Peaty's Tubeless Sealant
Mountain bike legend Steve Peat may have retired from racing Downhill World Cups in 2016 but he certainly hasn't taken his foot off the gas when it comes to pushing the limits of the sport.
Peaty has been working closely with a team of scientists and product developers over the past two years to develop a revolutionary tubeless tyre sealant that will not readily dry out or ‘ball up' within the tyre unlike most tubeless sealants currently available on the market.
The non-hazardous, non-toxic and completely biodegradable formula has been tried and tested by Peaty and a motley crew of the world's best Downhill and Enduro mountain bike racers on the UCI Downhill World Cup, British Downhill and the Enduro World Series circuits.
The biodegradable ‘nano-platelets' in Peaty's Tubeless Sealant perform like platelets do in the blood and assist with the repair of larger holes and tears in the internal tyre. The ‘nano-platelets' are completely biodegradable but look like blue glitter so if you do happen to blow a tyre off the rim, it looks spectacular!
Peaty's 120ml Trail Pouch
Our unique trail pouch has been designed to get you started with enough sealant to do two 27.5" wheels, and to be the perfect emergency refill when out on the trails or at the races.
Chuck it into your trail bag, glovebox or toolbox and use the 60ml filling guide printed onto the rear of the pouch to assist with topping up. The spout has also been designed to assist with injecting through a de-cored valve, or directly into the tyre - whichever you prefer!
Don't throw it away though - simply refill your old pouch from our 1ltr workshop bottle and you're good to go again!
Peaty's 1ltr Workshop Bottle
Our carefully considered 1ltr workshop bottle has a filling guide printed on the side so you don't have to use messy measuring cups like with other sealants. Simply cut the spout to your preferred diameter and use it to fill the tyre directly.
Ratings & Reviews
Sets hard as epoxy
by Michael - Staff -
This stuff works, it seals your tyres just great. However, it also kinda like nuclear waste - impossible to get rid of. I got some on some fresh black riding shorts, and now they have a questionable stain on them - even after two washes. The worst part is getting if off your frame/wheels. I gashed a tyre (as you do riding off road), which sprayed my frame/wheels with sealant (this happens). However trying to remove the old sealant later was virtually impossible. My frame has a raw alloy finish, and I struggled to get it off even with a scourer. Would you use a scourer on your fresh carbon rig? No. To clean up my inside rim surface, I needed to use a chisel. Can get Stans off with my fingernail. Would not buy again.
Good sparkly sealant
by Trent -
Nice thick sealant, does the job for keeping air in tyres. However I over-inflated a tyre trying to get it to bead and it exploded and now thanks to the glitter in the sealant my garage looks like a fabulous unicorn bukkake scene and I'm still getting glitter out of stuff a week later.
Best sealant I have ever used
by Wolfandmuskrat -
Sealed up a problematic Carbon wheelset where everything else failed
Tubeless sealent goodness
by Sam h. -
The BEST tuneless sealent I have ever used. Super easy to work with!