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Our most versatile BMX tire - features a tightly spaced knob pattern. A unique design that rolls extremely well on pavement and still hooks up in hardpack conditions.
Wirebead: As it can be the economy option, it is used for downhill riding. The wire beads are less elastic than the aramid-fiber (Kevlar) beads used in folding tires, which helps hold the tire to the rim in hard cornering at lower tire pressure.
Folding: The main advantage of a folding-bead tire is its weight. The aramid fiber beads weigh less than steel wire. Folding beads are also easier to store and travel with.
TPI: TPI stands for threads per Inch. It defines the number of threads contained in one inch of the tire casing. The lower the number of TPI, the larger the gauge cords in the casing. Thus, the more durable the tire becomes. The higher the TPI, the more lightweight the tire becomes and the more supple the ride of the tire.
Compound Durometer: It is an international standard for measuring the hardness of rubber in Shore "A" units. The Maxxis eXCeption line of tires at 62a Durometer is more rigid than soft Maxxis Super Tacky(ST), which is 42a.