Overland Triker Tires

If you are one of those exceptionally rare trikers who enjoys repairing or replacing inner tubes or tires out on the highway in heavy traffic, cold winds, and torrential rains, then do not read the new excerpt that appears under the Trike Touring button on the main menubar. Instead, save your money and carry loads of spares. This tire topic addition is only for those of us who would rather be riding than repairing. See ya’ …



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One Response to Overland Triker Tires

  1. Reblogged this on zawest20122013's Blog and commented:
    These tires and tubes are a must, I learned my lesson the hard way from my first tour ride.

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