Kenda Kwest Commuter/Recumbent Bicycle Tire

October 23, 2013 - Comment

Smooth rolling tread pattern for street use. Deep grooves for siping water away from the tread in wet conditions. 30 tpi. 50-85 psi. Product Features Smooth rounded tread with large water dispersion grooves Three versions to choose from: Standard, 100 psi for fast rides, and K-Shield for Flat protection

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Smooth rolling tread pattern for street use. Deep grooves for siping water away from the tread in wet conditions. 30 tpi. 50-85 psi.

Product Features

  • Smooth rounded tread with large water dispersion grooves
  • Three versions to choose from: Standard, 100 psi for fast rides, and K-Shield for Flat protection

Comments

Hendricks_Clan says:

Good, cheap tires. I am using the 26X1.5″ 100PSI version of this tire on a hardtail mountain bike. I put about 550 miles on my first set and got only 2 flats in the rear because of road trash, as I ride very dirty roads. They ride great, handle well, and wear nicely. I pulled the rear because it somehow got sliced by something down through the tread rubber (but not the inner casing) and I didn’t notice it until I was checking the tire for glass/metal as I usually do after a ride. Considering how much trash I ride…

kinglearpa says:

Wear like iron, flat resistant I’ve used the 1.25 inch version of these for quite sometime now. They are the most flat resistant tire, I’ve ever found. I’m a heavy (250+ pound) recumbent rider. Most rear tires I’ve used are good for a couple flats a month on average, and usually wear out in 1500 miles. These tires average a flat a year, (I’m not exaggerating)and I average at least 3000 miles on a rear tire, and yet to wear out a front.They may have a little more rolling resistance than a Schwalbe Stelvio, but their…

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