Singlespeed & Fixed Gear - New "Fixie" skidding tire...
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03-16-11, 02:52 PM
For Bikes without Brakes.
Specially developed for "fixie" bikes where transmission braking can lock the back wheel and is extremely tread abrasive. Durano Skid can withstand such "abuse" considerably longer than other tires thanks to its deeper and abrasion resistant tread. Its strong rubber-coated side wall also affords better durability.
03-16-11, 03:53 PM
Cool. Nice to see bit companies addressing such a niche market. I wuold probly buy it if it has as much grip as an everwear.
03-16-11, 03:55 PM
OoOoOoh wut we have here?
*Adds to tires to try list; right under the the freedom thickslicks.
03-17-11, 02:23 AM
No choice of white, green, pink, or yellow in color? PASS
nice thought but I prefer a wider tire, my roads aren't smooth enough for a 25c
03-17-11, 09:33 AM
03-17-11, 09:52 AM
just throwing it out there haha, i will probably pick one up for my rear after my rando skids out
p.s. i have no brakes and i skid like 80% of the time im on my bike, like i dont even ride, i walk to the top of hills and nuts 2 stem all the way down.
03-17-11, 10:23 AM
like i dont even ride, i walk to the top of hills and nuts 2 stem all the way down.
cool story brah, I never liked riding unless I was rockin mad skidzz steez either.
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