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ContinentalTubes - 29in

$7.50

Item # CON0115

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Item # CON0115
Description

Tubes

Make sure you keep your 29er happy with Continental 29in MTB Tubes. Made from butyl rubber, Continental tubes are lightweight and strong?just like your 29er.

  • 48mm Presta valve stem

  • Butyl rubber
  • Presta valve

Tech Specs
Size29 x 1.75 - 2.5 in
Recommended Use29in MTB
Weight

Actual Weight

Presta Valve 42mm, 29x1.75-2.5
238g
8.40oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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7.1oz
200g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 1

Bad Stems!

I ordered several of these. Two of them so far have had stems that just fall apart before I even install and use them. Very disappointing!

>Rating: 3

Will give these one more try

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

After about 200 miles on the rear tire, had what seemed to be a puncture in the tube running schwalbe 29” marathon supremes. Couldn’t find the culprit in the tire, but TT02 patch has held thru mile 450. At 450 the front tube went flat. This time it was on a seam opposite the valve. Used the TT02 patch and it didn’t hold over night. Seems more a seam failure than a puncture, as not culprit was found in the tire. The tires don’t even have the manufacturing flashing worn of the center of the tread. I ride over poorly maintained roads in Ohio with lots of uneven concrete pavement on a Gary fisher 29er.

>Rating: 5

Great tube for the price!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Excellent tube, fits perfectly! Great to have in the saddle bag in the event of a flat.

>Rating: 5

Prepare Yourself

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Can't go wrong with this thing regardless of how careful you are. Super worth the price, especially for how useful one is.

>Rating: 5

Good to have on the rig

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Strapped er to the frame and feel better about going on longer rides. Not worried about getting stranded 20 miles out. Get one.

>Rating: 5

Does its job

You can't go wrong with this tube

>Rating: 5

It Is a Tube!!!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I made the switch to tubeless a little over a year ago, but I always still carry this tube with me for an unexpected day when I blow a sidewall 10 miles from the car. 200 grams strapped to your frame with a Voile strap is worth avoiding the hike-a-bike of shame back to the trailhead. Happy Trails!

>Rating: 5

There will come a time..

So make sure you're prepared! This is a good/cheap option that will get you off the mountain.

>Rating: 5

Gets the Job Done

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great tube to carry on the trail for unexpected flats. I use a voile strap and keep one attached to my bike any time I'm doing a longer ride. They are also quite a bit cheaper than other alternatives and seem to be just as good.

>Rating: 5

Just in Case

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Throw this tube in your pack and have some piece of mind while you're out on the trail.

>Rating: 5

Nice to keep on hand.

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Haven’t needed to use this tube yet, which is great. But, it seems durable and has a solid looking stem.

>Rating: 5

Essential

Great back up tube

>Rating: 5

Ride Prepared

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Riding tubeless still leaves you vulnerable to the occasional flat, I always carry this tube encase of emergency. I would recommend this tube for anyone mountain biking with a 29 inch wheel.

>Rating: 5

great back up for tubeless rides

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Love continental tubes.. I use them as my back up on my tubeless rides. Easy to stuff in my pack and easy to depend on if things go awry. Great tube for a pretty good price!

>Rating: 5

security when running tubeless

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Solid tubes with a removable valve core. The 48mm stems work well with most carbon MTB wheels. Inexpensive peace of mind if you're running tubeless.

Thanks Jacob for pointing out that the Presta cores are removable in the valves on these tubes-- not all are! Need to know this before buying, so you are not stuck trying to stuff several ounces tube sealant into the tube with the (non-removable) valve core in the way!

>Rating: 5

Always buy Conti

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Bought these in other sizes so figured the 29er should be no different.

>Rating: 5

Love Conti Tubes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I have been using Conti tubes for many years, and these 29er tubes are great to pack around and keep as spares in my gear bag. While they have a removable core, I have never had to use them, but they always do their job and get me out when I have flatted.

>Rating: 5

Love Conti tubes

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These tubes seem to be a slightly above average thickness, so they hold up really well. They have 48mm valve stems with removable valve cores. The price is right too. Buy two, or three, or eight.

>Rating: 5

Right price, removable core--bingo

I'm 100% tubeless on all bikes. But--gotta have spare tubes just in case. Needed to get my on-bike repair kit refitted with a tube as I used the last one when I slashed a side wall bombing through a rock garden. And although that tube survived the rest of the ride, I wasn't willing to deal with the slime on the outside of the tube to re-store it in my pack. Order a hand ful of these conti tubes. I was pleasantly surprised that they have removable cores (useful if you want to dose the tube with sealant or if you ruin/lose a valve core on a tubeless valve). Otherwise, they are a commodity product in my mind. Just like any other decent tube.

>Rating: 5

Grab a couple

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

If you haven't joined the tubeless train, it's time we get you set up on that front. Reach out to me directly and I can help you convert your current setup or a new setup to tubeless! Now that plug is over - these tubes seem solid. I have only had to use one briefly, but it held up, kept air in it and got me down the mountain. All you can ask for when having a tube for when your tubeless set up blows up on you (avoid sharp rocks at high aggressive speeds.. they aren't too forgiving).