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@Smoother On second thought, you should start a tire thread (with this info). Then everyone can post links to the tires they found or use. You know, name, picture, short description, link where to buy. We don't have that here yet.

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16 minutes ago, meepmeepmayer said:

@Smoother On second thought, you should start a tire thread (with this info). Then everyone can post links to the tires they found or use. You know, name, picture, short description, link where to buy. We don't have that here yet.

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2 hours ago, stephen said:

There's plenty in the uk

 

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Unfortunately they seem invisible in the States. I haven't even found an Aliexpress source yet :(

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10 minutes ago, Marty Backe said:

Unfortunately they seem invisible in the States. I haven't even found an Aliexpress source yet :(

There in stock too, would you put one on anyway marty it's dry in California you don't need one 😊

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18 minutes ago, stephen said:

There in stock too, would you put one on anyway marty it's dry in California you don't need one 😊

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I'd put one on for the 'cool' factor. One of my ACM's has a knobby tire. Hard to say for sure whether it helps in my mountain trail riding, but I really like how it sounds.

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Just now, Marty Backe said:

I'd put one on for the 'cool' factor. One of my ACM's has a knobby tire. Hard to say for sure whether it helps in my mountain trail riding, but I really like how it sounds.

I'd get less range and you know how i feel about that I'd be opening the thread again 😂😂

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The range difference is there, but at least on my old GT16 it wasn't that bad.

We really should have a thread for tire-info. Searching for relevant tires is pretty tiresome ( ho hum ).

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Hmm maybe I SHOULD try search before going of about needed threads...

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On 1/18/2019 at 1:12 PM, Scatcat said:

I found out! The tire is CST C-803 2.50-14 TT 32J

Is that definitely that right size tyre please, i might try it if i ever get a puncture

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7 hours ago, stephen said:

Is that definitely that right size tyre please, i might try it if i ever get a puncture

Screens from the video showing the markings, compare to "CST C-803 2.50-14 TT 32J":

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1 hour ago, Scatcat said:

Screens from the video showing the markings, compare to "CST C-803 2.50-14 TT 32J":

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Thank you:efee47c9c8:

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12 minutes ago, Vanzen said:

Snowing in Paris.

Quite rare ...

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Was there a few weeks ago, visited Urban 360 and the Gyroroue shop. I love how there are so many Bike lanes, EUC riders and Lime Scooters in the City. You Parisians are really enjoying life! 😊

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4 minutes ago, ED209 said:

Was there a few weeks ago, visited Urban 360 and the Gyroroue shop. I love how there are so many Bike lanes, EUC riders and Lime Scooters in the City. You Parisians are really enjoying life! 😊

Let me know if you ever go again 😊 riding around France sounds good

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9 minutes ago, stephen said:

Let me know if you ever go again 😊 riding around France sounds good

Most certainly will do, we saw all the Landmarks, the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, it was so easy to get to everything. There is even a cycle lane along the river siene! We saw so many Police, they just smiled, they don't bother you at all. 

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32 minutes ago, ED209 said:

Most certainly will do, we saw all the Landmarks, the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, it was so easy to get to everything. There is even a cycle lane along the river siene! We saw so many Police, they just smiled, they don't bother you at all. 

Nice one 😊 weather won't always be cold lol 

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That's what I'm talking about !   I'm across the border in Switzerland, and always bring my wheel when driving or taking the train to France.

@ED209

and @stephen let me know if/when you're going to Paris. It'll be a good reason for me to go back. 😀

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No problem @Coffee guy, your country is so beautiful. Will keep you posted for sure! 

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@ED209
 just wondering how it was for you to get around the language difference ?  Me: my lady speaks French..and I'm learning.  But, if I had to, I think I could manage.  😎

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2 hours ago, Coffee guy said:

@ED209
 just wondering how it was for you to get around the language difference ?  Me: my lady speaks French..and I'm learning.  But, if I had to, I think I could manage.  😎

Just have to learn in French,, have you got an electrical point😂 

But seen as you can speak we be ok 😊

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