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WTB Raijin Mountain Bike Tire

On July 10, 2011 By

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Named for the Japanese gods of lightning, thunder and rain, this square-block, mid-tread XC tire features an open, soil-clearing pattern that will deliver you to backcountry peaks and the top of the podium. The Raijin really shines in sloppy, muddy conditions. Aramid bead DNA rubber Lightweight casing Usage - Cross [...]

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Avenir Streetster Tires

On June 8, 2011 By

53-80 psi casings roll easy. Ride your mountain bike on the road. Kevlar® versions feature a Kevlar® belt under the tread to prevent flats.

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Avenir by Raleigh is the premier bicycle accessory line from legendary Raleigh Bicycles.... More >>

Avenir Streetster Tires [...]

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They both have the same type of valve, and my car tires have less than half the pressure of my bike tires. True, it is more volume, but that just means more pumps, right?

And if it is possible, why doesn't everyone have a bike pump in his or her car?
My bike tires [...]

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Kenda Kozmik Lite II Tire

On April 1, 2011 By

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L3R Pro rubber compound - L3R PRO is an upscale version of L3R. Benefits are low rolling resistance, increased tread life and a lighter tire. Hard-pack semi-slick design that retains traction like a knobby Multi-use tread design - appropriate for racing or casual riding Each knob has been designed with [...]

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Improved for 2008 Lower weight, lower rolling resistance, and more g Featuring the new U-Blocks that make the tire grip 30-55 psi, 67 EPI 460 grams

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The most successful competition tire. We made it even more merciless - lower weight, lower rolling resistance, better grip. Racing Ralph is now "next [...]

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Tire pressure is a very important facet of riding any kind of bike, including mountain bikes. By learning how to set the tire pressure, you can give yourself more control and help to make the ride down the mountain smoother. If the tire pressure is too low, then you will find that it is much [...]

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The Mountain King rules the Rockies Weight: 650g/775g Recommended PSI: 50 Max PSI: 65 PU: 5

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The Mountain King rules the Rockies. For those who believe in the benefits of tubeless MTB tires we offer our all-rounder the Mountain King. With widths of 2.2 and 2.4 mm its ready for [...]

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