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Old 02-16-11, 10:09 PM   #1
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700 cc gumwall clinchers 25's Who sells em???

700 cc gumwall clinchers 25's Who sells em??? Finishing the "Sante" build on the Holland (local So Cal framebuilder) and I think the gumwalls would look cool

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Old 02-16-11, 10:19 PM   #2
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Gumwall Panaracer Pasela Tour Guard tires are available in 700 x 25.
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Old 02-16-11, 11:12 PM   #3
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I'll be the first of many to +1 Paselas.
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Old 02-17-11, 05:47 AM   #4
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Another vote for pasela... http://harriscyclery.net/product/pan...-bead-1730.htm

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I've got some Conti Ultra gumwall 700x25's if you want them.
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I'll be the first of many to +1 Paselas.
I'll be the 2nd of many to +2 Paselas.
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+1 Great Tires and Nashbar has them cheap all the time...

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I still insist that Paselas are not true gumwalls. Gumwalls are the color of gum hoods. They have the same problems as gum hoods, so it's a good thing that they're not. These Specialized Nimbus tires are gumwalls. They're dried out and the sidewalls are brittle and beginning to come apart.

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Paselas are good tires and I have them in both 27x1" and 700x25c.
Not as nice, but much cheaper, are the CST gumwalls available from Niagara:

http://www.niagaracycle.com/product_...oducts_id=1425

I've run these on a couple of everyday rides and used them on flippers. Same as Nashbar's in-house cheap tire.

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+3 Pasela and one of the smoothest running tire I've experienced.
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If you're building up a really nice road frame and need a good tan sidewall tire, google "veloflex". They're handmade in Italy at the old Vittoria plant, and I got a pair a few years back. Gorgeous tires.

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I still insist that Paselas are not true gumwalls. Gumwalls are the color of gum hoods.
I agree. Paselas are more of a tan color than yellow. Most folks here on the C$V prefer them though.


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Paselas are good tires and I have them in both 27x1" and 700x25c.
Not as nice, but much cheaper, are the CST gumwalls available from Niagara:

http://www.niagaracycle.com/product_...oducts_id=1425

I've run these on a couple of everyday rides and used them on flippers. Same as Nashbar's in-house cheap tire.

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I just picked up one of these CST tires at the swap meet last week. It's a cheap tire, but does have the correct color that the OP is looking for.

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+1 Paselas are great.

+1 they're not gumwalls, they're tan skinwalls...but provide the C&V look most of us strive for.
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Just bought a set of these Michelin Erilium 2 tires for cheap. They only come in 23c however, so no help for the OP. I haven't ridden them yet, but if the red strip matches your bike, they might be another option in a limited field.
http://www.performancebike.com/bikes...90?PID=2117609
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I used to ride Michelin Bib Sport 25 which was a nice, long wearing gumwall. I can only get them in 27" these days but if you find them in NOS 700c they are great. There is a similar Wolber 700x25 but I have never used it.

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Just bought a set of these Michelin Erilium 2 tires for cheap. They only come in 23c however, so no help for the OP. I haven't ridden them yet, but if the red strip matches your bike, they might be another option in a limited field.
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If you're building up a really nice road frame and need a good tan sidewall tire, google "veloflex". They're handmade in Italy at the old Vittoria plant, and I got a pair a few years back. Gorgeous tires.

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They look great.
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I don't think most know the difference between gum wall and skin wall..... I think they are just looking for a tan sidewall with the vintage look.
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