Ahead of testing the range of Peaty’s Products to see whether they can cut the mustard, we take a closer look at the range from the Big Man.

If you want to clean your bike, make it run sweet or keep the wind in your tubeless setup, Peaty’s Products have got you covered. We take a look through the box that just landed on our doorstep.

Loam Foam Concentrate.

Designed to make five litres of Loam Foam from a litre of concentrate, while claiming to use 20% less plastic in the process and take up more room.

Loam Foam is a biodegradable cleaner that’s safe to use on all parts of the bike. Organic gelling agents stick to the bike for longer, designed to leave the bike clean and shiny as a result.

The one litre bottle of Loam Foam Concentrate costs £19.99.

Degreaser.

A foaming drivetrain degreaser designed to be used in conjunction with the Loam Foam to get your lubed areas free of the dirt that’s been collected there while out on the trail.

Spray on, wait, hose off, then brush off any stubborn cack that might not want to move. Simple.

It’s as simple as that really. There’s not that much you can say to excite when it comes to degreasers. That’s really what it does.

Available in 500ml or 1 litre bottles for £10.00 and £14.99 respectively.

Sealant 120ml Trail Pouch.

Used by the Syndicate, 50:01 and Intense Factory Racing gives Peaty’s white goo the seal of approval.

Non-toxic, biodegradable and provides enough sealant in the 120ml pouch for two 27.5″ wheels. The spout is designed to be used directly with a de-cored Presta valve. It can also be re-filled from the 1 litre workshop bottle.

Starch-derived ‘nano-platelets’ do the job of sealing all but the biggest holes to keep the wind in your wheels.

The 120ml Trail Pouch of sealant comes in at £7.99 RRP, £29.99 for the 1 litre bottle and £124.99 for the 5 litre workshop pump tub.

Tubeless Valves.

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It may not seem like the most exciting product of all time but done right, good tubeless valves can make all the difference.

One key element is the valve core tool built into the anodised alloy valve cap. A nice touch that makes filling with sealant all the more easy. Just don’t lose them when you’re fixing a flat.

40mm length, designed to seal an 8mm valve hole and will fit any modern rim. 60mm valves are also available.

These are backed up by a replacement policy for any valves that stop working, break or snap in situations outwith you being ham-fisted.

A pair of 40mm valves will cost you £17.99.

Rim Job rim tape.

Available in 9 metre rolls in several widths, including 21mm, 25mm, 30mm and 35mm with a stretchy, translucent material sporting a rigid core. The core is also recyclable.

Why translucent? Well, if you hold your wheel up to the light, you will be able to find the valve hole. Again, not the most exciting product, but some thought has gone into it.

A single 9 metre roll will do up to four 29″ wheels.

Regardless of width, the Rim Job tape is £15.00.

LinkLube.

Designed as a 2-part lube almost to get into the very depths of the chain’s links, while lubricating between the chain and sprockets, the LinkLube has again had some thought put into it.

Designed to work well in all conditions, this lube should always come in handy to get the squeak out of your chain.

Funnily enough, this doesn’t do your brakes any good and will contaminate your pads. If you’re that cack-handed though, we can’t help you.

LinkLube comes in a 120ml bottle and is £10.00 RRP.

Check out all Peaty’s Products over on the home page here.


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