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Maxxis Overdrive Tire

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Product Description

The Maxxis Overdrive has a grooved slick design for all-weatherTraction, as well as a Kevlar belt for increased flat protection. The Maxxis OverdriveTire. Featuring reflective stripe and kevlar belt for flat protection. Reflective stripe Kevlar belt for flat protection 1.75" 580 grams upTo 50 psi Steel bead

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