This tire Nino Schurter took 2015 Cross Country World Champion title in Andorra. On the development of the Ori tubular tire, the Swiss and his Scott Odlo was instrumental in Team. The revolutionary feature of Ori MTB tire is the elimination of the sewn tube. A special internal coating of 100% cotton Tubulars, the tire holds even without inner tube, the air, which leads to several advantages: The risk of breakdown In case of breakdown is virtually non-existent. Rolling resistance is reduced with simultaneously better comfort because the tire has to do less flexing. Still to 55 grams of weight to be saved compared to the variant with latex inner tube. For smaller punctures the Ori tire with a special latex sealing milk delivered.
The Fast Bird Profile is the 2nd tread, which was developed by the Scott-Odlo Team. It was designed in part by Florian Vogel, after the profile is 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 distance by changing the tire pressure.
The Flying Doctor carcass makes the tire at very low air pressures stable on the rim, preventing the tire bend horizontally, enabling higher cornering speeds. Yet to allow the carcass better puncture protection against sharp objects. Compared to the standard Baumwollkarkasse the Flying Doctor carcass saves 10g weight.
Tyre Type: Tubular
intended use: XC, MA
Material: Rubber Compound with Baumwohlkarkasse
Size (inches): 29
Size (ETRTO): 622-52
Pressure: 1.4 to 1.8 bar (20-26 PSI)
Color: black, cream-colored carcass
Weight: about 590g
NOTE: Tubular tires need special Tubular rims on which the tire is glued. The weights of the tires may differ from the manufacturer's specification. Dugast recommends installation with Rim Cement / adhesive which at us from Continental for carbon or aluminum wheels is available.
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