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Old 01-09-2012, 02:02 PM   #16
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where can we buy ride touring tires in usa?
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I love the rubber, however, on the premount, the rims are hard and brittle.

Grip and wear are very good in the scorching heat where track temp easily reaches 60C.
I could get at least 15 good 5 min runs using 10.5T on an abbrasive technical track where a fast lap time is in the range of 13s.

The rubber is more firm comparing with Sorex 36 and is comparable with Sorex 40.

I would use them as training tires, mounting the tires on other than the premount rims.
Sorex 40 is a bit more loose/faster.
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