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Sticky as all get up
These are fantastic tires. They grip the road like a cheetah. Have handled speeds up to 85+ on my Lambretta racer. They do wear somewhat faster than most tires, but I will take them over the rest of the lot any day of the week. 105 on the dig'o meter.
Best tire on the market for go fast types.
July 14, 2014
Best tire going in all respects. Though more expensive, the cost is more than offset by the great handling and long life. I'll be putting these on all of my powered two and three wheel machines.
April 28, 2014
Good scooter tires
I put these on my Vespa GTS 250 about 150 miles ago and they feel pretty good. My dealer suggested them and I'm happy with their performance. I've taken them around town and in the mountains and they make the Vespa perform better than the Shinkos I had on it before.
February 10, 2014
Great Tire at a Great Price
These are great tires that wear well and hold the road. I use them on our Vespas (both a S150 and a LX150).
January 13, 2014
I love these! I noticed a big difference in handling the first time I rode after having them installed. What i notice most is that my bike, Vespa GTS 300, is more stable at higher speeds.
August 5, 2013
Good price great service.
My usual supplier for these tires was having their website revised. So I found Revzilla instead. Great service. Same low price as my usual supplier. But my usual supplier provides free shipping. All in all I will shop here again.
July 22, 2013
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Elizabeth M:If the vintage bike has split rims, place one half rim over the tubeless tire to see how it lines up. There is no chance of trapping air between the tube and the tubeless tire when inflated. As always, use soap suds to ease the tire onto the rim (and lots of air pressure).
As I don't have any vintage scoots, I had to float this question to my vintage Vespa buds to find the answer. Good luck.Sep 23, 2014