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Bike Tyres

Explore our extensive range of bike tyres at ProBikeKit. Whether you are looking for tyres that are optimised for pure race-winning speed, designed for comfort and durability while commuting to work, or that are robust and capable while exploring off-road, we have a number of options for all eventualities.

Best Bang For Buck

Between land and machine the only contact point we have when out riding our bikes is the tyre. As such, upgrading the stock tyres on your bike — or even swapping out your favourite road tyre to something more suited to off-road adventures — can transform your riding experience. Whether you are looking to improve your speed, comfort, or grip when out riding, there’s an option suited to doing just that.

Upgrading what your bike rolls on is also financially prudent. Compared with other components of the bike, even the most expensive tyre is somewhat affordable for most, making them one of the best value upgrades you can make.

On The Road

The options for tyres to use on the road can seem endless. Upgrading to Continental’s latest lightweight road tyre, which is designed to offer lower rolling resistance and is optimised purely for speed on the road, can seem like a game changer. Equally, if you are a commuter cyclist, looking for a tyre as hardened to winter conditions as you are, then something with a thicker casing intended to minimise the time you spend fiddling with punctures on the side of the road could be the answer.

Gravel And Off-road

In recent years the popularity of gravel riding has exploded. To match this trend more and more of the traditional tyre manufacturers, as well as new entrants, are releasing specific tyres for use on gravel. Typically these tyres come in wider sizes and can be run tubeless.

Compared to road tyres, due to them being wider and having thicker casing, gravel and off-road tyres are typically heavier, but are more durable. The extra width means they can be ran at lower pressures, which offers better resistance against impact punctures and more grip on unpredictable surfaces. Additionally, these days the majority of gravel and off-road tyres can be set up tubeless, further reducing the amount of time you find yourself fixing punctures.

Shop the best bike tyres from Continental, Vittoria, Schwalbe, Maxxis and many more at ProBikeKit.