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    Top 5 ****** snortCRANK's Avatar
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    can someone ID these wheels/tires

    http://velospace.org/node/2913

    I think they are the tires, but I could definitely be wrong.

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    Schwalbe Marathons come with reflective sidewalls, and would be 'touring appropriate' -- Conti makes GP4000s in 700x25 with reflective sidewalls as well.

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    rando pros as well
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    michelin has the transworld with reflective sidewalls, but i had bad luck with them on my old commuter.

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    didn't the one way come with reflective sidewall tires standard?

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    yup: vittoria.
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