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Eastern Bikes Fuquay Flyer Tire

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Eastern Bikes Fuquay Flyer Tire Eastern-2013-Tire-FF-Tanwall-Detailed
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    “Came on craigslist bike”

    The Good: soft and wide, forgiving

    The Bad: slippery and low psi

    Overall Review:

    It doesn't feel like typical rubber, very soft felt feel. Landing front tire first doesn't hurt because of the wide tire and the low psi.

    “Good Tire for 15 bucks even better tire if you get the High PSI Designed by Kenda”

    The Good: Kenda design , fat ,an grippy

    The Bad: Nothing much I can say rode this tire from new to bald from tire sliders. 1 thorn flat , I dont know why everyone says flats? all tires around 20 oz are gonna be thin.

    Overall Review: Great tire for the price. Great look. I run my OEMs at 65 psi ,15 over what it recommends but they feel really nice then. Was thinking of buying the kevlar version so I could see what they feel like at 100!

    “very, VERY rubbish tire!”

    The Good: grippy, very fat and looks good .

    The Bad: gets a puncher every mostly every time i ride, very thin.

    Overall Review: i would not recomend anyone to buy this product due to the fact that it is a very soppy tire. if you buy an eastern bike, that comes with the frequency tires then ride them, but if your looking at getting a cheap tire get the demolition momentum is the one! my m8 rides it and he loves it.

    “2 flats back to back”

    The Good: has real good grip has barley any rolling resistance

    The Bad: flats are bound to happen between a few days of riding, very thin

    Overall Review: ive had these tires or about a week now and so far this is my 2nd flat. i dont recommend this for anyone who rides street. the tires hold 40-50 i ride 45-50 and just by hitting a curb end i popped the tire

    Specifications

    Purpose Designed for Street Use
    Sizes 20 x 2.3"
    Bead OEM Wire, Hi-Pressure Wire, Kevlar Hi-Pressure Available
    Thread Count Hi-Pressure Wire & Kevlar Hi-Pressure Utilize an Iron Cap Layer in Conjuction w/ Normal Casing for Higher Thread Count & Lighter Weight
    Maximum Pressure OEM 40-60 PSI, Hi-Pressure & Kevlar up to 100 PSI
    Colors Black, Skin Wall (in Hi-Pressure only)
    Weight

    OEM: 1 lb 8 oz (680 g)

    Hi-Pressure Wire: 1 lb 7.7 oz (672 g)

    Hi-Pressure Kevlar: 1 lb 5.8 oz (618 g)

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