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Panaracer
Col De La Vie 650b Road Tire

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A true classic.

Panaracer's Col de la Vie road tire is an affordable yet durable option for your 650b equipped ride. Its concave tread provides great traction on the road or in the dirt. The simple construction keeps the price down without sacrificing reliability.

The Col de la Vie is available in 650b x 38mm (38-584 ISO). Wire bead. 50 PSI max. Black/Gum. 500g.

Note: The 650b tire size is sometimes referred to as "27.5 inch." This tire is NOT compatible with 27 inch, 650c, or 700c wheels.

 

Weight: 500 grams

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 38-584 

 

Max Pressure: 50 psi

 

Applications: Training/Recreational, Commuting/Urban 

 

Made in: Japan 

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A reliable touring tire and amazing value.
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by LexingtonMA biker
Daily Commuter
Lexington, MA

This tire behaves well on a variety of surfaces. I have used it on gravel carriage roads and commuted extensively on it. It is a great tire if your road surfaces vary. It is much better on gravel and sand than my Panaracer Pacenti tires. They don't have the comfort and speed of the Pacentis, but they are much less expensive and handles miscellaneous surfaces much better.

Reviewed 9/27/2018
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Great price for good quality tires
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by Btdangelo
Daily Commuter
Portland, OR

I like the durability of the tire. The tire is extremely hard to get onto the wheel. It seems like the tire could be made to fit the wheel a bit better.

Reviewed 7/11/2017
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Good tire, good price
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Seattle, Wa

For the money, it's a great tire, especially for a 650b

Reviewed 4/25/2013
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L o v e these!
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by DenverCommuter
Cycling Enthusiast
Denver, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I commute 14 miles daily on these, on a Soma Buena Vista mixte bike. They're comfy, FAST, nice looking, and inexpensive. They make cycling fun! What more could I ask for ?

Reviewed 8/31/2012
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Terrific multipurpose tire
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by 650bguy
Cycling Enthusiast
Bucks County
9 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

Currently use these on my grocery getterneighborhood cruiser. Used to use them on my regular road bike. Compared to a slick 700x25 tire, the tread slows you down but only by one mph or so. I'd love to try Maxy Fasty 650b slicks but who can afford $52 each. These are very long wearing, have great traction, are good for everything other than high performance rides and are an absolute bargain at less than $20.

Reviewed 1/19/2010
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