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2011 Panaracer Ribmo PT Commuter Tire

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Released for 2011 is a road-commuter’s tire from Panaracer called Ribmo. Along with the Kevlar-belted PT Puncture Resistant Technology is the All Contact Tread Shape, which pertains to the oblong-ish profile of the tire.

With such an unconventional design, the tire can accomplish four things. These include smooth and predictable transition from center to side, maintained contact with the tread, reduced tread cuts through the elongated sidewall surface, and a unique shape that caters to all riders and riding styles.

While the 2011 Panaracer Ribmo PT Commuter Tire seems to be innovative, it has some downsides. Since the tire tends to sketch, dive, surf, and drift erratically on variable riding surfaces, it does not tackle ice, snow, muck, mud, and dirt well.

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2011 Panaracer Trailraker Tires

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Panaracer tires are known as high quality bicycle tires. These tires are specially designed for crucial split-second track races. They can perform well in different purposes such as a long, epic road race, MTB races and even a personal ride. In 2010, the Trailraker was presented as the best winter trail tire on the market. Now, it is back in 2011 and is still ideal for muddy winter riding.

2011 Panaracer Trailraker offers maximum winter grip on wet rocks, greasy roots, soft mud and cambers. This type of tire has mid-height spikes and dual-compound rubber and is lightweight. Because it is lightweight, it has a good accelerating power.

Crafted with top-quality compound technology, 2011 Panaracer Trailraker tire offers excellent performance on track, trail, or road. For winter riding that consists of more than just trail centers, these tires show great performance in dealing with the tremendous mud. …

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