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Maxxis Creepy Crawler and Innertubes Bundle

Product code: 13479

£37.50RRP: £49.17(Save 24%)

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Maxxis Creepy Crawler and Innertubes Bundle

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  • Great quality tyres and tubes!
- A pair of Maxxis Creepy Crawler tyres, complete with Cheng Shin (the same company as Maxxis) innertubes.
- Top quality tyres and tubes at a great price!
- Kit is comprised of 1 x Maxxis Creepy Crawler 20" Front, 1 x Maxxis Creepy Crawler 19" Rear and 2 x Innertubes.
- The front innertube is a standard volume, while the rear is much wider, meaning it doesn't have to stretch as much to fill the tyre, meaning it's more puncture resistant.

Questions

julien cartwright

Hi folk's i recently purchased a( jorvik odin trike) as i have M/S & need to exercise & stay sain, MTB ? look's big & steardy & is!... unfortunately the tyer's are not fit for purpose fitted with 24"x4" f & 20"x4" x2 rear they look mean!!!!!.. tissue paper! ,, I try & succeed in maintaining my independence! until i ride out on my trike! .. I do love it but i got 3 punctures in r & 2 in f.. within 1/4 of a mile.. ok on a canal tow path & Bramble to blame, ... the wall's so thin, the trike is fine, but the tyer's ? Can anybody suggest a stronger tyer?? Please.. Rgds, Julien..

Posted by julien cartwright

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Julien!
Unfortunately we don't stock any tyres the same size as the ones fitted to your trike, sorry.
The largest 24" tyre we stock is a 2.4", and the widest 20" is a 2.5" so they're quite a lot smaller than your existing tyres.
One possible solution would be to look at thicker innertubes. For your 20" rear tyres we have the Kenda 19/20" DH Tube - the Kenda DH tubes have much thicker sidewalls than most tubes so should help resist punctures better.
We also have a Kenda Downhill 24" tube, but it is only rated to 2.4-2.75" so it probably won't be suitable for a 4" tyre. They do stretch to larger sizes, but this effectively reduces the thickness of the tube wall so they become slightly more prone to punctures.
If you're finding that some of your problems are coming from thorns or brambles, using a product like Slime Tyre Sealant will help. We don't stock it ourselves but we know of riders using it who have experienced similar issues. It's a liquid sealant that you put inside the innertube, then when you get a puncture from a thorn or similar it rushes out of the puncture and seals it up. It's useful for smaller punctures like that, but for larger punctures or tears in the innertube it won't be as effective.
If you're finding that some of your punctures are caused by "pinch flats" or "snakebites" - where there are two holes or slits in the tube next to each other - this is usually caused by pressure being too low, and during an impact the tyre 'pinching' the tube against the rim causing it to tear. Higher pressure helps relieve this issue, so it might be worth trying your trike with a little more PSI to see if that helps.
Hopefully this has been some help - apologies we don't have more solutions to suggest!

Linus

Does they fit my onza tykes bikes wheel?

Posted by Linus

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Linus!
This tyre bundle won't fit your Tyke, unfortunately.
The Tyke uses a 20" rear tyre rather than the 19" Creepy Crawler Rear tyre.
You would need to choose your tyres from the 20" Tyres section of the website.
A combination like the Jitsie Ziggy tyre for the rear and a Monty Eagle Claw 20" for the front would work well, or alternatively you could use a slightly wider tyre like the Qu-Ax Cross 20" tyre for the rear instead.
If you need any more help choosing your tyres, feel free to ask!

Ben

Hi guys, I checked the rear tire of my Echo 20" and it is a 20" 2.5 Is this 19" rear will fit on my bike or should I get a 20" rear tire? Thank you for your great work, guys. Keep it up! Ben

Posted by Ben

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Ben!
This is a confusing area with trials bikes, as different companies label their tyres in different ways.
Your Echo has 20x2.50" printed on it, but it is actually a 19" rim and tyre. The tyre is so tall that it takes it to the outer diameter of a 'normal' 20" wheel, so that's why companies like Maxxis print 20x2.50" on the side of them.
This tyre bundle will fit your bike fine, but if you wanted to mix-and-match you could use any of our 20" tyres on the front of your bike, and any of our 19" tyres on the back. Hopefully that clears things up!
If you've got any more questions, feel free to ask.

Massimo Pinto

hi there, is the front 20x2.0" and the rear 19x2.6"? thanks

Posted by Massimo Pinto

Reply from TartyBikes

Hi Massimo - The front tyre is a 20 x 2.0", but the rear tyre is 19 x 2.5". If you have a Monty which currently uses a 2.6" rear tyre, the Creepy Crawler will still work - it'll just be very slightly narrower than your Monty tyre. Thanks, Mark

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