Surly Black Floyd Fatbike Tire

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MSRP : $120.00

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Product Description

Sometimes a lot of tread isn’t necessary. Sometimes, even on a fat bike, you don’t want to run real low pressure in your tires. Sometimes even fat bikes want to stretch their legs and run. Enter Black Floyd. Black Floyd allows you to pump up the pressure and cruise like a ’71 El Dorado. The casing is designed to work best on 65mm rims. The tread is comprised of tightly spaced low profile “bricks”. Naturally, it’s designed for street and hardpack conditions. We expect the unicyclers will dig this one too. Your ideal pressure will vary according to what you want to ride, but in those places where less is more, Black Floyd will transform your fat bike into a road warrior. 120tpi casing, in wire or Kevlar bead.

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Black Floyd 60 tpi

I just ordered a new pair of 60 tpi Floyds for back ups Turns out these new tires are Folding beads and not steel beads as listed everywhere I've been running these new Floyds in 60 tpi for most of the year, in sand These things are a great sand / beach tire You can't get a tire with less rollin ... Read More »

Black Floyd on a clown shoe

I am wanting to get some Black Floyds to throw on some Clown Shoes. Anyone do this? Any pics? What are your thoughts? My bud and lous just dont feel that great cornering on pavement! Looking for something faster rolling that can corner like a mofo.Read More »

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Endomorph or Black floyd tires

Just purchased a 2013 Necromancer pug with a Larry in the front and a Nate in the back. Looking for another set of tires for pavement/around town riding. Wondering whether to pick up a set of Endomorphs or Black Floyds. Thoughts?Read More »

Black Floyd what tpi?

What do you figure the difference between the Black Floyd 27tpi and the 120tpi. I know, I know, about 93tpi LOL. But seriously....anybody ride them both? Can you feel a difference? In the tire I mean, no the wallet LOL. Thanks :) JoeRead More »

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