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Vittoria Air-Liner Gravel Tubeless Tire Insert
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Vittoria Air-Liner Gravel Tubeless Tire Insert

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Impact-Resistant Bead Lock, Specifically GRAVEL — Vittoria Air-Liner Gravel

The Vittoria Air-Liner Gravel Tubeless Tire Insert takes the performance of tubeless-ready gravel tires beyond the limits.

Given the success and positive results achieved by the Air-Liner mountain bike version, Vittoria decided to push the product beyond the MTB spectrum and develop an innovative insert that could support tubeless-ready tires for gravel applications.

Air-Liner GRAVEL is a re-usable tire insert and very easy to use on your gravel bike. Vittoria's optimized compatibility allows for tubeless-ready tires only and the installation is as easy as mounting an inner tube on your tire. The re-usable insert utilizes 3-way valves and 5-way valves are included to provide you with ultimate airflow. The insert can be used with sealant — preferably without ammonia.

This gravel-specific tubeless tire insert is compatible with wheels of any diameter up to 29" (700c), and up to 25mm internal rim width. For ensuring the best fitment with any wheel, the insert has been designed to be cut according to the desired wheel diameter. Air-Liner GRAVEL is available in one size only.

Air-Liner Gravel Features:

  • Bead-lock to your tire absorbs impacts, reduces tire burping, and impressive prevention against pinch-flats.
  • Replaced air volume in the tire allows for lower tire pressure, a more controlled deformation, and better tire grip.
  • Handlebar vibration is significantly reduced, compared to standard tubeless-ready set-up.
  • Better cornering, climbing, and braking performance.
  • Lateral stability is increased without compromising grip and adherence.
  • Extremely durable polymeric material lasts up to 2000 hours of use in normal conditions.
  • Note: Air-Liner Gravel's are sold individually, for a complete wheelset please purchase two.

  • B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.



    Weight: 47 grams


    Mfg PartNum: 1AA00019 


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    great addition on a tubeless setup. offers a margin of safety for long backcountry rides
    by Telemarkskier
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Portland, OR

    I've switched my road and gravel bike to tubeless and am running the airliners on both. haven't had a blowout yet (knock on wood) where the sealant didn't work, but when that happens I'm hoping the airliners will allow me to get back to a place where I can take care of the situation properly

    Reviewed 5/22/2023
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    Unable to get them set up before they tore, destroying the inserts rendering them useless
    by TeeArgh
    Cycling Enthusiast
    11 of 13 customers found this review helpful.

    Unfortunately, I can't review them in real world use as they were an absolute bear to get set up, and ultimately disabled my ability to get the tire seated, then the liner tore. This product seems great in theory, but damn was it impossible to get these to fit. I followed the included instructions to the T. I'm running DT Swiss 1501 XC wheels and specialized pathfinder pro 42mm tubeless tires. I'm sure there is someone out there capable of getting these things to work, and seat the tires properly without these things tearing, but I'm not that person unfortunately. I'd originally ordered these in April to try and get them on before SBT GRVL this summer (august) but they kept getting back ordered, and finally showed up in October. The injury to insult for me is that they are now unusable, even if I could get the tires on due to them tearing. Surely there is a better way than a zip tie through light foam to get these things fixed into the wheel, but alas, that is how they're sent. Very unhappy with the purchase, and would not suggest to any of my buddies. YMMV

    Reviewed 11/4/2021
    WesternBikeworks.com Comments
    Thank you so much for your feedback! We understand that new technology may be difficult. We have had success with install and use of these and want you to be aware that we are always here if you're having difficulties with installation or compatibility. Thank you again!
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    Simple peace of mind,
    by Anonymous
    Competitive Racer
    Portland, OR

    The insert is a cost effective tool that gives a little peace of mind that an unexpected puncture on my tubeless tire isn't going to result in damaging my rim. I've installed them for my CX wheelsets, so that I can run even lower pressures, provide additional tire support, and limit the chances of burping a tire on fast corners. Set them up and then forget about them.

    Reviewed 11/9/2023
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    Lightweight Protection
    by Grimm
    Competitive Racer
    Portland, OR
    4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

    Bought these after running Cushcore gravel for a year. And overall I am impressed. They are a trade-off, they are much lighter but offer less protection. They are also cheaper and less durable. Overall I would recommend either product, it really depends your terrain and how much protection you want. It also comes with a nice valve core.

    Even through I like them it is pretty much highway robbery to charge $xx for a piece of foam that they make you create a loop out of with a zip tie. Really Vittoria? You can't just make a closed 700c and 650b version?

    Reviewed 1/16/2023
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    Not the best
    by George
    Daily Commuter
    St. Louis, MO
    1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    It takes some trial and error to get the sizing right. Just ensure the insert is tight on the rim bed. THe good thing, if you cut it long, you can cut it again and use any zip tie to secure it together.

    It seats OK. Just follow instruction and make sure everything is wet

    If you are riding a 35mm tire or smaller, it is good, otherwise, for larger tire, I would go with the CushCore insert

    Reviewed 3/8/2023
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    Insurance while out there!
    by Ben

    Rode the last race of the G3 in Guthrie,OK. I was one of the last riders out there. My phone died, so recovery was not an option, and I had already flatted once. GPS battery gone. So when I finally rode in, I thought to myself I was lucky and should ensure I was able get get back without any CO2s (should all that fail�spare tubilito and all)! When you are out there.. you�re out there!

    Reviewed 1/2/2023
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    by Anonymous

    I ride among keawe thorns which are horrible. So far so good. Less fearful of long gravel tides ending in a call to an ad-hoc SAG wagon.

    Reviewed 8/23/2022
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