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    Senior Member Woot! Woot! diamondback_man's Avatar
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    God Told Me...Buy These Tires!

    I have just found THE best tires! Tioga realesed a new line of tires for Freeride and XC.

    White Tiger
    Black Turtle
    Yellow Kirin
    Red Phonix
    Blue Dragon

    For months i have been searching for a good Freeride/XC tire, and obeveosly, i had some trouble finding that. But after seeing a magazine Ad for the Yellow Kirin, i called up a few bike shops, and one had a pair for 150$. So this morning, i bought the set, but them on, and WOW! It rolls really fast like an XC tire, but it's 26x2.4 size makes it a sweeeet freeride tire. If your in the market for new tires, check out Tioga's new ones (listed above). You WON'T be dissapointed!
    "If you've been into freeriding for very long, then you are no stranger to the letters DBR. Diamondback was pioneering freeride and mountain biking and winning world titles in downhill before most people had evern heard about this type of riding."-Diamondback Ltd.

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    Senior Member Woot! Woot! diamondback_man's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsRoar92
    well, i knew you'd think the tires were good...but i dident expect to leave you speachless!
    "If you've been into freeriding for very long, then you are no stranger to the letters DBR. Diamondback was pioneering freeride and mountain biking and winning world titles in downhill before most people had evern heard about this type of riding."-Diamondback Ltd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondback_man
    well, i knew you'd think the tires were good...but i dident expect to leave you speachless!

    Who said I liked them.

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    Senior Member Woot! Woot! diamondback_man's Avatar
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    Well, what do you have against them?
    "If you've been into freeriding for very long, then you are no stranger to the letters DBR. Diamondback was pioneering freeride and mountain biking and winning world titles in downhill before most people had evern heard about this type of riding."-Diamondback Ltd.

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    Thewy blew out causing me to have a rather gigantic crash.

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    DB Man...get Maxxis Highroller 2.3. They run narrow but ride really fast.

    Tioga's are great for the price. I ran them my first year and never had a problem EXCEPT with wear.

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    Unfortunately Maxxis doesnt do any singleplys... so i had to ditch the Maxxis idea... Shame... coz maelstrom really digs for these tires...

    whatever... i am off to try some Diesels, or Cinders...
    Where the skid marks stop...the tree begins....:D:D:D:D:D

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