Duct tape can fix everything! But can you use it to patch up a punctured bike tire? Here’s what you need to know.
Mounting tires of different widths on the rims will help some notch the perfect ride. For others, it’ll make no difference.
When it comes to your bike’s tires, size matters. So let’s talk about if you can—or should—consider changing the size of your tires.
No, these tires are not bulletproof. But they’re as close to being puncture-proof as bicycle tires come. Consider paying extra for them.
Bike tires should be as reliable as your gear. Here’s why the good ones don’t come cheap (and why they make a difference).
If you get punctures all too often due to goatheads and other foreign objects on the road, bicycle tire liners can be a real boon.
Your bike’s white-walled tires have turned yellow? These techniques will help you clean them and make them white again.
Can’t get the cap on your bike’s tire valve off, no matter how hard you try to? These tips will help you get it unstuck—and unscrewed.
Looks like your tires are out of air. And the only kind of pump that’s around is a ball pump. Can you use it?
Bicycle tires are for rolling… But do they all have to roll in a certain direction? Here’s everything you need to know about the orientation of your tires.
700c is the standard tire size for road racing and touring bicycles. Here’s what it means, where it comes from, and why it matters.
The long answer short is yes, but only if you buy them that way! Here’s why bike tires are usually not sold in pairs.
Most of the time, you want a patch and not a tube. Unless, that is, your tube has lasted through too many punctures.
When the rubber on your tires starts to deteriorate, you have a problem. Here’s why, what you can do about it, and how you can prevent it.
Time to get rid of that old bike tire? The key to a green, clean city is keeping bike tires out of the landfill.
Choosing inner tubes for your bike’s tires can be tricky. This guide will help you get it right and know how exactly what to do.
This spray works wonders on flat car tires. Does this mean you can also use it to fix flats on the bike?
If you’ve never had a pinch flat, it’s probably the tires. For the rest of us, here’s how to tell if your bike is equipped with tubeless tires or not.
Life’s a blast. And then you ride you ride your bike. If one of your tires blew out on why, here’s why it happened—and how to prevent it.
How fast should your bike’s tires lose tire pressure? And, regardless of the answer, what can you do about it?
The long story short? Less than you think, and the reason why will surprise you.
Wear them out before they wear you out. Here’s how many miles bike tires last (and how to make them last longer).
Not sure about how hard your bike’s tires should be? Search no more! As always, we have the best answer.
Wondering when to deflate your bike tires for storage—and when not to? No pressure! This useful guide will help you find out.
Just because gas station air pumps are designed for cars and motorcycles doesn’t mean you can’t use them on a bike. But you need to know how.
When you need a tube, the only place you should be looking is inside your tire. Unless you’re riding with tubeless.
Helium. It’s so light, it makes balloons float. So it will make your bike’s tires fly on the road… right?