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Vittoria completes its tubeless line-up with two new tubeless valves

Vittoria Tubeless valves on a metal workbench
(Image credit: Vittoria)

Tire manufacturer Vittoria has rounded out its tubeless tech range with a pair of new valves. Vittoria already offers tire inserts, sealant as well as a huge range of performance MTB, gravel, and road tires so the addition of tubeless valves seals completes the Vittoria tubeless system.

Tubeless valves are something that are easy to overlook, however having the best tubeless tire valves can really simplify tubeless tire setup by reducing clogging and increasing airflow. 

Vittoria is adding two new valves designed to ease the tubeless setup process. The first is a multi-way valve that features four holes in the valve base to maintain air and sealant flow when using a tire liner/insert which would otherwise block a standard valve. It features full alloy construction including an alloy cap that has a valve core tool built in. The multi-way valve will be available in 40mm, 60mm, 80mm, and 100mm to cater to all rim depths. The second valve features a standard singleway valve and has been made from brass for increased durability. The brass valve comes in 40mm and 60mm lengths.

Vittoria Tubeless valves on a metal workbench

(Image credit: Vittoria)

Vittoria says that both valves are compatible with all the best tubeless tire sealant, even high [article sealants which have a  tendency to block valves easily. If they do become blocked, both valves feature a replaceable gasket and valve core.

Both Valves are available now, for more information head to Vittoria.com (opens in new tab).

Graham Cottingham
Graham Cottingham

Graham is all about riding bikes off-road. Based in Edinburgh he has some of the best mountain biking and gravel riding in the UK right on his doorstep. With almost 20 years of riding experience, he has dabbled in downhill, enduro and, most recently, gravel racing. Not afraid of a challenge, Graham has embraced bikepacking over the last few years and likes nothing more than strapping some bags to his bike and covering big miles to explore Scotlands wildernesses. When he isn’t shredding the gnar in the Tweed Valley, sleeping in bushes or tinkering with bikes, he is writing tech reviews for Bike Perfect and the muckier side of Cyclingnews 


Rides: Canyon Strive, 24 Bicycles Le Toy 3, Surly Steamroller

Height: 177cm

Weight: 71kg