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Mark W

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I think we can all agree: quality brand name. This is their first product:

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Photo pilfered from Tribalzine.

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Classic 'don't show this to anyone yet Adam', 'Ok, no problem' - gets posted online shortly afterwards...

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is it a mod rear tyre?

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Yes. If anyone asks if it's going to come in 24" as well, I'll post them a turd!

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Yes. If anyone asks if it's going to come in 24" as well, I'll post them a turd!

What about 26 inch version?

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Would I be right in thinking that at one point Try-All were testing a new 19" rear tyre, and would I be right in thinking that this tyre looks very similar to it? Seem to remember a photo of Benito Ros with a similar tyre on a while back...

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I almost replied after I approved this saying it reminded me of a stiky

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I love the tread detailing. Looks like the surface of the Death Star!

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looks like a techy version of the tryall tyre, if its the same compound i will do a little sex wee and never quit 20"

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It's great to see all that techy tread that will make virtually no difference and be worn down after the first few rides :rolleyes:

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It's great to see all that techy tread that will make virtually difference and be worn down after the first few rides :rolleyes:

just as bad as your spelling :P

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Buys £50 tyre based on tread pattern - cuts tread off for slick anyway.

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