Tubliss long term review 2018

Kenda Ibex with tubliss

I have been using Tubliss for years and from time to time I get asked the following question:

How long does Tubliss last?

The answer is it depends…..

This is a full Long Term Review of Tubliss System Gen 2.0


A long time ago I first heard about the Nuetech Tubliss System from a “Dirt bike Magazine” and they raved about it.

But like anything new there is always a little doubt in your mind until you get more social proof

I always wanted to try Tubliss but I didn’t personally know anyone that had experience with it.

It wasn’t until I met one of my now riding buddies Scott.

Scott had been using Tubliss on his bike for a while and had nothing but good things to say about it.

This is when I decided to take the plunge.

I bought my first set a Tubliss and installed them at my buddies house.

Since then I have put hundred of hours on the Tubliss system and here is what I have learned.

  1. The most important thing to do when using Tubliss is to make sure you INSTALL them correctly.
  2. Make sure to check the high pressure inner tube before every ride
  3. When putting on new tires make sure not to grab the red liner with a tire spoon

Now, I am sure you are wondering what issues I have had with Tubliss?

To be honest I haven’t had any real issues with it. The only thing is I had one front tire with Tubliss that would leak air out of the front high compression inner tube.

This inner tube would go flat after a few days. Not sure why but this was an easy fix with a new $18 inner tube.

This only happened once.

After that I haven’t had a SINGLE issue with Tubliss. (As soon as I do have an issue I will let you know)

None of the 5 guys I ride with has ever had issues with the Tubliss system failing either.

The first time I got a flat tire with Tubliss, I had to ride out 12 miles to the truck on a flat (wasn’t carrying tire plugs at the time).

The Tubliss never failed.

Whenever you get a flat tire all you need to do is plug it with a plug kit like you see below

Tubliss tire plug kit

Now.

When changing the tire I always check the red liner to see how much damage its taken. 

Typically even if it looks worn it still works great.

I personally think that Tubliss lasts longer then Mousse bibs.

==> click here to see Mousse vs Tubliss

The other thing is I really like the ability to is manage the air pressure of your tire Mousse bibs don’t allow for that.

I will continue to give updates on the this article

 

 

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