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Tyres & Inner Tube

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The tires of your bike probably have the greatest influence on the performance of your bike and also on your riding experience. Depending on whether you are riding a mountain bike in the nearby forest or a road bike out in the countryside, there is a suitable tire for every type of bike. These differ in properties such as rolling resistance, weight, traction, with and without puncture protection.

Bicycle tires and tubes are available in different sizes, models, widths and with different tire profiles and rubber compounds. It is not so easy to keep track of them all. Here you can find more information about bicycle tires.


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Different types of bicycle tires

  1. Road tires: These tires are smooth and offer little rolling resistance on asphalt. They are ideal for fast rides on paved roads and provide excellent grip on dry surfaces.

  2. Mountain Bike Tires: These tires are more coarsely treaded to provide grip on uneven terrain. They come in different variations such as tubular or tubeless and are designed for different surfaces such as mud, gravel and rocks.

  3. Trekking or city tires: These tires are a mix of road and mountain bike tires. They provide good grip on different surfaces and are often equipped with puncture protection to ensure durability.

  4. Gravel tires: Gravel tires are ideal for adventure seekers. They offer a balance of tread and rolling resistance and are suitable for a variety of surfaces, from gravel roads to light trails.

Differences in tire size and width

Bicycle tires come in a variety of sizes and widths. Size is often specified in inches (e.g., 26", 27.5", 29") and width in millimeters (e.g., 23 mm, 35 mm). Larger tires provide more traction on rough terrain, while narrower tires have less rolling resistance on the road.

Why the bicycle tire is so important

The bike tire is the only connection between you and the road. It affects the comfort, speed and control of your bike. A good tire can improve handling and safety. Choosing the right tire depends on your riding style, the routes you plan to take, and the terrain you ride on.

What to look for when buying bicycle tires:

  • Tire size: make sure the tire fits the size of your rims and frame.

  • Tire width: Choose the width based on your riding style and road conditions. Narrower tires are often faster, while wider tires offer more comfort.

  • Tread: Consider which tread is best for your riding style. Smoother treads are more efficient on the road, while coarser treads offer more traction on dirt roads.

  • PunctureProtection: Look for tires with puncture protection to minimize unwanted incidents.

  • Tubelessoption: tubeless tires offer less risk of punctures and can be repaired with sealant.

Overall, the bike tire is a deciding factor in your riding experience. The right choice can make the difference between an effortless ride and a grueling excursion. Learn about the different tire options, test them out if possible, and consult with experts to find the best tire for your needs.