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24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids

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24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids

$16.00
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
  • 24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
24x1.95 Stiff Bead Bike Tire – Kids
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Designed for MTB bikes with 24" wheels, offering the best balance of features.

BENEFITS

Traction

The knobbly tread structure provides good traction on various types of terrain.

Puncture resistance

Good resistance with the 22 TPI carcass.

Efficiency

The structure of the knobs offers very little rolling resistance.

Weight

820 g. Stiff bead.

Compatibility

For 24" inner tubes and wheels.

Instructions


TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How to measure tire wear

Inspect the tread to measure wear and to know when they need replacing. The tread comes into direct contact with the ground, determining your tire’s performance.

Replace your tire when the centre knobs are worn down to the same height as the side knobs.

How to remove a tire

To remove your tire, start by deflating the inner tube completely.
Once deflated, use a tire lever to remove it from the rim.

How to fit a tire

Make sure the arrow on the sidewall is pointing forward.
To put your tire back on, place the bead (the rigid part that determines the shape of your tire) on the rim.
Next, inflate your inner tube by approximately 30% before fitting it to the rim (inflating it beforehand reduces the risk of pinching the inner tube).

Fit the second bead to the rim, starting on the side opposite the valve.

How to inflate your tire correctly

Inflate your tire carefully. The recommended pressure is indicated on the side of the tire and on its product sheet (available online).
Always make sure your tires are at the correct pressure before heading out on your ride.

Pro tip

When inflating your tire, make sure you inflate it to the suitable pressure for the terrain and the weather conditions you will be riding in.
When riding in rainy weather, lower the tire pressure to improve its grip. When riding in dry weather, increase the pressure for better performance. Always make sure your tires are at the correct pressure before heading out on your ride.