Mountain Biking. Mountain bikes are awesome, they allow us to explore new places and ride amazing trails. In recent years this has only been made easier with massive advancements in geometry and technology improvements. One area however, that f or many years has been neglected and was somewhat prehistoric, is tyre set up. The inner tube has been a staple diet for many a mountain biker despite being incredibly unreliable when it comes to holding air in your tyre. We have all been on that long and lonely walk back down the hill after a puncture has stopped play.
Road Bike Tubeless Tyre maintenance and puncture repair guide
Road Bike Tubeless Tyre maintenance and puncture repair guide – Hunt Bike Wheels International
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Last year, I punctured my road tubeless setup and, in the process of fitting a spare inner tube , left a load of sealant all over the pavement. This ordeal happened under the watchful eye of a friend who investigates the effects of pollution incidents in waterways for the Environment Agency honestly! His chiding and a sense of guilt over the pollution I may have caused led me to question the impact of tubeless sealant entering the environment. Tubeless tyre technology is also gaining ground in the road world , increasing the amount of sealant sloshing about, and potentially being spilt, from tyres. So, I wondered, what happens when tubeless sealant is released into the environment?