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Ride Cruiser 700c/29 Inch Tire

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Vintage style with 21st century technology.

The Retro Ride 700c is a stylish cruiser tire with Continental's legendary KKS 10 all-conditions tread. The extra wide construction provides cushioning and suspension over rough terrain, and head turning Cream rubber perfectly matches your classic ride. A robust rubber belt beneath the top layer helps prevent punctures caused by broken glass and thorns.

The Retro Ride 700c/29 Inch tire features a three ply casing for a total of 66 TPI. Available in 700c x 55mm (55-622 ISO). 58 max. PSI. Wire bead. A reflective sidewall stripe increases visibility after dark. Cream, Brown, or Black. 990 gram claimed weight.

Note: The Retro Ride is extremely wide for a 700c tire. It will fit well on 29er mountain bikes and some Hybrid, Touring and Commuter bikes. If in doubt, please measure frame clearance to determine a fit.

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For the price and ride they are worth it.
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by Anonymous
Daily Commuter
Shreveport, la
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I'm a daily commuter and rider, I bought these to try on a trek 29er mountain bike, and the difference between my stock trail tires and these is night and day. The retro rides give me a little extra cushion on the rough sidewalks and street and the speed increase and tire noise reduction are a big plus. They are a little heavier then my stock tires but the ride difference out weighs that, and no flats in the couple of months I've owned these. Bottom line I can tear up the streets on the cheap and know I'm riding on some pretty good tires.

Reviewed 5/15/2017
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Fun and functional
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Seattle, WA
7 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

This tire is working great on my Surly Karate Monkey that I am using as a city bike. They look great too. My only concern is that when I run the pressure a little lower than recommended, these tires feel really sluggish.

Reviewed 9/11/2014
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Good for cruising on a 29er
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by Phunk
Los angeles
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

Good alternative to a 29er tire if your just cruising. Fast rolling. Good reflector on the sidewall. Very classik look

Reviewed 9/2/2013
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This tire road well and was used in a 250 mile road trip and is still brand new and getting a lot of use
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by Randy Reese
Casual Cyclist
BAttle Ground WA
9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

My sons and I went on a 250 mile trip road this summer and the tire held up extremely well. It is hard to find tires this big in a road tire but it was just what we needed.

Reviewed 9/7/2012
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