Tacx Trainer Tire

Tacx Trainer Tire
Tacx Trainer Tire
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Trainer Tire by Tacx
Designed specifically to be operated on indoor trainers, the Tacx Trainer Tire is made from a special rubber to minimize the risk of overheating, slipping, and wear-and-tear. It also features stiffer sidewalls for added durability, and is designed to be quieter than regular bike tires for peaceful training sessions.

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SKU: TAC000J
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