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Michelin A1 Aircomp Latex Road Inner Tube
Average connection time 25 secs
Average connection time 25 secs
The Michelin Aircomp Latex Road Inner Tube features natural elasticity to reduce rolling resistance. Weighing just 70g, it's one of the lightest inner tubes available on the market. - A.D.
- One of the lightest inner tubes available
- Weight: 75g (manufacturer claimed)
- The ultimate accessory for today's high-performance wheels and tyres
- Smooth valve
- Short valve 36mm, 40mm or Long valve 60mm available
- For use with 18–20mm or 22–23mm tyres
- Available in long and short valves
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Top Customer Reviews
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Just the dog's b******s
Go to inner tubes. Smooth, quick and pretty resilient. Good quick delivery and a decent price.
Combined difference of comfort+performance gain is WORTH It
In brief, forget what you read,if you can apply a continuous layer of talcum powder and be ultra careful to secure the tube in place (took me up to 2 hours to do both for the first time) so do it! so far, almost a 100 Km done, but the difference is surely noticeable with lightweight carbon rims (with basalt braking) though you have to be careful not to brake heavily because they tend to overheat with heavy braking and might just blow. Coupled with a pair of Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 23C, compared to the previous Vittoria Pave 25C with normal Butyl tubes, both weight gain and wattage gain from the lower rolling resistance were clearly felt, also they feel fuzzy grinding against the road, you can feel the ground texture, and hear the wheels deforming I pumped them to 100 PSI/ 92 PSI in average... Pro4 range is 87-120 psi
Latex....What a great ride!
So far so good. I air up the tires before every ride, so air migration is no issue. Love the supple feel latex gives to Conti Grand Prix 4000s II's. Lower rolling resistance with an already a fast tire........Good Combination.
Pairs well with high tpi or cotton spun tires.
Very impressed with how smooth they are with Vittoria open Corsa tires very very smooth. Good construct.
With the winter condition, our Canadian road suffer a lot, so if you are a bikker, just like me, you hate a flate tire due to a bump, crack or bad road condition. Each year a put a brand new Micheln A1 Aircomp latex road inner tube and guess what..?no more flate tire!i just love that latex!!
Smooth riding inner tubes
If you buy ' GOOD ' clinchers & want a smooth, fast ride look no further. Yes they're a bit more expensive than butyl tubes, yes you need to be careful when fitting ( cover the tube in talc is a smart move ), & yes you'll need to pump them up before every ride. But if you can put up with that faff, & find the rite tyre pressure for yourself, you'll have a much smoother enjoyable ride.
Smooth and swift
Because of he reviews on latex tubes I bought them with Michelin Pro4 Endurance V2 tires. Since I changed tires and tubes I'm not sure which products get the kudos. The ride is very nice and fast. Cons: because they are very soft; it helps to give them a little air when installing and the generous use of talc. They do lose air faster than butyl tubes. I check and air up daily. Butyl lost about 15-20 PSI and the latex 30-35 PSI. This can be seen as a plus because it would encourage checking tire pressure often. As one of the other reviewers posted I carry a butyl spare.
Excellent tubes- really an upgrade to your ride quality, even if they do lose pressure more quickly.
The only latex tube that is for 23mm tyres. Michelin have really gone down hill. The latex will only last about 18 months & go sticky. When they were made in France they would last years. I still use them because they are the best of what is around, but must be changer regularly.