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Michelin Air Stop Butyl Inner Tubes

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Please note: View 'Tyres Guide' below for ETRTO Sizing

Product Description

The Michelin Air Stop Butyl range of tubes provide the best in everyday reliability, excellent pressure retention and puncture resistance.

The Michelin Airstop inner tube: a sure thing for all road biking enthusiasts

A dual-performance inner tube

The Michelin Airstop inner tube provides excellent air retention and puncture resistance, whatever the activity.

Butyl for optimum pressure

Thanks to its butyl rubber, the Michelin Airstop inner tube ensures outstanding pressure retention

Several valves allow this inner tube to adapt to all conditions

The Michelin Airstop inner tube was designed with a variety of different valves.

Key Features:

  • Butyl rubber inner tubes
  • Presta Valve & Schrader Valve compatible
  • Presta Valve (Long Valve 52mm version available)

Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

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Michelin Airstop Tubes
by Anonymous user on 15/11/2019

After so many times of tyres going down with seemingly no punctures, to find air is slowly seeping from removable valves, OK when tightened up properly, but then if you have pumps like the Lezyne ,screw on adaptor which is the best type, and then the valve stays in the pump adaptor on unscrewing, the tyre then goes down obviously, then you have to find your tools to remove the valve from the pump., meanwhile you run out of time to meet up with you club for the Sunday run.(This happened to me) You dont need removable valves the Michelin are fixed so no problems, If you do damage a valve the tube is scrap but how often does that happen, Get these Michelis highly recomended. Those that say patches dont stick ... the tube surface should be sanded lightly first, and the patch needs to cure for a few hours. Carry a spare tube and fix punctures properly at home.

After so many times of tyres going down with seemingly no punctures, to find air is slowly seeping from removable valves, OK when tightened up properly, but then if you have pumps like the Lezyne ,screw on adaptor which is the best type, and then the valve stays in the pump adaptor on unscrewing, the tyre then goes down obviously, then you have to find your tools to remove the valve from the pump., meanwhile you run out of time to meet up with you club for the Sunday run.(This happened to me) You dont need removable valves the Michelin are fixed so no problems, If you do damage a valve the tube is scrap but how often does that happen, Get these Michelis highly recomended. Those that say patches dont stick ... the tube surface should be sanded lightly first, and the patch needs to cure for a few hours. Carry a spare tube and fix punctures properly at home.

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Inner Tubes Guide

 

Inner Tubes Guide

 

How To Choose The Right Inner Tubes For You

It's inevitable you'll get a puncture at some point. When you do you'll need a spare bike inner tube with you. Use our simple bicycle inner tube guide to discover the right type for your bike.


Wheel size diameter on tyre sidewall for correct inner tube sizing

What Size Inner Tube Do I Need?

Before buying a new bicycle inner tube, you'll want to make sure it will fit your wheel rims. The easiest way to do this is by looking at the tyres on your bike. On the sidewall you'll see a combination of digits such as:

700x28c (road wheel) or 27.5x2.2 (mountain bike wheel)

The first figure is the diameter of your wheel, the latter is the width of your tyre.

Inner tubes will fit just one wheel size, so you'll need to match your new tube to your wheel diameter. However, inner tubes will cover a range of tyre widths.

On a product page you'll find inner tubes are labelled with a series of digits:

  • 700 x 23-28c (for road bike tubes)
  • 29 x 1.75-2.4" (for mountain bike tubes)

The first figure is your wheel diameter while the second two figures are the tyre widths the inner tube can be used with. As long as you match your wheel diameter, and your tyre width falls within the range stated, the tube will fit.



ETRTO bike tyre sizing can be found on tyre sidewall

ETRTO Sizing

When looking at the side wall of your tyre you may see a combination of digits such as 54-559 or 23-622.

This is ETRTO sizing but we recommend you use the Imperial/Metric sizing above as most cycle inner tubes we stock use this standard.

Here is a comparrison chart for traditional and ETRTO sizing to help you choose the correct tyre size.

ETRTO Number Dimension
 700c road bike wheels
 18-622  700 x 18C
 23-622  700 x 23C
 25-622  700 x 25C
 28-622  700 x 28C
 32-622  700 x 32C
 37-622  700 x 35C
 47-622  700 x 47C
 26" mountain bike wheels
 50-559  26 x 1.9
 54-559  26 x 2.1
 55-559  26 x 2.2
 58-559  26 x 2.35
  27.5" (650b) mountain bike wheels
 50-584  27.5 x 1.95
 54-584  27.5 x 2.1
 57-584  27.5 x 2.25
 29" mountain bike wheels  
 50-622  29 x 2.0
 54-622  29 x 2.1
 55-622  29 x 2.2

Schrader & Presta Valve Compatibility

The easiest way to determine if you need a Presta or Schrader inner tube valve is to again look at your current bike inner tube.

Schrader Valve

Schrader Valve

Easily identified by the 'car type' stubby profile. These valves are often found on entry-level bikes which run on lower tyre pressures such as mountain bikes.

Presta Valve

Presta Valve

Have a long and narrow profile. They have a central core you unscrew before inflating the tube.

Presta valves are often used on road bikes which run at higher tyre pressures. These valves come in a range of lengths. Longer valves are designed for use with deep section aero rims.

The Benefits Of Self-Sealing Inner Tubes

Punctures are inevitable. Instead of having to lug around spare inner tubes with you, you can opt for a self-sealing inner tube. These bike inner tubes are delivered with tube sealant already inside. When you get a puncture the sealant will plug the gap so you can keep riding.

Delivery & Guarantee

UK Delivery Information

Please Note: Due to the current circumstances we are experiencing high demand so we may take a little longer than usual to despatch your order. Our Warehouse and Bike Build team are up and running as normal and we are taking active measures to ensure that we are following the government guidance with social distancing and additional health & safety measures have been put in place throughout the business. Please rest assured we will do everything we can to get your order to you as quickly as possible.

We are committed to offering fast and free delivery, whether you're ordering bikes, accessories or clothing. Our standard delivery service is FREE in the UK, regardless of the size and on all orders over £20.

Please note that bulky products and bikes shipped to outlying UK regions are excluded from free shipping.

Please note that Pre-Order dates can sometimes change due to updated stock information.

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International Deliveries - Temporarily Suspended 30/3/20

Covid-19 Update

During the Covid-19 outbreak we will be stopping all international deliveries until further notice. We will continue deliveries to the UK, Isle of Man, Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Channel Islands, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight, Jersey and Guernsey.

If you have any queries, please contact our Customer Service Team. The best way to contact us is to use Live Chat by clicking the widget at the bottom right of your screen.

Click here for more UK and international delivery information.

Returns & Warranty

It's easy to return a product with our 365 day, hassle free returns. 

We will give you a full refund or exchange on any item that is returned to us unused/unfitted, in a resaleable condition and in its original packaging (where possible).

Please note: For hygiene reasons, we cannot accept returns of facemasks, undershorts or underwear if the item has been removed/unsealed from its original packaging.

If your item develops a fault or arrives damaged, please contact us first so we can resolve the issue for you as quickly as possible.

For more information please visit our Returns & Warranty page.