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  • The nylon Speedier lever has a protective guard that arcs over your knuckles, helping protect them if your hand slips when installing or removing a tire

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Best Use Cycling
Weight 26 grams
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easiest tire lever to use. Recently I was recommended this tire lever and decided to give it a try. By far it is the easiest and fastest lever I have used. (I have broken many regular plastic ones and started to use steel core ones) Having the second side to put on stubborn tires is useful when you can't get it back on by hand. It is designed to prevent you from pinching your new tube when prying the tire back on. Also having the knuckle guard saves your hands if you have flat spokes. The best part, you only need one. Even though it is made of plastic, very sturdy and never had an issue with strength.
Date published: 2014-06-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Piece of Cake As a result of a theft I recently purchased a new bike and a new set of new accessories that included tire levers. Within the first month I rolled over a staple and was the victim of a slow-leak. Thankfully it occurred close to home. The rims are quite deep and, as a result, it took me several hors that included bloodied knuckles, sweat and frustration to remove the tire and tube with my conventional levers. As a result, I ruined the levers and a couple of tubes. While researching the wheels, to determine if there have been similar frustrations, I happened upon the Speedier Lever. I was impressed with the comments and went to my local REI. I wanted to test the tool and my ability/inability to change out the tire and tube faster than my previous attempt. I was pleasantly surprised as it took me only 5 minutes to remove and reinstall. Great design and a very effective tool that is now in my under-seat wedge.
Date published: 2014-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Look no further for a tire lever. This is it! If I could give this product 10 stars I certainly would! You spend a lot less time being frustrated with installing tires and more time on the road enjoying the sport of cycling! You might think you need to buy two, but one is all you need! This lever is far more superior than conventional levers (pedro's/park tools). Great design for narrow tires. It used to take me 40 minutes to put on ONE single tire, now it takes about 5 minutes per wheel. I am absolutely more confident about reducing the risk of pinching the tube with this lever. It is a flawless design and doesn't take a genius to figure out how to use it. I love this product. I used to hate putting on road tires and would have a shop do it, however now I would not mind fixing a flat or putting on a new tire. Just save yourself some frustration and pay the extra 3 bucks for a better lever. You will NOT regret it!
Date published: 2016-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best tool to have in your saddle bag i had to go out and buy this nifty tire lever ever since I used my brother's. The first time taking off the tire; it was quick and painless and putting the tire back on was just as easy. Very easy to grip and handy groove that fits onto the rim of the bike to allow for easy installation. I carry mine in the sadle bag and use the old tire levers for the tool box.
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Must Cycling Tool I have been riding for a long time and used tire levers to fix flats like nearly everyone I know. They work well for removing the tire, but are very bad for putting the tire back on. Not only is it difficult, but pinch flats are unpreventable some of the time. I bought a "bead jack". It works extremely well, but is bulky and does not fit in the back of the seat wedge pack. Then I bought the Crank Bro "Speedier Tire Lever". It fits in the tool wedge. Check. I have now tested it on all 6 wheels I own. Check. Some have deep rims because they take tubeless tires making it very difficult to remount tires after fixing a flat. It has worked every time and no pinch flats, and in record time - maybe 5 minutes max to remount the tire. A couple of tires were still pretty tough, but they succumbed. I still can't say that I am looking forward to a flat while I am riding so I can use this tool in the field, but I am certainly no longer concerned.
Date published: 2015-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must have for tubeless This is a great evolution of their Speed Lever. Since the install side hooks into the bead channel, you can really force stubborn tubeless ready tires to pop over into the rim bed. No more awkward normal tire levers prying, when you can use a little brute force to get stubborn tires mounted.
Date published: 2013-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Make Tire Removal and Mounting a Very Quick Task I have several brand of tires and both wire and folding bead tires. For starters I have been able to remove both wire and folding bead tires in seconds with just this one tool. Now on to the really good stuff. The Speedier Lever makes mounting a tire a piece of cake. There are some tires that have taken me nearly 30 minutes of sweat and blood (literally knuckle blood sacrifice to mount) using regular tire irons. Let's not forget the number of tubes that have gotten pinch flats just from mounting. All of these problems go away with the Speedier Lever. I can fully mount the second bead of a tire in well under 30 seconds and no longer fear pinch flats. With the Speedier Lever I now feel free to swap tires at will to match the conditions instead of sucking it up and just riding with what's on the rim. Some serious cyclists have several sets of wheels ready to go with different tires to match conditions. This might make sense for a race, but for the average person with a couple (or more) sets of tires the Speedier Lever will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in wheel sets. The Speedier Lever is NOT a gimmick. It works and works well!
Date published: 2015-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Tire Lever I have ever used! I had a tire with a tall rim and the bead was so tight, I was worried I was going to destroy the tire. I ruined two (old) tire levers and worked for hours to try and get my stubborn tire off. In less than 5 minutes, Speedier had the tire off and ready to install on my new rim. It performed beautifully.
Date published: 2012-10-23
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Several reviews suggested that you only need one of these to remove the tire. Is this correct? I've always needed two tire irons (levers) in the past.

Asked by: SparseMatrix
For the most part that is correct. In most situations, with a little practice, you will be able to remove and install your tires with only one of the Crankbrothers Speedier Tire Lever. With some more difficult rims and stiffer tires it may require a little extra help from a second tire lever.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-08-11
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