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Looking for green tires...none on Probikekit...

Old 02-05-09, 06:07 PM
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Looking for green tires...none on Probikekit...

700c clinchers...green.....???
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vittoria pave
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Green is one of our team colors...

We've all been cancasing for quite some time... the only ones I've found are the Vittoria's or Schwalbe Stelvio's.
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where can i get them?
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Wiggle Best price I've found on these yet, pretty close to wholesale. These tires are awesome. Be advised that they are 24-25mm and a bit heavier than lightweight clinchers. They're a super plush ride and nice for wet conditions.
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Originally Posted by OC Roadie View Post
Wiggle Best price I've found on these yet, pretty close to wholesale. These tires are awesome. Be advised that they are 24-25mm and a bit heavier than lightweight clinchers. They're a super plush ride and nice for wet conditions.
+1. That's for sure.
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Are colored tires worse for cornering or is that a myth?
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Are colored tires worse for cornering or is that a myth?
I'd say mostly a myth but there are occasion where the colored tires aren't suposed to be as good as the black ones, like the Conti GP4000 and Schwalbe Ultremo.
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vitttoria pave's are green and handle/corner very well even in the wet.
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