- Pressure: 45 to 65 (max) PSI
- Weight: 630 grams
- Tread type: inverted
- Bead: Wire
|Price:||$29.95 - $83.18|
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I've been rolling on these for years now. I turned my MTB into a commuter, and while most of my ride is on paved surfaces there are times when I'm grateful for the extra grip of... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Stephen J Paulson
They're tough, roll pretty smooth on and off road (no steep climbs attempted on loose material, though), pretty attractive. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Phil
I have a 29" mountain bike, but mostly ride on the road, so those knobby tires were just annoying. These are much better, and a much smoother ride. Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Welles
I have over 800 miles on these tires now with no flats, and I do quite a bit of city riding. They are on my Giant Revel 2. Read morePublished 3 months ago by glenhollow
I replaced my Continental Town and Country tires with these and love them. They're durable and a very good tire for the street with a good price.Published 4 months ago by James Kinkead
I have these tires on my Trek 7000, setup as a hybrid commuter and occasional dirt road rider.
After 600+ miles with a 220-lb rider, the Serfas name finally rubbed off the... Read more
I put it on my bike and filled it with air and it holds the air. its a new tire...Published 7 months ago by Jack Spradling
These Serfas tires probably give me 2mph speed increase for the same effort as compared to the knobby tires on the mt bike previously. Decent on snow and ice too. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Codes04
Thought I'd try these flat resistant tires - got ~ 4 flats in 3 months - vs 0 in ~ 2 years with specialized armidillos - ended-up putty mr tuffys inside and OK nowPublished 7 months ago by rexgo