How to fit a new pushchair inner tube / repair a pushchair inner tube puncture
Some people just don't know what to do when their pushchair has a puncture, they do not know how to fix a puncture. We put together this guide to show you the easiest way how to fix a puncture: by replacing the inner tube.
We know that, according to Cyclaire's First Law of Pushchair Inner Tubes, that a puncture will always occur at a time that causes maximum stress and inconvenience. With that in mind, we put together this guide to help you to repair pushchair punctures as quickly and effectively as possible.
Whilst it is possible to repair a punctured inner tube with glue and patches (the real nitty gritty of how to fix a puncture), it is much easier, much faster and more likely to be successful to simply replace the tube with a new one.
First of all, you may need to remove the wheel. In most cases, this is not necessary. If the wheel is unimpeded by the pushchair frame, there is no need to remove it (as in this picture)