Tires / Tubes / Sealant / Valves



Mountain bike tires have a lot of options from both big brands and small brands. Maxxis, WTB, Schwalbe, Continental, e*thirteen, Teravail, Michelin, Vittoria and Kenda all make high quality MTB tires. All of these brands have tires from Cross Country, Trail, Enduro to Downhill, and within those categories, there are also tires made for fast, dry conditions and wet, muddy conditions. Some of our favorite tires are the Maxxis Minion DHF, Maxxis Minion DHR II, Maxxis Aggressor, Maxxis Dissector, Maxxis Rekon, WTB Vigilante, WTB Trail Boss, WTB Judge, Schwalbe Magic Mary, Schwalbe Hans Dampf, Schwalbe Nobby Nic, and Michelin Wild Enduro. We have reviews on the best cross country tires, best front and rear enduro tires, and the best from Maxxis and Schwalbe to help make your choice a bit easier. 

Along with tubeless tires, you will need some tubeless sealant. Some sealants are better for certain conditions, but our top brands are Orange Seal, Stan’s No Tubes, and e*thirteen. Tubeless tape from Stan’s No Tubes, Orange Seal or DT Swiss will also be needed for a mountain bike tubeless setup. Tubeless valve stems are needed and can be simple black or just about any anodized color. Industry 9, WTB, and Stan’s are some of our best sellers. 

There are also tubeless accessories like CushCore tire inserts, Huck Norris Rim Protection and Vittoria Air Liners to help prevent flats and rim damage. Lastly, if tubeless tires fail, or you are riding a dirt jump bike or downhill bike and want to run tubes, you can always grab a tube. From your standard tubes like Q-Tubes, Surly, Continental and Tubolito, we have what you're looking for. If you have any tire, tubeless, valve stem or tube questions, contact our customer service agents for answers.
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