Type: Butyl 

 

Valve Stem: Presta-removable_core 

 

Made in: Netherlands 

700c x 20/25 40mm Presta

Weight: 109 grams

700x18/25 80mm Smooth Presta

Weight: 100 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 18/25-622 

650x18/25 80mm Smooth Presta

Weight: 100 grams

Weight: 109 grams

650x18/25 80mm Smooth Presta

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 18/25-571 

Weight: 109 grams

700c x 20/25 75mm Presta

Weight: 109 grams

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These tubes reduce the potential to improperly seat inside your tires!
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by simonelli

Vredestein precoats their tubes with powder. This helps because it won't stick to the tire and you're always in a hurry to swap out a tube when the whole group is waiting on you.

Reviewed 10/22/2012
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Well made, consistent quality that lives up to its brand name.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Spokane, WA

I have used Vredestein tires and tubes for at least 8 years and have absolutely no complaints. I don't think you can go wrong with any Vredestein products, and these tubes are no exception. They are on my road bike, my wife's road bike, AND our road tandem (Co-Motion Speedster Co-Pilot)

Reviewed 8/30/2012
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Superb Quality Tubes
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by fw
Cycling Enthusiast
Novato, Ca.

These are high quality tubes with and exceptionally smooth grippy stem. The tubes are not the lightest nor the heaviest, but are wonderful training tubes. I've used these tubes over the years as well as others and always come back to these. Easy to install, hard to pinch flat and the 60mm smooth stem works for my semi-deep carbon rims as well as my older box rims. I don't see any reason to buy any other tubes...Perfect..!!

Reviewed 7/19/2012
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well put together
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by loon
Cycling Enthusiast
Las Vegas
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these tubes because I purchased a pair of Vredestein Fortezza tri-comps road tires.

I was a little concerned that the tubes I regularly use would in inferior to use with the tri-comps, because the

tri-comps carry a mininum PSI of 115 and a maximum of 175 PSI. These tubes are rated to carry a much higher

PSI than other tubes. Looking at them, they seem to be constructed much better than other tubes.

I only have about 500 mile on the tires and tubes so I can't realy say how they will perform. I haven't had any flats as yet. But, if I go back to another brand of tire, I think I will still use these tubes. I think the Belgiums

care more about the products they make than the Chinese do.

Reviewed 2/6/2012
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