Looking for 12½ inch tubes for a children’s bicycles, scooters, trolleys, prams or wheelbarrows? We stock tubes from local brands such as Positz and Factor. These products were tested several times for quality control to ensure their flexibility and durability. You can order them as a replacement for your existing tubes or spare for possible emergency situations.

You’ll never know when you’ll need one, so we highly recommend stocking a few tubes. If you’re not sure whether you should purchase a 12 inch or 12.5-inch bike tube, you should read the label on your tyre’s sidewall. If you’re still in doubt, you can get in touch with our team at Mr Cycling World for clarifications.

(6) Original price was: $24.95.Current price is: $20.00. incl GST
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(1) Original price was: $23.95.Current price is: $20.95. incl GST

Top Quality 12½ Inch Tubes Replacement

Tubes get damaged after a few months of continued use. Some even get punctured by the spokes. It’s crucial to have them replaced if they begin showing signs of wear and tear so you can ensure the efficiency of the tyres. 

Whether you need replacements for a worn or punctured 12½ inch tubes, we at Mr Cycling World can help you. We stock durable and reliable 12.5-inch tubes from Positz and Factor, two well-known brands in the cycling business. All our items are available for an affordable price. On top of that, we offer free standard shipping (conditions apply).

Signs you need to replace your bike tubes

A recurring flat tyre problem is probably the most obvious sign that you need to replace the tubes. You should also replace the tubes if the material gets punctured. To replace a defective tube, you’ll need to have some tools on hand such as tyre levers and workstands. You can easily replace your tubes in your workshop or even outside when you’re cycling on rough terrains. 

To replace the tubes, you should loosen the axle bolts first. From there, you can push the chain towards the sprocket - this way, you can remove the bike chains. Then, you need to use a tyre lever to remove the tyre from the rim. 

After detaching the tyre, you can access and remove the tube. Make sure to press the stem of the valve upwards before you pull out the worn or punctured tube. Then, carefully position the new tube. See to it that the valve stem lines up with the designed stem hole on the wheel's rim before you insert the rest of your bike tube.

Shop tubes replacement today!

Here at Mr Cycling World, you can shop tubes in various sizes. We have 12½ inch tubes, perfect for wheelbarrows, trams, trailers, trolleys and kids bicycles. They work well as replacements and spare. You’ll never know when you’ll need a tube replacement, so it’s best to have one (or a few!) in your saddlebags or workshop. Rest assured each item was tested multiple times to ensure its quality and reliability.

Not sure if a 12½ inch tube is the right choice for you? Feel free to reach out to our team. We will help you figure out which tube size is the best for your ride or equipment. Shop the best cycling supplies at Mr Cycling World.