Continental Light 26 Tube

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At just 131 grams, the Contintental MTB Light Tube is a great way to shed a few rotational grams. After all, that's where weight reduction will yield the greatest performance gains. Continental tubes are as reliable as their tires, and we always keep a spare with us in our packs when we hit the trails. It's a good idea even if you normally ride tubeless. The Continental MTB Lite Tube is available in 26 x 1.75-2.5" only. It has a 36mm presta valve.

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