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Peatys 50To01 Tubeless Valves MK2

Peatys 50To01 Tubeless Valves MK2

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With some of the world's most influential mountain bikers making up 50:01 including Steve Peat, Josh "Ratboy" Bryceland, Josh "Loosedog" Lewis and Sam Dale, 50:01 create some of the hottest mtb riding content on the planet. Showcasing the fun, laid back and stylish side of bike riding, the riders behind 50:01 have over 1 million followers on their own social media channels, and the 50:01 YouTube page currently has more than 11 million video views. With a strong youth following, we are stoked to collaborate with them on their own 50:01 Rasta MK2 valve colourway and to announce that all of the 50:01 crew will be using our range of products for 2021 and beyond.

Made from premium lightweight, high strength 7075 aluminium, Peaty's MK2 Tubeless Valves fit most tubeless setups from MTB to road and cyclocross, including carbon, enduro and DH rims.

Our unique x-cut base has been designed to work with all tyre inserts. The channels cut into the base of the valve allow air and sealant to pass through when inserts are pushed up against them. Unlike most other insert-compatible valves, our valves have a straight-through design so there's no reduction of sealant or air flow when tyre inserts are not used.

Fitting couldn't be easier. Integrated o-rings prevent the lock rings from scratching your precious rims and large soft rubber bases easily create an airtight seal.

Designed by riders, for riders. Our valves come as standard with an integrated valve core remover cap and spoke key cap (for standard 3.4mm spoke nipples). This makes tightening loose spokes and topping up with sealant a breeze, either in the workshop or out on the trails.

Crushed a rubber or snapped an o-ring? No problem, check out our maintenance kits to spruce up your valves when swapping to your next set of wheels or new bike.


  1. Remove valve cap, o-ring and lock nut.
  2. Insert valve through valve hole in rim.
  3. Push the o-ring onto valve stem.
  4. Thread the lock nut onto valve stem.
  5. Hand tighten lock nut until firm.
  6. Screw on valve cap.
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