Maxxis Re-Fuse TR Tire - Clincher

Maxxis Re-Fuse TR Tire - Clincher
Maxxis Re-Fuse TR Tire - Clincher
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Re-Fuse TR Tire - Clincher by Maxxis
Maxxis' Re-Fuse TR Clincher Tire has been around long enough to become the brand's most popular training tire for its versatility and dependability -- and this version is now tubeless-ready for even more grip, cushion, and flat resistance. Featuring a smooth diamond-knurled tread pattern, the Re-Fuse is composed of dual-compound rubber and is constructed with a durable 60 TPI to make it a reliable training companion. For added durability on trails with sharp rocks and obstacles, Maxxis includes its MaxxShield bead-to-bead protection. Whether you do the bulk of your training off-road or enjoy being able to hop onto an unpaved road during your road ride, the Re-Fuse makes a well-adapted option mixed surface rides

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