Bontrager Satellite Tire

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Product Description

  • Elite 26 x 1.5 660g
  • Plus 26 x 1.5 640g (Black)
  • Plus 26 x 1.5 640g (Reflective)


    State of the art tire for reliable cross-town to cross-continent riding.

    Dual Compound tread provides long life and excellent wet weather grip Hardcase triple puncture.

    protection features Kevlar belt, anti-cut casing and anti-pinch technology.


    State-of-the-art tire for reliable cross-town to cross-continent riding.

    Aramid High Density (AHD) puncture resistant belting.

    More supple, but with lower puncture resistance than hardcase versions.

    Reflex material on sidewall increases visibility at night.

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