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DUGAST Tubular Tire 29" Fast Bird Cotton 50 mm Tubular | black

DUGAST Tubular Tire 29 Fast Bird Cotton 50 mm Tubular | black DUGAST Tubular Tire 29 Fast Bird Cotton 50 mm Tubular | black
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DUGAST Tubular 29 "Fast Bird Cotton 50mm Tubular | black

The Fast Bird is the 2nd MTB tubulars which was developed by the team of Thomas Frischknecht. The tread has been partially designed by Florian Vogel, after the tire has been named. For a low rolling resistance, the cleats are slower at the center of fast-Bird tread. On the sides of these are so ensure higher for more lateral support. Due to the different height of the studs and the different rubber compounds, you can go to almost any route by allowing the tire pressure ändern.Das Tubular system use with less pressure, which offers more comfort and relieved just on long trips, the postural muscles and can tire the driver later. In addition, steeper curve layers are down, and improved substrate adhesion uphill the recipe for success of this lightweight tire. The composite tube and tire provides weight savings and increased breakdown strength because the tube can not be "crushed" on the rim. Furthermore, the jacket in extreme braking maneuvers do not slip off the rim, since it is glued.

Technical specifications:

Material: Rubber Compound with Baumwohlkarkasse
Size: 29 "
Wheels Type: Tubular (Tubular)
Width: 50 mm
Inner Diameter: 622 mm
Color: black with black carcass white logo

Weight: about 590g

Note: The weights of the tires may differ. Dugast recommends the installation with
Rim Cement / adhesive which at us from Continental for carbon or aluminum rims




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