Motion Pro Long Steel Tire Irons
What else do you really need?
A pair of tire irons ultimately defined. These are a little on the short side but they do the job better than any pair of flat pieces of metal I've ever bought. They're compact, sturdy, and dependable. If you ever wanted to save yourself the $25 or so for having the shop remove the tires, these will pay itself back to you after 1 tire. I'd give it an A rating for value.
August 4, 2014
not the best in the world, but cheap
guy at revzilla called me and told me the other set i had ordered was out of stock, suggested these and said he used them on his own bike. they work fine, not the easiest I've ever used but i prefer the spoons. can't complain at the price, they do what they need to do
June 30, 2014
Short, but good value
These were a good value and worked fine in connection with a full length bar, but weren't long enough to break the bead and fold over my last tires. Still need three bars, so I just bought one long, plus these two. All set
April 22, 2014
This pair of tools is highly recommended when changing your tires yourself. They are just the right length and their quality is good.
January 20, 2014
Great, inexpensive and necessary tool.
I have always disliked the fact that if I wanted a new tire on my bike I had to ride the bike with the tires around my waist and pay too much for some guy to do it. Now I found a solution that was way less money then going to a shop.
January 20, 2014
Works good if you use it correctly
Heidenau Scouts were not good tires for me to learn on. Used too much muscle a few times and started to bend the irons. When I started putting more thought into the process they worked good.
December 2, 2013
Great tire irons, no reason to take a wheel to the shop to have the tire changed, change it yourself with these!
November 23, 2013
Short But Sweet.
I had low expectations for these tire irons... they're about eight bucks for the pair, but I figured I had little to lose by trying them out. Worked beautifully on my 18" Moto Guzzi tires (120/90)... plenty of leverage and strong enough for the job. Wear gloves, though.
November 19, 2013