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Insight into the importance of tyres

In no other motorsport is the importance of the tyre so apparent, as with motorbikes. This video explains why...




Tagged as: tyres , motorbikes , Bike tyres

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mechwira - Unregistered

November 06, 2010 9:33 AM

i dont get how some people assume the tyre companies are able to make ultra-high grip tyres with supreme longevity all in one. if such a tyre existed racers wouldnt be choosing between soft medium hard compounds, they'd be using qualifiers which magically last the entire race. face it: if you're gonna slap on 2CT or Supercorsa's on a sportsbike and ride like the devil is chasing you, you're wearing them off quickly. You want longevity, you slap on touring tyres. And then pray hard you don't fall off trying to elude the devil. i'll stick to regularly replacing my 2CT and supercorsa's, thank you very much.



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