BeadPro™ Tire Bead Breaker and Lever Tool Set

  • Innovative multi-use tire tool set
  • Breaks the bead on most street and off road motorcycle tires
  • Integrated tire spoons for tire removal and installation
  • Light weight and compact size is perfect for tool packs (just 9 ounces for set of 2)
  • Length of each lever is 249 mm (9.8")
  • Ergonomic handles with crossguard to keep hand from riding forward
  • Forged 7075-T6 aluminum construction for strength and durability
  • Black anodized finish
  • Patented Design

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They're the answer...
I've been changing tires for over 50 years, as a dealer and a racer and RTW rider, and demo my techniques at my events and other events. Before the BeadPro, we used many methods, like the sidestand trick for side-of-the-road bead breaking on tubeless tires. Dangerous but works! I now recommend the BeadPro levers to everyone - it's definitely by far the best method to break the bead on even the toughest tubeless tire and rim combination at the side of the road. I don't travel without them. Grant Johnson
on April 15, 2020

Don't look at the pictures
The pictures with the instructions on the back of the package show the first lever being used upside-down. The wording of the instructions is correct though could be clearer on this point. And the pictures and video on this product page are correct. These are excellent: useful, non-marring. lightweight.
on August 2, 2021

They work!
Decided I'd give these a try, since I'm tired of the C-clamp method. I just changed the tires on my Super Tenere, and these did the job. They're not a miracle worker; like anything else with tires, you may to need to work your way around a bit before you get the bead to fully drop. I bought my bike used, and it looks like the tires were on there for a long time. The front came unseated pretty quickly, the rear took a little more effort, but still way more effective than the C-clamp or sidestand method. Plus, you can carry these.
on June 11, 2023

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