Installing an inner tube on your bike



Learn how to change your inner tube. Cuz, you can’t really ride without one… You will even learn how to easily change the tire without the tire levers…
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39 Responses to “Installing an inner tube on your bike”

  1. Good vid, thanks! Also, nice not to have silly background music in the vid as well. ­čśÇ Direct and to the point.

    The rim is not covered in valves but spoke holes or areas where spokes connect, and the rim strip should cover those (not valves). You have one Presta valve (or Schrader valve).´╗┐

  2. I don't understand. no matter what I do I can't fucking change my tires.

    they're the skinny kind.
    I think I got everything on okay, but the air stem hardly pokes out enough to put air in, and it just…never inflates. I can't really tell what's happening but I'm about to have a nervous breakdown because I can't fucking change a bicycle tire.

    the innertube came with a nut attached to the stem. should I have put that on before inserting the stem into the rim?

    what's wrong with me?´╗┐

  3. thanks for the help with this as just changing my racing bike tyres with the video. but harder on tight tyres than you made it look but for some reason doing the bolt side of the tyre rather than the quick release lever side was much easier. thanks again´╗┐

  4. Thanks for the info
    2 flats to deal with, needed refresher
    perfect video´╗┐

  5. I am just now getting back on my bike after 2 years, got a flat…haven't changed a tire in about 3 years or longer. Very user friendly video…loved it!!!!´╗┐

  6. thanks for this and great video.´╗┐

  7. Great simple, no stuffing around video´╗┐

  8. CHECK THE RIM STRIP AND MAKE SURE IT'S COVERING ALL YOUR VALVE HOLES ? JUST HOW MANY VALVES DO YOU HAVE ON YOUR TIRE ? OR ELSE THE TUBE WILL POP OUT THERE AND GO FLAT ? HOW'S THAT GOING TO HAPPEN IF THE VALVE STEM IS IN THERE ? THE NARROWEST DIAMETER ON A RIM IS THE CENTER OF THE RIM ? WHAT THE HELL DOES THAT EVEN MEAN ? THERE'S NO CENTER ON A RIM.´╗┐

  9. Very Helpful, got it on the first try. Thank you!´╗┐

  10. Thanks for this tutorial it helped me alot! Very clear instructions :)´╗┐

  11. awesome video´╗┐

  12. This helped me so much just now. Nice, now I can cruise! Thanks!´╗┐

  13. wow! this is more detailed than other videos out there. LIKED!´╗┐

  14. Ahaha I learned something´╗┐

  15. i coukd even do this
    sumbody help
    my fingers are litterelly about to fall of because of trying to get the tyre on the wheel´╗┐

  16. Good stuff Mark!´╗┐

  17. Excellent video. I hadn't changed a tube since I was a kid and it was giving me a hard time. This video cleared up some of the tricky parts of doing it.´╗┐

  18. So cracks are a breeding ground through which thorns can penetrate and possibly impregnate the tube?´╗┐

  19. I used flat head┬áscrewdrivers for the tire levers and it was a good experience. It's easy when you pick up the knowledge from the guy in the video. Thanks to the┬águy who instructed in the video. Peace.´╗┐

  20. Best video I have seen for changing the tube on the bike tire, thanks!´╗┐

  21. Great video! I just bought those same tire levers, a chainwhip, and a lockring removal tool to install my new tires and cassette!´╗┐

  22. Why ┬ádo you inflate the tire ┬áwith the valve ┬ásituated ┬áat the ┬á12:00 ┬áclock position? In other words, at the top? Does that prevent bending the ┬ápresta ┬ávalve mechanism? I ask because i just bent my presta valve while trying to inflate ┬átube. Not the first time ┬áeither.´╗┐

  23. I've watched many videos for this topic and this is by far the most informative and helpful. Thanks.´╗┐

  24. Thank you! This was very useful! :D´╗┐

  25. I have changed my inner tube twice, and still keep getting lumpsÔÇŽ the nine tube seems to be the right size though.´╗┐

  26. Thanks for that´╗┐

  27. my road bike came with a inner tube that was too long for the tire and so it was folder over itself for about 3 inches and that's where the flat occurred right in the fold. Is this normal? it looked pretty retarded to me.´╗┐

  28. This video actually works – I tried several others and gave up.┬á Put a little air in the tube, insert, roll on the tyre – fantastic.┬á Tight tyres on a road back and still did not need to use any tools to put the tyre back on using this method – Thank you!┬á I was giving up.´╗┐

  29. Thanks, just what I needed.´╗┐

  30. great stuff, watched other people do this on here but they did a poor job of showing how it should be done great work.´╗┐

  31. Center of the rim???????????´╗┐

  32. Thanks man. Handy stuff ;)´╗┐

  33. By far the best vid on this topic I've seen. Hardly need the levers now!´╗┐

  34. which graphic should I align with the valve hole? (min. 3:25)´╗┐

  35. Ace – thank you. Was easy to follow this. Only thing is I think my tyre tread is now the wrong way round…..´╗┐

  36. what do you do if you have a pinch? do you just start over?´╗┐

  37. Yeah right I wish my tire was as easy to fit!´╗┐

  38. "Narrowest diameter on a rim"?!? All diameters are equal! Getting that last bit of tire to wrap around the rim is the tough part and you scuffed over that; otherwise, a nice video.´╗┐