GAADI Bicycle Tube


    with the GAADI Bicycle Tube, it’s a piece of cake to repair


    Your bike ride can easily get under way again after just a few minutes


or two.

The concept: From one comes two.

You’re bound to get a flat tyre just you don’t need one. Even we’ve been through it – a flat tyre got in our way during a family bike ride, and we didn’t have the necessary tools with us to fix it. During the days after, we asked ourselves over and over again if there wasn’t any other way to change a bicycle tube, without also having to change the wheel. And now the possibility is here! After a yearlong process of trying, testing and finally manufacturing a prototype, we developed the GAADI bicycle tube with two ends. It is extremely practical for e-bikes and roadsters, for example, but it can also save the day if you’re riding mountain bikes.


The GAADI bicycle tube is made from a high-quality rubber compound and has two ends.

It is available in various wheel sizes: 20, 24, 26, 27.5 and 28 inches. It can be supplied with either a Dunlop (DV), Schrader- (SV) or Presta (FV) valves.

The GAADI bicycle tube, like most conventional tubes, is made from butyl and as such its weight when empty is the same as that of a standard tube. The valve is placed in the first third of the tube in order to make it easier to insert into the casing.


Available for the following wheel sizes

Available for the following valves



Do you feel deflated?

Or is that your tyre?

We’ll get both you and your bicycle back on the road in no time, as changing your bicycle tube is a piece of cake with GAADI. And you won’t even get your hands dirty in the process!

Instead of painstakingly removing the wheel or chain guard, the open-ended GAADI bicycle tube can simply be inserted into the casing. Even complex systems for changing gears, braking or driving don’t pose a problem for the GAADI bicycle tube!

It doesn’t matter whether you’re training, taking some leisure time or on your way to work – when it comes to a flat tyre, you can change the bicycle tube both quickly and easily. No toolbox. No injuries. No dirt.



The GAADI bicycle tube is small, light and can be tucked away in a saddle bag without a problem. It’s also super easy to assemble. Both ends of the GAADI bicycle tube meet by applying low air pressure, creating a seamless connection. Just like conventional tubes, you won’t feel any imbalance. Why not give it a try!

  1. Take off one side of the casing from the wheel rim with a tyre lever.
  2. Remove the damaged, conventional tube from the casing.
  3. Unroll the GAADI tube and pump it up slightly.
  4. Take a small part of the GAADI tube, inserting the valve into the valve hole and secure with a nut.
  5. By turning the wheel, insert the tube little by little. Please make sure that the tube doesn’t twist when being inserted.
  6. Place the casing back onto the wheel rim. Now pump up the tyre as normal. Please be aware how much pressure is feasible for your bike casing and make sure it sits correctly on the wheel rim.
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Tips & Tricks

Please try and avoid these mistakes.

Inserting the tube is as easy as pie if you pay attention to our tips and tricks::

Right size

Select the GAADI bicycle tube with the matching size by comparing the size on the package with the indication on the bicycle tires


Ensure that the tube does not twist during installation


Pump the tube slightly before installation


Ensure that the tube ends do not overlap during or after installation

Isn’t it easy?


Indentation / The ends of the tube overlap

The ends of the tube are too far apart

The tube is twisted



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