This speed rating and/or size of this tire may vary slightly from that on the vehicle placard. At the time of installation, the Service Provider will confirm that the tire has adequate load capacity, determine if any inflation pressure adjustments are necessary with this alternate size, and notify the vehicle owner of the maximum speed capability of these tires.
I brought my 25mm TLR from Merlin Cycles. They look great, fitting was straight forward (tight). I inflated these with muc off sealant to about 85psi. had them sitting for about 5 day & checked before the 1st ride (lost air). took out on a 35 mile test ride, the rear felt really spongy (60psi) front lost a little. tried another couple of rides (loosing psi). so today i took them on a 80 mile ride & i checked 2 hours after getting home, the front was 55psi but the rear was 25psi, I'm so frustrated, so again inflated to 90psi & dipped them in the bath & you can clearly see air bubbles from around the entire tire wall. surly this must be a manufacturing production fault.
5 / 5
April 10, 2021
I have the 28mm size on two bikes. With orange seal endurance sealant, they hold air as well as a tubed tire. I haven't used them long enough to wear one out, but they seem to wear well. The ride is great and so is the grip. A power endurance model would be great too.
Yes, I recommend this tire
2 / 5
Tyre looses pressure
April 9, 2021
The tyre has lots of grip, low rolling resistance. But the tyre does not hold pressure for more than a few hours. When covered with soapy water it becomes clear that the pressure escapes through the sidewalls of the tyre. The latex sealant cannot stop this. The tyre will deflate to 0,5 bars or less within 24 hours.
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