Tubeless tires have come a long way since the days of “ghetto tubeless,” but they’re still not infallible. A flat tire can happen to even the best tubeless set ups. Before you go installing an inner tube though, there’s a good chance you can fix that flat with a plug – a plug like the Slug Plug from Ryder Cycling.
While the concept of plugging a tubeless tire is fairly straight forward, the actual process might not be as clear as I recently found when a friend ended up flat trail side with a plug kit but no idea how to actually use it.
So now is your chance to ask anything for Ryder Cycling when it comes to plugging tires, installing valves, using CO2 cartridges, and more. The company offers a wide range of accessories, but recently has focused on their Slug Plug, Slyder storage system, and Nutcracker multi-tool. The combination should be able to get you rolling again, but only if you know how to use them. Here’s your chance to get ahead of the game before you get your next flat!
Submit your questions through THIS LINK, and we’ll dive into the answers in the next weeks!