When a new Product comes out there is normally a lot of question over its quality and the testing that it has received. When it comes to Peaty’s this is not the case. When one of the most successful downhill racers the sport has ever seen brings out his own line of products you know the quality is high.

Peaty's sealant on display

MTB Beds are really excited to be involved in the growth and development of this new brand and the exciting new products it is producing. With the signature unicorn themed design and clean branding we feel this lines up perfectly with our values. Peaty’s are focussed on bringing high quality products to the table designed by mountain bikers and driven through a passion for the sport in the exact same way we at MTB Beds look to develop our products.

We are stoked to announce that our Clients will have access to these great Peaty’s products for 2018:

 

Peaty’s Sealant

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 loam Foam

Loam Foam

Born from the professional World Cup Mountain biking circuit and designed specifically for use on high-tech bikes and their components. Peaty's Loam Foam is a professional grade, biodegradable cleaner that is tough on dirt yet safe to use on all bike surfaces including carbon, brake pads and discs.

Loam Foam's unique cleaning formulation is blended with organic gelling agents, allowing the active cleaning compounds to cling to your bike for longer. The result is a shiny clean steed with minimal effort.

 

Peaty checking his stocks on his MTB sealant

Peaty’s Tubeless Sealant will be available on our Riders Weeks destination Holiday packages where our on site mechanic will be offering a full tubeless set up service for our client's. Be it the flat out hard packed berms on Morzine, Europe's biggest bike park, or the technical, rocky terrain of Finale Ligure, home to the Enduro World Series, Peaty’s Tubeless Sealant will keep you rolling, all the way to the bar!

We are excited to grow this partnership and watch it develop and to see what Peaty’s are going to produce next. Yet another reason why 2018 is going to be bigger and better than ever!

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