When the inner tube on my bike tire developed a hole, I shopped local stores for a replacement. Unable to find the correct size or type, I checked Western Bike Works's website and immediately found what I needed. Delivery was prompt, and I've had no trouble with the new tube.
Bought for a mid 80's Schwinn World Sport bike. Installed easy with the new Continental tires that I like. However, after installing one of the Kenda Inner tubes it would not hold air, tried a new valve stem valve incase there was a problem, still would not hold air. I went to Walmart and bought a Bell inner tube for $3.99 and it holds air. Less than half the price the Kenda tube cost. I will never - ever- buy another Kenda product. Would have rated this 0 stars if the option was available. Would like my money refunded. I am scared the one that did the air will not last more than a couple of days. Very low quality!
I had these tubes mounted and inflated for a year, with occasional fills as needed. My vintage road bike was indoors sitting on a cradle in the living room and had a front blowout at midnight while I slept!! The bike was sitting by itself, had been inside all winter as a trainer, and not even used for a couple of days. The next day, I checked the rim strips, spokes, nipples, tire interior, and rims- everything was as it should be. A real mystery and thank goodness I wasnt on the road! I've had good luck in the past with Kenda products, and I like that they are mostly made in Taiwan rather than China, but this failure could have been bad.
Bought two of these tunes to resurrect an old 1980s Schwinn World Sport. Roughly 300 miles and tubes performing great. Hold air well without topping off to often. Price was great and bikes direct awesome as usual. Decided to order some spares for long rides