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Wheel Removal and Installation Video
This article will discuss the removal and installation of front and rear wheels on a bicycle.
Tire and Tube Removal and Installation Video
This article will discuss the removal and installation of tires and tubes.
Inner Tube Repair Video
This article will discuss the patching of bicycle inner tubes. Both pre-glued patches and the vulcanizing patches will be reviewed.
Tubeless Tire Removal and Installation Video
This article will discuss removal and installation of tubeless tires.
Tubeless Tire Conversion Video
This article will cover the process of converting a non-tubeless wheel to a tubeless system, including sealing the rim strip, installing the valve stem, and troubleshooting the installation of the tire.
Tubeless Tire Compatibility
This article reviews tubeless bicycle tire fit.
Tire, Wheel and Inner Tube Fit Standards
This article will review compatibility issues and considerations when purchasing bicycle tires and inner tubes. Aspects of performance and the type of ride resulting from the choices will not be reviewed.
Tubeless Tire Conversion & Installation: Fat Bikes Video
A clear and easy to follow guide on fat tire bike tubeless conversion and installation.
Tubular Tire Gluing (Sew Up)
This article will discuss the mounting and gluing of tubular tires. The tubular tire is made from a tire casing that is then sewn around an inner tube. The stitching is covered with a strip of cloth called "base tape". The tubular is then glued to a special rim, called a tubular rim. The tubular system is not interchangeable with the common "clincher" system.