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It works for cars, so why not bikes? Just like that fix-a-flat stuff you wonder about using, this milky goo seals small leaks and punctures, up to 1/4in. And the stuff works really well. The kit can convert most tubed tires to tubeless. And if you're already riding tubeless, it makes running low pressure and riding through thornbushes, glass gardens, and herds of goathead thorns all the safer.

For those who are wondering, no the sealant doesn't freeze, doesn't alter the balance of the wheel, and can work in any kind of tubeless tire when combined with a UST or tubeless-ready rim. If you have a standard clincher wheelset, bear in mind that you'll still need to prep your wheels with a tubeless conversion kit before taking advantage of this sealant. The one-quart container can seal up to 16 tires.

Tubeless 101: The Why and the How Explained.

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5 5

Tubes? Nah

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Always run my trail bike with stans. Perfect for most of my riding.

5 5

No Tubes!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Throw your tubes away and get slimey. There's no better way to ride your mountain bike than with Stan's NoTubes sealant.

4 5

Adios Tubes!

Fill your tires with a couple ounces of this stuff, and you'll be running tubeless in no time at all- just make sure you've got your rims taped!

Less weight, less flats, why would you not want to convert?!

The first couple times of using Stan's, be prepared to get a bit nasty; after that, it's all smooth sailing. Word of advice, spring for the syringe & core remover, as it makes filling/refilling waaaaaaaay easier and cleaner than the pour cup method.


5 5

Love this stuff

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I went tubeless on my mountain bike about 3 years ago, and I have never looked back. I have done about every type of tubeless set ups from using stans rim strips, tubeless rims and even a few "ghetto" tubeless set ups. And Stan's sealant stuff has always been there help fill every little hole and sealing up the bead on those "ghetto" set ups. This stuff is simply the best.

5 5

No More Flats

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This stuff works great. Buy the big bottle and add sealant as needed. I find I usually need to add about 2 ounces to my MTB 2 times every riding season. Varies by how hot and dry the Utah summers get and how much time I spend on the bike. As long as you seal the bottle up tight, the sealant will be good for whenever you need it.

5 5

The one and only

Really no point in trying other sealants, Stan's works the best. With good tubeless tires, you will have to literally rip the casing to get a flat. Lasts for a good long time, depending on climate. Easy to use and not overly gross.

5 5

There's a reason its the gold standard

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Its great, I've used it for several years and really have only found one other sealant that works as well and that's the Orange brand.

5 5

Superb Sealant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is stuff absolutely rocks! Gone are the days of pinch flats, popped tubes and repair time on the trail. I haven't gotten a flat in two years using this sealant and would highly recommend it. During the summer in dry heat you'll want to reseal since it does dry out. A few bucks every few months to reseal is a no brainer- Buy Stans!

5 5

Love it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Hate tubes! Love Stan's!

5 5

This Stuff is The Best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Stan's Sealant is the best way to run tubeless. I always ride with some in my backpack. I have used it for the last two years and have had zero problems. The set up is simple, you just need an air compressor to set the bead of the tire in place. The only thing you need to keep in mind is that the sealant will dry up over time and you will need to put the bead off of the rim and pour in a little more sealant and then pump it up! If you have any questions about it feel free to give me a call.

Here is my contact information: My direct line 801.736.6396 ex. 4389. Feel free call to me anytime, I?m always happy to talk about bikes or gear or the weather. Whatever works! I?m here Mon, Tues and Friday 1:30-10pm MST and Saturday 9-5:30 as well as Sunday 10-7. I look forward to speaking with you.

5 5

The standard for a reason

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Reliable, does its job, and doesn't clog valve cores. All in all a great product, especially if you are using Stans rims, strips, and valve cores. The total package makes tires a breeze to install and set up. Be sure to shake it, and check your tires every 4-6 months and add more if they have dried up!

5 5

Great stuff

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Though this is the only sealant Ive used it also the only one Ive ever had to. Ive not had a flat in over 2 years since using this product. That should be all you need to know.

5 5

Only Option!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Stan's is the bomb and the only option tubeless setups. As others have indicated the product need maintenance put a bit in your wheels every couple months and you should be golden.

5 5

Best value

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This stuff works just as good as everyone tells you it will. Backcountry just happens to have about the best price going on it. I usually see this bottle for about $5 more in bike shops, and that's if they even have the 32oz bottle. With the 16 and especially 2oz bottles, the price per ounce can go way up. If you swap tires seasonally, live somewhere really dry or have more than one bike, you will go through the stuff kind of fast anyway. Might as well get it for a good price.

5 5

They're the best

Stan's is everywhere because they simply have the best product. If you're looking to run tubeless, this is the stuff to get. Just remember to add more every month as it does dry out. If you don't, you may find yourself walking home after picking up a thorn.

5 5

Replace every couple of months

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I didn't redo my sealant at the beginning of the summer and learned a valuable lesson. Where Stan's really shines is in late summer when we get goathead thorns. For Cyclocross I remove the valve core of my tubes and squirt Stans in them with a turkey syringe.

5 5

Good Stuff

Stans is hard to beat. I've usd it to convert regular rims and tires to tubeless with their kit and also with their (Stans) flow rims and tubeless ready tires. It works as advertised, seals punctures super well. In my experience you can set it up once and be good for a full season no problem, but every spring you'll want/need to re-do it for sure. This is an incredibly small amount of work considering how much less time you'll spend on the side of the trail replacing tubes! If you're thinking of converting to tubeless I say go for it, in my opinion it is one of the best bang for your buck improvements that you can make on a mountain bike.