Road Bike Flex Bead Tire Protect+
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For 700 x 18 to 700 x 25 inner tubes and 700 (28") wheels.
Excellent grip in bends.
Puncture Protect: high-density nylon mesh ply under the tread.
Its 25 mm cross section offers exceptional rolling performance.
11.3 oz. Flex bead.
It has a good traction on asphalt, but I was surprised that it was easily cut, by a small glass shard, I used it about 2 week and now I can't use it anymore
After using the tires for a month long or so. I'm seeing some tiny cracks along the pattern of the tire although i didn't expect much because of the price. But i expected it to last longer. The Puncture protect seems to work so thumbs up for that.
I do deliveries almost every day, about 50 - 60km in a day. Pretty good for its price considering it held up for more than 3/4 a year. I ride on both roads and pavements.
Thank you for taking time to leave a review of the Resist 9 700X25 Protect+ Flex Bead Road Bike Tyre / ETRTO 25-622.
Its good to know that the tyres last you very well considering the fact you ride 50km -60km in a day. You must be very fit and enjoy your rides daily.
Continue to wheel around daily. =)
Ride Along The Wind",
Cycling Sports Leader |BTWIN | Van Rysel | Triban | RockRider | Singapore Lab
one of the best puncture resistance tire
Good folding tire that promises durability. May be slightly heavier than other tires but comfortable to use. Very good for general riding conditions but was able to use it in a race. What's best is that It's offered at an affordable price.
The product is good, smooth riding , no more Punctures
Nice item, very affordable and quality.
Brought the tyre 4 months ago and the sidewalls are cracked, both sides. Great tyre for a easy fix but it's worth investing in a good tyre as I'm now needing to buy another.
I bought a pair of these in March 2018. Initial impressions were that they are a great tyre. I had to exchange one of the tyres in May 2018 as it had a split across an internal seam right across the contact surface. It looks like I will now have to return the other one too (2 year warranty right?) as it has developed cracks right on the edge of the contact area/sidewall. I went into the Milton Keynes store this afternoon to discuss this. The chap I spoke to explained the cracks were probably due to the tyre's hard compound. I think he didn't realise there is a 2 year warranty on these as he suggested I wouldn't be able to get a refund. (Am going with Conti Gatorskins now.) Finally, I think I may have had a bad 'batch' as the replacement tyre i got in May 2018 is still OK. Both have worn very little and roll nicely so it's a shame there have been apparent manufacturing/material problems.
Seem ok. Descent rolling resistance and seem durable for the terrible Sheffield cycle lanes
I returned my Resist 9 tyre to the Wandsworth store after the sidewall ripped after approx. 11 months use. Roberto (Senior Mechanic at Wandsworth Decathlon) informed me “the changes in humidity in London” affect the materials in this tyre to the extent that its effective lifespan is on average 4 months. He pointed out my tyre was cracked along the sidewall which he stated was evidence of wear and tear due to atmospheric conditions. The description of the Resist 9 on Decathlon’s website states the product is extensively tested for “resistance to wear” and “longevity”. I have been cycling for quite a few years and have never experienced a tyre wear out in this way at this rate. (I use my bike to commute on 3 – 4 days per week. The tyres are always inflated to the appropriate pressure and the bike is stored indoors at home.) The Resist 9 is supposed to come with a 2-year guarantee. The refusal to honour that guarantee by a Senior Mechanic at Decathlon as he wouldn’t expect the tyre to last more than 4 months (presumably in most of NW Europe), in my view, completely undermines the comments made in the “Our Commitments” section of the web page. Notwithstanding the puncture resistance on the tyre which was quite good, based on my (and Roberto’s) experience I would not purchase this poor-quality product.
MICHAEL, Road Cycling Leader, DECATHLON
Had replaced older tyres on bike and bought a spare after first blow out ( side wall) I made mistake and bought same tyre again. Lose another to a side wall blowout (side wall again). Third tyre just went and that was most recent one and was another blowout but was at the tread of main bead ( when going to fix I noticed it was coming away at mor than one place. Poor quality but I must say never had proper puncture.
MICHAEL, Road Cycling Leader, DECATHLON
Got these to put on my commuter bike, previously had continental and schwable. These are cheap and have good levels of grip, not fast rolling but not slow either, not much feedback but for a 5 mile commute not a bad tyre. I was sold on the puncher protection aspect and so far no flats which is a plus. But my main issue is the sidewalls on both tyres are badly cracked and splitting after about 6 months use. It's only a matter of time before the sidewalls fail so will require changing soon even though the actual tread hasn't worn much. Think I will return to a premium brand.
Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
Compared with other brand names, this is a very good priced puncture-resistant tyre. However, from the start, I noticed that it felt a little lumpy when I used it on the rear wheel. Not a major problem, but I was disappointed when it exploded with a very loud bang last week due to internal de-lamination. It was 19 months old and had done 1700 miles. This is much less than I have come to expect from a tyre.
- 30% Rubber - Natural rubber - Latex
- 30% Rubber - Synthetic
- 20% Aramid
- 20% Polyamide 6
To measure the wear on your road treys and to know when they need replacing, you need to inspect the tread. Signs of wear include: - tread starting to fray - the appearance of a series of micro cracks - low tread depth - the carcass becomes visible. In all these cases the tire is worn and needs replacing.
To remove your tire, deflate the inner tube until no more air comes out. Once deflated, use a tire lever to remove the tire from the rim.
To put the tire back on, place one side of the tire into the rim. Next, inflate your inner tube to approximately 30% before putting it into the tire (inflating it beforehand reduces the risk of pinching the inner tube). Then insert the other side of the tire into the rim, starting on the side opposite the valve. Before inflating the inner tube all the way, check to make sure it isn't pinched between the tire and rim.
Inflate your tire carefully. The recommended pressure is indicated on the tire's sidewall and its product sheet (available online). Before each outing, make sure that your tires are at the correct pressure for your ride.
When inflating your tire, make sure you inflate it to the suitable pressure for the terrain you will be riding on and the weather conditions you will be riding in. When riding in rainy weather, lower the tire pressure to increase the tire's traction. On the other hand, when riding in dry weather, you can increase the pressure for better performance.
At B'Twin we create the tires of tomorrow. Our R&D engineers design our tires at our international headquarters in Lille, France. These are then tested in our laboratories as well as in real world use by our professional cycling team to ensure outstanding quality. This expertise is specified on our range of B'Twin tires with the label "DESIGNED IN FRANCE".
This is a flex bead tire: it can be folded for easy storage.
For full performance of this tire, inflate between 6.0 and 8.0 bars depending on weather. You should also check the carcass regularly to avoid any risk of a puncture or an accident.
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