Tannus Tires

May 26, 2016

Category: Gear

Surprisingly, bicycle tires haven’t seen a lot of innovation over the years. In fact, we’re still using the same tires that use the same inter tubes that we’ve been using for decades. Now, there’s a better tire available named the Tannus tire.

This tire is completely without an inter tube, and has a solid design that can withstand everything that would normally stop a normal tire in its tracks. It can stand up to nails, glass, and any other obstructions in the road that would normally pop a hole in your tire, causing you to have to stop and repair it. It uses patented Aither technology that makes it 100% solid, and it’s scientifically engineered out of the micro closed cell polymer resin. These tires are slightly lighter than most of the average bicycle tires on the market, which will shave off unwanted weight from your bike rides. It’s available in 12 colors, including pink, blue, green and more. [Purchase]

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