It makes sense to only carry the spares you know how to fit with the tools you know how to useI just ordered an Juiced oceancurrent and an additional battery, and plan on going on extended rides out of the country. I'd like to put some sort of "get home" kit on my bike so I can get home in the case of a flat or other small breakdown. Any ideas?
Don't I have to remove wires, etc? Anyone have a tutorial on this?
I would like some feedback on those tooSince most of the issues seem to be related to getting flats has anyone here tried Tannus airless tires? Besides being expensive they look really hard to mount and would not allow you to vary your PSI for different uses, but on the other hand you also don't have to mess with keeping them inflated and never having to worry about flats again seems like a huge plus. I'm assuming they don't ride the same as regular tires but just wanting to see if anyone has actually tried them?
Get a couple of these. Never went out without one on my rear hub bike. You can change the tube without removing the wheel, but you need to have a knife to cut the leaking tube in half to get it out. They come with either Presta or Schrader valves.