They look and work great

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Overall rating:

Score 8

Peaty's Tubeless Valves


Peaty’s Tubeless Valves


Price as reviewed:


My theory is every serious mountain biker should ditch the innertubes in their tyres if they haven’t already for better performance.

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This means tubeless valve stems are an essential purchase, plus they need to be replaced occasionally as Presta valve heads get damaged or bent too.

Peaty’s valves come with a lifetime replacement warranty against cracking or bending, and also pack the excellent added feature of a dust cap with and oval hole in it that doubles as a valve core remover.

It’s this detail I’ve found useful multiple times (if a pump accidentally unscrews the valve core or you need to top up sealant in a car park), but ten funky colours will doubtless appeal to bike tarts too. They look and work great then, but Peaty’s anodized 7075 aluminium valves with their snazzy O-ring tensioners do cost about £7 or £8 more than other brands.


Lengths:42, 60mm