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    source for 28-451 Schwalbe Stelvio tires?

    Anyone have a good source for 28-451 (20" x 1-1/8) Shwalbe Stelvio tires, either in the US or with reasonable shipping rates to the US? Price to beat would be $40/tire + s&h

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    The Stelvio is now called Durano - Schwalbe was apparently having to pay royalties to use the Stelvio name.
    Calhoun has the Durano in 451 for just a hair under $40..
    http://www.calhouncycle.com/productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=116&idproduct=1862
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    Quote Originally Posted by yangmusa View Post
    The Stelvio is now called Durano - Schwalbe was apparently having to pay royalties to use the Stelvio name.
    Interesting... especially as Stelvio is the name of a fantastic pass in Italy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yangmusa View Post
    The Stelvio is now called Durano - Schwalbe was apparently having to pay royalties to use the Stelvio name...
    Does Moto Guzzi own the trademark name or does the software company with the same name? Just curious.

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