Muc-Off expand tubeless range with Tubeless Valves

Chief Correspondent

Following the launch announcement at Eurobike 2018, Muc-Off – the leading manufacturer of bicycle cleaning and maintenance products worldwide – has now released their range of tubeless valves.

Leaky tubeless valves that just won’t seal can be hugely frustrating, both impeding performance and creating a mess. With that in mind Muc-Off has created its own premium tubeless valves to help prevent flats whilst your on the go – complimenting the existing Muc-Off No Puncture Hassle Tyre Sealant.

Muc-Off Tubeless Valves

Available in 60mm and 44mm lengths, the universal valves will suit both road & MTB tyres, with three rubber fitments – one round road bike fitment, one round MTB fitment and a square valve which will fit both Road & MTB. Available in eight eye popping colours, riders will have the opportunity to match and customise their ride.

Muc-Off Tubeless Valves

Flats have also been machined into the washer seal and a 4mm Allen key head into the valve stem to ensure easy application and removal using the valve core removal tool lovingly integrated into the spare alloy cap.

Muc-Off Tubeless Valves

Alex Trimnell, Managing Director at Muc-Off, said “We’re pleased to continually expand our range of products which are high quality, versatile, and attractive to customers who look to customise every facet of their bike. Now our customers have access to a high quality product in either black, blue, gold, green, orange, pink, purple, or red.”

The Muc-Off Tubeless Valves will be available to buy from midday at


Tubeless Valves – RRP £22.50 / €24.99

Available in- store and online

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