Team Edition: White
Challenge's Baby Limus S Team Edition Tubular Cyclocross Tire is softer and suppler thanks to a proprietary rubber compound and a 320TPI Corespun Cotton Casing. The PPS (Puncture Protection Strip) belt sits between the tire and the casing to reduce the risk of punctures.
- Tighter center tread pattern.
- Taller shoulder tread pattern.
- Corespun cotton casing.
- PPS (Puncture Protection Strip) belt.
- Latex formulated tread-to-base tape sidewall coating.
- 33mm width.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Good mid to mud tire.
by Matt FIx
Tire is put together well and has a good all around midish tread pattern. Can be your go to tire for those courses that might require a tire for loose or powdery conditions, light mud or snow conditions, providing good grip with lower rolling resistance. Psi range of 18 to 26 seems to be the sweetspot for most riders. Glue using the 3 wheel with tape, -2 tire method, prefered glue would be Mastic One.
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