Dynaplug Launches New Carbon Racer

Dynaplug Launches New Carbon Racer

Ian Collins, 21/05/2020
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Ian Collins, 21/05/2020

Tubeless tires are not only faster to ride, they are also faster to repair in the event of a puncture. Dynaplug has established itself as the best solution for fast repairs in the field, and now introduces a new Carbon Racer tool made of glass-filled Nylon to plug pesky punctures that evade sealant.

The Carbon Racer is ultralight at a mere 14g– half the weight of the already-light aluminum racer, and highly durable. Discerning riders who care about every gram and prize a minimal form factor will appreciate that the Carbon Racer is the smallest and lightest plugging tool available.

Following the form of the popular Racer tool, the Carbon Racer is double-sided, with one standard Soft Tip plug and one Megaplug ready to plug almost any type of puncture. Kits include 3 spare plugs and snug snap-on caps to protect each end.  A second model of Carbon Racer is forthcoming, optimized for smaller tires and punctures with two Soft Tip plug tubes.

Less weight and faster repairs are the game here. Even the complimentary bolt-on Carbon Silicone tool holder is super-light at 10g, mounting under bottle cages or to other accessory points for maximal tool security and availability for quick puncture plugging. The holder is also compatible with the classic Racer.

The all new Cannondale Scalpel has integration for the new Dynaplug Racer.

Carbon Racer Kit Includes:

  • Dynaplug® Carbon Racer tool
  • 3 – Regular Plugs (Pointed tip)
  • 2 – Megaplugs ( Bullet tip)
  • 2 – Road Insertion tubes
  • Carbon Silicone Tool Holder

Carbon Racer Highlights:

  • Ultralight at 14g- half the weight of classic alloy Racer
  • Molded of Nylon 6 plus 30% glass fill fibers
  • Included Silicon holder installs under bottle cage or to accessory mounts
  • The lightest tire plugging tool in the world.
  • Smallest form factor. Biggest punch, highest quality.
  • Lifetime warranty
  • $47.99 MSRP

More info:

www.dynaplug.com/carbonracer