Freeride Tubes

    Freeride Tubes

    • Durable

    Designed to handle the rough terrain of freeriding, Maxxis’ tubes have 1.2 mm-thick walls for optimum puncture resistance.

      • 1.2 mm thick walls
      • Freeride specific
      • Presta and Schrader valves
      • Puncture resistant
      • If your riding style is somewhat more intense than the ‘norm’, our Freeride inner tubes are for you

    Specs

    Tyre Size
    Rim
    Weight
    26
    26X2.20/2.50
    26
    0.65
    26X2.20/2.50
    26
    0.646
    26X2.20/2.50
    26
    0.5
    27.5
    27.5X2.20/2.50
    27.5
    0.696
    27.5X2.20/2.50
    27.5
    0.675
    27.5X2.20/2.50
    27.5
    0.677

    Freeride Inner Tube User Reviews

    Sometimes the best reviews come from cyclists just like you.

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, January 2020:
    “Overall excellent inner tubes that have extra thick walls for people who like to shred really hard and is afraid of getting pinch punctures or any other sorts.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, November 2019:
    “Setting my DH bike up tubeless, but keeping one of these in the pack/car for park days. It’s big and heavy, but also thick, and looks tougher than any tube I’ve ever seen.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, August 2019:
    “Tubes are old school, but they work and these are the best ones I have found. Saved me from the walk of shame many times.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, February 2018:
    “I pretty much am stuck on Maxxis tubes and tyres. they just do the best job I feel.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, September 2017:
    “Brought these after my last few sets kept getting punctures and even loosing alot of pressure over a few days in between rides. Rode with these on even harder terrain than normal and they are yet to let me down, not a single puncture and are yet to go down. Thought they were a little on the expensive side at first, but as im not having to keep replacing them I’m happy to pay a little extra.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, July 2017:
    “I run this tube in both my DH and trailbike, punctures are very rare. You pay a weight penalty but it’s worth it my opinion.”