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Fit F.A.F. Tire 2.1_FAF_Tire

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    “FAF-k 1.95”

    The Good: good traction, ultra light weight.....

    The Bad: muddy or SUPER loose dirt.

    Overall Review:

    I am running this tire on the rear of my race bike. on the super hard packed tracks and paved starting hills and berms, I get all the traction I could ask for. The high pressure, ultra light weight (barely over 13oz)and a tread pattern not to different than a lot of race tires on the market. The only issue I have come across is when I come across super sandy or muddy conditions. But that goes for most tires in general. So for that I do not fault the tire. The tread has held up very well and still has lots of life left( I have been running the tire all season racing just about every weekend and sprint training 3-4 rimes a week) A great tire.


    The Good: Last long, super grippy, chirps like a fat bird, barely any flats

    The Bad: Nothing bad about it

    Overall Review:

    I ran two sets of these and I loved them. I've ridden the 2.25, 2.3, and 2.4. If you are wanting a "knobby" looking tire run the 2.25s. If you want that nice slick looking tire get the 2.3 or 2.4. The 2.25 and 2.4 are about the same width inflated.

    Thinking about switching to deharts now

    “Not too shaby”

    The Good: Last a longg ass time especially when in the front. The 2.4 (super fat) or 2.3s are slic and superr good for street and even grippy on painted park. The 2.25 is good for dirt and still good for street as well. Comes in a lot of colors and sizes which is a major plus!

    The Bad: Little heavy (if you're a weight weeny), and side wall rips fairly easy if you grind ledges a lot.

    Overall Review:

    Defiantly a must get. Would recommend 2.4 in front and 2.3 in back or for dirt 2.25 in front.

    “false advertising”

    The Good: Good solid tire

    The Bad: 2.25 not 2.25 when inflated

    Overall Review:

    Its a good tire. I really liked the tread design, how well it gripped overall its a great tire. The only problem I had with it is I bought them second hand but they were brand new, I needed a new back tire that would fit my WTP. I found that a 2.20-2.25 would fit with the littlest of clearance but fit none the less. What I didn't know was when aired up these tire were not longer 2.25 but more like 2.35 and would not work on my frame I plan on using them either one at a time on the front and getting a 2.10 FIT F.A.F for the rear.

    “By far one of the best tires out in the BMX market.”

    The Good: The regular 2.25 version takes forever to wear out! It's also grippy as hell! Thick and everything for holding up to street, grinding, and everything else, except maybe dirt.

    The Bad: All other sizes and versions suck apart from the regular version in the 2.25 size. They all wear down quicker but still grip okay. This tire is not meant for dirt riding, but it still does the job decently.

    Overall Review:

    I'd say this and the Fly Ruben Rampara tires are the only tires I've ever liked in all my years of biking. They take forever to wear down and are super thick and stay grippy! Hope these stay if the Rampara's are to go, which would be quite sad!

    “Nightvision really works!!!”

    The Good: 2.3 Nightvision does exactly what the ad suggests and they slide when you want, grip when you want. I much prefer them to my Maxxis Grifter.

    The Bad: The price!!! $65 Each in Australia!!!

    Overall Review:

    If they were just 15 dollars cheaper I'm sure they would be much more popular.

    “good but meh”

    The Good: i love these tires i run them front and back and are super grippy front tires has lasted me forever

    The Bad: my back tires wears out quick i bought one a month ago and its abou to die on me

    Overall Review:

    ive had 2 sets of these tires and my front tires still has a lot of grip and its going to last me a while but my back tire the first time lasted me 6 months since i wasnt that good i didnt wear them out as quick and ow on my second back faf after just a month im abou to need a new but i love these and wouldnt mind running them again

    “Best And Only Tyre I Would Buy”

    The Good: 110 P.S.I, 2.25 tyre comes with dirt tread, solid from the start, very rarely get puncutres, lasts for 3 years, good looking sidewall

    The Bad: 2.3 is too thick for an ilegal frame,

    Overall Review: I've had every single popular and trendy tyre under the sun, KHE MAC tyres, Odyssey's various tyres etc. and for the past 3 years I ran the 2.3 faf front and back, last week bought a pair of the 2.25 dirt tyres, had the dirt tyre before and loved it, same feeling again, other tyres take ages to bed in but it feels like after a good session they are riding smooth as f***, wouldn't buy any other tyre after this, especially as at the moment (MARCH 2013) Custom Riders in the UK have 15% off everything (£21 per tyre). The only punctures I've had are from nails and large rocks on the ride home I make most days.
    best tyres I've ever bought, refuse to buy anything else

    “slickest tire”

    The Good: light weight, cheap, and so far no complications with ware and tare. such a smooth ride, really rolls you fast when pumped up hard. very slick and really good for sliders and those steeze kick out things.

    The Bad: i guess the tread is very small so as a brakeless rider of 4 years i find it hard to try and not to stick my foot on the tire.

    Overall Review:

    i've been riding these tires for about 11 months now and i've had no problem with them. people say they're really slippery when even a tiny bit of water is on them, but i have never found myself slipping out because of wet. if you enjoy steezing and flowing around a park, these are perfect, they slide really well.


    Purpose Street
    Sizes 2.3" 2.25" 2.1" 1.95"
    Bead Wire And Kevlar
    Thread Count
    Maximum Pressure 10000000000lbs


    Miscellaneous Tested and fully backed by the pros that ride them, all Fit tires feature puncture resistant Kevlar belts and tear resistant Silkworm sidewall technology. Lightweight K models have a foldable Kevlar bead, are available in all four sizes, and come with Fitbikeco rimstrips.
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