Challenge Pro Cross Seamless Latex Inner Tube
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- Trustpilot review 9.6 out of 72.868 reviews
Pros & Cons
Pros & Cons
- Puncture resistant.
|Tyre Width||28 mm / 1.10 inch / 30 mm / 1.20 inch / 31 mm / 1.22 inch / 32 mm / 1.25 inch / 33 mm / 1.30 inch / 34 mm / 1.30 inch / 35 mm / 1.35 inch / 37 mm / 1.40 inch / 38 mm / 1.49 inch|
|Valve Length||47 mm|
Technology• Material: latex
• Weight: starting from 85 grams
• Before mounting stretch the tire slightly. This makes it easier to fit.
Most recent reviews
All good so far...
I boughT five of these latex tubes I readiness for this years National Trophy CX season. I learnt very quickly not to over inflate the tube before fitting as a bubble formed near the valve which made a the tube a bit too baggy - so be really careful. Performance-wise I can’t fault them. Yes the leak air so you need to ensure exactly what pressures they are at before you race - don’t rely on pressures from the night before as they will have gone down. They are super light and allow you to run low tyres pressures with your open tubulars - not quite as good feeling as tubs, but as good as you are going to get with clinchers.
Ultra lightweight - great rolling
Ultra lightweight seamless inner tube that rolls great with Challenge 320TPI cross tyres. They are supple as well, they won't avoid 100% of intrusions into the tyre but I've found some debris in the tyre that surprisingly hasn't punctured these Please bear in mind that due to the more delicate high performance nature of this product they need more care and attention than butyl inner tubes, some advice - 1. Take your time fitting them, avoid tyre levers 2. Put some talc in the tyre for dry lubrication when fitting 3. Make sure you have a good rim tape such as the Velox cloth ranges 4. If you are going with Challenge open tubular tyres pre stretch the tyres first on your rim with an old butyl inner tube, you won't regret it! Finally for a little piece of mind, I put in some Effetto Mariposa CaffeLattex in mine.
Need reinflating reguarly
For anyone not running tubs latex is most convenient, option.
The next best thing to running tubs!
Air loss is more than butyl