Rated 5 out of 5 by Frm58 Ottimo prodotto
Ottimo prodotto dal prezzo veramente competitivo facilità di montaggio
16 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by trjr10993 Great glue alternative
Used this tape to mount Continental Competition tubulars on set of carbon wheels. Roughed the rim with sandpaper cut to same width as tape, then cleaned with acetone. Tape was early to apply and the width was correct. Stretched tires for three days then mounted using a soft plastic pen to provide separation from tape while removing backing of tape. Added air and rode a practice 112 mile route for upcoming triathlon. Inspected tires and found no issues.
20 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Malsell Good value, easy to fit
Easy to fit, will see how well they ride later, seemed to stick really well, only problem is trying to adjust tyre once it's on
07 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by JosephSG Worth buying
It does its job. Holds the tub in place. And it is definitely way cheaper than what local bike shop charge for taping your wheels for you.
Shall review again if there is any problem.
Only tape available on CRC though.
25 September 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Simple solution
I have gone through 3 pairs of tubular tyre changes with this tape. It is so simple to mount and easy to remove with barely a sign of glue residue left.
Only gripe is the fibres coming of the sides after mounting but that being the initial phase after installation.
Definitely a try for those going the tubular way but apprehensive about using glue.
05 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Removing backing tape
To avoid tearing the paper backing tap, try inserting a pencil between the tyre and the rim fitted with the tape.
This lifts the tubular slightly making it easier to pull the backing tape out without tearing. Start from the valve and gradually work you way around the rim.
05 August 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous VERY LIGHT
Definately lighter than the competition (10 grams vs 31). The width is perfect for the modern carbon rims. Maybe could be convenient to improve the way to install, because the back side is easy to tear and not so easy to manage.
20 April 2010