Save Your Wheels!
The legendary combination of durability, protection, and run-flat performance of Vittoria Air-Liners, made for your favorite tubeless-ready road tires! The Vittoria Air-Liner system provides unmatched bump compliance and impact protection while ensuring bead lock at lower pressures. In the event of air loss, the Vittoria Air-Liner Road system is designed for run-flat use.
Given the success and positive results achieved by the Air-Liner mountain bike version, Vittoria decided to push the product beyond the MTB spectrum and develop an innovative insert that could support tubeless-ready tires for road applications.
The insert increases the safety of your tubeless set-up by keeping the tire in place even in case of puncture — No risk to ride on the wheels! The Vittoria Air-Liner Road system is compatible with all tubeless road tires on the market. The lightweight material absorbs no sealant, while the proprietary Vittoria tubeless valves eliminate valve clogging. Whether you are training, touring, exploring, or racing, the Vittoria Air-Liner Road system will provide peace of mind and protection for the ride ahead.
Available in 3 sizes to fit most standard road tires from 700 x 23mm to 700 x 32mm.
Small — Tires ranging from 700 x 23mm to 700 x 26mm. Ideal tire size of 700 x 25mm. Max Inner Rim Width of 21mm.
Medium — Tires ranging from 700 x 27mm to 700 x 29mm. Ideal tire size of 700 x 28mm. Max Inner Rim Width of 23mm.
Large — Tires ranging from 700 x 30mm to 700 x 32mm. Ideal tire size of 700 x 30mm. Max Inner Rim Width of 26mm.
- Bead-lock to your bicycle tire absorbs impacts, reduces tire burping, and provides impressive prevention against pinch-flats.
- Replaced air volume in the tire allows for lower tire pressure, a more controlled deformation, and better tire grip.
- Handlebar vibration is significantly reduced, compared to standard tubeless-ready set-up.
- Better cornering, climbing, and braking performance.
- Lateral stability is increased without compromising grip and adherence.
- Extremely durable polymeric material lasts up to 2000 hours of use in normal conditions.
- Note: Air-Liners are sold individually, for a complete wheelset please purchase two.
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Don't purchase without the removal tool - buy if you race - otherwise no
These were fairly easy to install on a set of Mavic and also a set of Fulcrum alloy wheels.
When the tires went flat due to a slice they definitely got us both home.
Performance on a catastrophic flat was amazing.
The problem comes in getting them off.
YOU MUST HAVE THE REMOVAL TOOL. Even then, I had mixed results. On the Mavic set I finally got them off after a lot of struggle. On the Mavic set I was out of town and tried a few methods suggested by a mechanic. I destroyed both wheels trying to get them off. Finally got them off after first getting them unseated and then leaving them for days to allow excess air and sealant to escape. Unfortunately, I destroyed the wheels trying to get the tires off without the tool. Unfortunately, removal is so difficult that I will no longer use these.
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