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700C

Continental Tube (700c / 27-inch)
$8.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Continental Light Tube (700c) (60mm Presta Valve)
$12.50
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your wheels accelerate even faster and enhance the suppleness of your tires.
Bontrager Race X Lite Tube (700c, Presta Valve)
$11.99 - $15.99
Reducing rotating weight is one of the greatest improvements you can make to any bike, which is why Bontrager's Race X Lite Tube uses a 0.6mm wall thickness to keep the weight low. And, it's equipped with a removable valve core for easy sealant application and simple core replacement.
Bontrager Tube (700c, Presta Valve)
$5.99 - $10.99
Your inner-tubes are one of the most critical components on your bike. Bontrager's are premium quality, standard weight tubes that keep you rolling. Get one more than you think you'll need—you can always use a spare.
Continental Light 700x20-25 Presta Valve 80mm
$12.50
Continental Light Tubes are made of a lightweight seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality. These tubes are nearly 30% lighter than standard tubes to make your bicycle easier to ride.
Continental Race 700x18-25 Presta Valve 42mm
$8.50
Continental tubes are made of seamless butyl rubber and are individually tested for top quality.
Bontrager Standard 700x28-32C (27x1-1/8-1-1/4) Presta Valve 48mm
$5.99
Your inner-tubes are one of the most critical components on your bike. Bontrager's are premium quality, standard weight tubes that keep you rolling. Get one more than you think you'll need—you can always use a spare.
Bontrager Tube (700 x 23-25c, 60mm Presta Valve)
$6.99
Your inner-tubes are one of the most critical components on your bike. Bontrager's are premium quality, standard weight tubes that keep you rolling. Get one more than you think you'll need—you can always use a spare.
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