We could start out this article by talking through the Pros and Cons of Tube or Tubeliss Rims and which is better for ADV riding etc. They both have their merits and I have ridden ADV bikes with both configurations. Regardless, it seems more and more ADV riders coming on to the see either want to change their tires in the comfort of their garage (Saving 20-60 dollars per tire to have a shop do it) or they want to be prepared for a trail side repair. Either way, let's talk about what it takes.
The right tools for the job
Having all the right tools is critical for both shop and trail side. Failure to start here, in my opinion, is going to result in lots of bloody knuckles, swearing and probably a few pinched tubes.
Essentials for changing tires/tubes in the Garage
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