On the safe side – with Eurobike!
All Eurobike bikes have a special casing that is supposed to prevent a flat tire from happening in the first place. If you still have a flat tire, or the damage is too great, then help is just a short phone call away! We’ll send someone over to make repairs as soon as possible or provide you with a spare bike.
Our on-site Eurobike support ensures that your tour doesn’t deflate so quickly – you can be sure of that!
Replacethe damaged inner tube
In our video we show you how a burst bike tube can be quickly and easily replaced with a new one, even if you have no experience. If you prefer to have the individual steps in front of you in writing, then it is best to read the following instructions.
With our easy tips it is easy to change the tube, even for beginners – we promise!
Step 6: Insert the bike tube
Now you can put the new inner tube through the valve opening, carefully push the inner tube under the tyre and slowly start pumping it up checking that it is in place. Make sure it is not caught on anything. Through an almost kneading-like action you can make sure that the inner tube is sitting correctly inside the tyre.
Repairing an inner tube
It is never particularly pleasant repairing an inner tube whilst out cycling. Therefore we suggest having a spare inner tube that you can use. If you are feeling motivated after your cycle ride, then you can repair your damaged inner tube very quickly and then use it as another reserve inner tube.
You can also find out how to optimally care for your bike chain - so that your bike runs like clockwork!