Soma Fabrications Inferno Older Tires

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Product Description

  • HyperTex casing layer
  • Multi-directional
  • Kevlar bead
  • Multi-height hard compound knobs
  • Exact same tread and compounds

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Mininion DHF 2ply 2.5 + Sun Ringle Inferno 25 - setup question

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DT Swiss FR600 Rims? SR Inferno 31 Rims? any experience with them?

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Needed a new rear wheel, so I went ahead and picked up a sun inferno 25. Im impressed! It looks very well made, the seam looks good and everything is consistent and appears well made. Weighed in at 471g... which I think is a very good weight for a rim this size. Listed at 448g, so its over w ... Read More »

Vertex - Inferno 23 Tubeless

I just ordered my first Rocky Mountain a Vertex 950 RSL. In the future I'd like to upgrade the wheel set, but for now I am going to be riding the Inferno 23 rims and Race King tires that come on the bike. I searched the forums but didn't find a lot of information on setting them up tubeless (outside ... Read More »

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