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2012 Charge Splashback Mountain Bike Tires

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Created for mountain bike cyclists who are fond of long-distance off-road rides is the new 2012 Charge Splashback folding tire, which can be used either as a front or a rear tire. Outstanding speed and mud shredding are offered by the tire’s tapered center knobs and low profile.

Giving the Splashback plenty of cornering bite are its concave walled buy viagra online side knobs. Other major features of the tire are dual tread canadian non prescription viagra compound and its 120 TPI kevlar casing. For the 1.8in model, Live Bakkarat und Live Blackjack sind die beliebtesten Casino Kartenspiele und 777 ist stolz diese Spieler den Spielern prasentieren zu konnen. the total weight is only 450g. It is available in 2.1in, as well.

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2011 Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire

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A new German tire launched this 2011 is the Schwalbe Hans Dampf, which means jack of all trades. It is not called jack of all trades for no reason. This tire is an all purpose, capable of handling various types of trails in the US.

To improving trail ride performance, the tubeless-ready features the new TrailStar Compound, a triple compound that includes an easy rolling base layer, a grippy center tread and even grippier shoulders. Sealant is recommended though the rubberized SnakeSkin sidewall guarantees an airtight seal with the rim.

Designed for American trails, the 2011 Schwalbe Hans Dampf Tire is made to tackle trails that are rockier, drier and dustier than European trails. A big contact area with the trail is made by the large lugged tread design. The tire weighs 750g and measures 2.35in.

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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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2011 GEAX Mezcal

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With a new 2.3 version for all mountain riding come 2011, the Geax Mezcal inherits more versatile than ever. It started as an XC tire but has gradually diversified, reaching all-mountain and even downhill. The Mezcal remains to be an extremely fast semi-slick tire with more grip.

The already super fast center tread with a chevron lug gets the same reinforced side knobs as used on the Gato tires. Additional sizes available are 1.9 and 2.1 with a downhill version in the works. The 2011 Geax Mezcal continues to be a TNT and standard casing. Tire weight varies from 450g to 650g with Aramid 3D bead….

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Kenda K-Rad Tires

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The K-Rad tire from Kenda was designed for multiple use like ramp, street or dirt riding. It has Kevlar built in for protection with 60 tpi construction.

Weighing in at about 14 oz., the K-Rad comes in various sizes from 1.95 to 2.35. Versions available for this multi-purpose tire are wire and folding.

The Kenda K-rad has the SRC stamp that features low rolling resistance, tread longevity and extreme durability to meet the demands of any discipline in the sport.

Tire pressure goes from 65ps to 80 psi, depending on which size or version you get. MSRP ranges from $16.99 for sizes of 1.75, 1.95 and 2.125 in 20″ tires (wire) to $24.99 for sizes 1.75, 1.95, 2.125 and 2.30 in 24″ tires (folding)….

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Schwalbe Ultremo ZX and ZLX Tires

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Schwalbe will be releasing its latest race tires, Ultremo ZX and ZLX, by the end of 2010. Marcus Hachmeyer, technician for Schwalbe, claims the ZX to be the best Ultremo yet. Weighing in at 195g, the Ultremo ZX features the RaceStar Triple Compound and HD Speed Guard technology from Schwalbe.

The RaceStar Triple Compound is an advanced arrangement of three unique compounds to produce flexible tire that has low rolling resistance and maximum grip. Hachmeyer explains, “The shoulder compound has great adhesion properties. It is very flexible, remaining in contact with the road surface while absorbing bumps and so does not lose traction under severe cornering.”

The High Density Speed Guard comes from a patented technology developed by Warwick Mills and Schwalbe. Schwalbe’s Aramid HD Guard gets a tune-up with this innovative technology. “It is the finest and densest fabric on the market. No other bicycle tire protection belt gets anywhere…

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2011 Eclat BMX Tires: Escape, Controle, Comand

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Three new tires will be released in January-February 2011 from Eclat BMX. These are Escape, Controle and Comand. All of the models come in options of black, white or skin colored walls and have 120 tpi construction. The sizes available are 2.1 and 2.3.

Escape is a tire built for a smooth and fast ride over wood and pavement. It has the lowest rolling resistance over the rest of the new models. With square-cut lines and side grip divisions for wear and tear protection, the Escape has a flat profile made for a great ride.

Controle is best for all-around street and ramp. The wide center promotes fast rolling speeds while keeping maximum slip resistance with its side wall contours.

Comand features aggressive patterns for deep digging of the trail. It has a solid and bulky profile, which can take on rugged terrain and step heights.

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