Vee Rubber Rail Tire

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The Vee Rubber Rail Folding Tire is designed for speed. Small ramped and tapered center and transition knobs help lower rolling resistance and increase speed. Cornering knobs are tapered and chiseled for added speed. the Vee Rubber Rail Folding Tire is made with a folding bead, dual compound, and 120 TPI. The Vee Rubber Rail Folding Tire is recommended for medium-hard pack trails.

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