TUBULAR BICYCLE TIRE : INSURANCE FOR BIKES.
Tubular Bicycle Tire
- A bicycle tire is a tire that fits on the wheel of a bicycle, unicycle, tricycle, quadracycle, bicycle trailer, or trailer bike. They may also be used on wheelchairs and handcycles, especially for racing.
- constituting a tube; having hollow tubes (as for the passage of fluids)
- Long, round, and hollow like a tube
- (of a wave) Hollow and well curved
- Superleggera is an automobile construction technology used in Italy from the middle of the 20th century. The name means "super light" in Italian, and was coined in 1937 by the Italian coachbuilder, Carrozzeria Touring.
- Made from a tube or tubes
- (Tubulars (people)) The Tubulars were one of the northern Altay peoples in Russia. They lived along the tributaries of the Katun River and the Biya River. They are closely related to the Tofalars.
Continental Competition Tubular Road Bicycle Tire with Black Chili (28x22, Tubular, Black)
Continental 0196138 Competition 28 x 22 Black Tubular Road Tire with Black Chili is the most reliable choice of all tires in the professional peloton and has proven itself time and time again on the world race circuit. Consistently bringing the top pros to the finish line first, the Competition is the true mark of Continental's racing heritage. Therefore it remains in our line year after year, but always refined. The Competition was one of our first tires with Black Chili compound and is now equipped with Vectran puncture protection. One layer of the cut resistant Vectran under the tread, instead of the two layers of nylon used before, reduces the weight of the new Competition and improves the rolling comfort and the rolling resistance. The Black Chili Compound is a rubber filler material that delivers 30 percent more adhesion to the road, 26 percent lower rolling resistance and five percent improved mileage for the tire. Specs: Weight - 260 grams; Recommended PSI - 110; Maximum PSI - 170; PU - 10.
Biker Tribes: The Windsor ordinary bicycle, c.1878.
The ordinary bicycle, or penny-farthing, was popular from the early 1870s to the late 1880s but was unstable and difficult to mount and dismount. The front wheels became increasingly large as makers realised that the larger the wheel, the further the cycle could travel with one rotation of the pedals. The lower and more stable safety bicycle of 1885 with two similarly sized wheels, which superseded the ordinary, was much the same in design as modern bicycles. This example of an ordinary made by W Willis of Eton in Buckinghamshire has a tubular frame with solid rubber tyres, and is complete with saddle and bell.
Probably a Ukai rim. I'm not sure if this is a label that has faded, or if part peeled off, or what. The two little bumps, I'm wondering if these were weights intended to balance the rim weight. Non-original Continental "Triathlon" sew-up tires.
tubular bicycle tire
Continental 0196017 Giro 27 x 1 Black Tubular Road Tire is great for training. Tubular tires are used primarily in competition, because of their excellent rolling characteristics and very good dry running properties. With the Giro, you can also benefit from these strengths in training. To ensure that this training tire is an excellent value for money, we have the no-frills, robustly-manufactured Giro made to our specifications by one of our valued production partners. Specs: Weight - 270 grams; Recommended PSI - 116; Maximum PSI - 145; PU - 10.
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