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Serfas Seca Wire Bead Tire with FPS

by Serfas

Price: $23.95 - $4,574.70
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  • Durable and fast tire offers great road feel, long tread life, and puncture resistance
  • 60-durometer center ridge for long life
  • 56-durometer sides for enhanced cornering capability
  • Integrated Flat Protection System provides superior puncture resistance
  • Wire bead for a secure fit

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Serfas Seca Wire Bead Tire with FPS + Avenir Premium Tube Presta Valve 700c Tube (700x20-25 27x1-1/8)
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Product Description

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Lightweight and fast, the Seca Tire from Serfas is the ultimate endurance tire for road and trainer use. Featuring a tread pattern optimized for longevity and handling, the Seca features a 60-durometer center ridge for long life and a 56-durometer sides for enhanced cornering capability. The wire bead design offers a secure fit and the integrated Flat Protection System provides superior puncture resistance. Delivering the quality you want at a reasonable price point, the Seca is an excellent choice for road riders of all stripes.

Specifications:

  • Weight = 295 Grams,
  • Bead: Wire
  • Pressure: 125 PSI

Product Description

Serfas wirebead Seca tires offer flat protection, a variety sizes, and a range of colors to personalize your bike. Don’t let the price fool you - these tires are the real deal.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003BYWUS2
  • Item model number: STK-Tire
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,110 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great value for a great tire.
Sam F
These are fast rolling tires that look great as well as getting great traction and cornering well.
ghcycle
I will probably either get a second one of these or if I can find a good 26x1.0 tire.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 27x1.25-Inch Verified Purchase
I have used these on my regular road bike in the past, and was pleased with their low rolling ability that were also very puncture resistant. In the past I have used Hutchinson Top Speed (Which flatted a lot but are low end, I hope), and various Michelins, such as Pro Race 2, 3, and Lithion. All are much better than the Hutchinsons, but all had flats. The Serfas are tougher and seemed to be at least as fast. I did a 100 mile ride in Wichita Falls with these - and no flats. (Although there were many people who had them). Recently, I got a couple of old steel bikes that I want to rebuild - a Miyata, a Steyr, and a Schwinn. I had originally put Kendas on the Miyata (These are all 27" which is hard to find) and they worked OK. Felt different in a hard turn - but usually ride a Specialized Roubaix with Conti 4000's. So I thought I could actually try a comparison and see what the difference is. I ordered Conti Gatorskins, the Serfas - and had a nearly new set of Kendas - the type sold for 27". By far the Kendas were the heaviest. Much lighter were both the Conti's and the Serfas's. The Serfas is the lightest - it has a slightly smaller 'thick area' of rubber to help prevent flats than the Gatorskins. I know how the Serfas holds up - there is a set on my wife's bike that has around 1,0000 miles and they look new. 1 flat. The Kenda's are the hardest to mount - all have steel beads. The Serfas were around 2/3 the price of the Conti's - and feel the same on the road to me. These seem a high value tire - they look nice, hold up well, and handle well. Yes, they cost more than the Kendas (Who make excellent tires) and are less than the Continentals. While I suspect the Gatorskins are a bit more puncture resistant, I know from experience the Serfas do well there. Both are easier to pedal than the Kendas. Both turn more securaly. The Kenda's are softer - when I change them I get black stuff on my hands. You won't be dissappointed in the Serfas.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ghcycle on July 8, 2011
I have these tires (700x23c) on my fixed gear commuter and have put about 800 miles on them so far this year. Commuting into and out of Manhattan 6 days a week these tires have held up great. These are fast rolling tires that look great as well as getting great traction and cornering well. As opposed to some tire I have rode that do great when it is dry and suck when its wet the surfas seca tires perform admirably for a road tire even in wet conditions. After about 800 miles I have yet to get a puncture flat even with the shattered glass and other debris on the road side that is a common occurrence. The only reason these got 4 stars instead of five is because I have gotten 2 pinch flats in the last 3 months. Whereas my Bontrager race lite hard case tires that are on my Bianchi Road bike have well over 1,500 miles and have yet to get a pinch flat (or a puncture flat for that matter) riding the same roads as the surfas. All in all for a $25 tire they are awesome and I would definitely recommend them to anyone.
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I have done many hours of happy flat-free geared riding on a set of these. I am not a skidder. I commute on pavement with the usual odd/sharp objects randomly getting in my way. Pretty typical non-fixie daily riding. I guess the "FPS" must be pretty decent.

At 1500 miles I am just starting to see the belt on the rear tire now, so I must have pushed the miles a bit too far. Anyway, for the money, these do great.

One strange thing about the two I bought last summer from Amazon: the two blue stripes were slightly off center (one stripe too close to the center of the tire, one stripe a few mm too far from the center). Both were off center in the exact same way. I don't think this cosmetic quirk had ANY ill effects on longevity, build quality, etc. Just a funny thing that happened in production. If you are OCD and you need everything to be JUST EXACTLY PERFECT, it might drive you insane to have to see your front wheel with stripes that aren't completely on-center. I managed to cope well with this and I harbor no bitterness towards this fine tire brand. Cheers
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tracy Crabtree on August 5, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: 700 x 25mm Verified Purchase
I got these tires because I was tired of getting flats and paying big bucks for bike tires. I ride a 1000 miles a month, every month and these babies roll me all the way. they are what they say they are almost perfect. Just last week when I was cleaning my bike after a ride, I pulled a piece of wire out of the middle of the tire,this would normally give me a flat. No problems and I still ride on this tire with confidence. Tires that cost twice as much are no better and I get 2 of these babies for the price of one gatorskin.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Maryland Customer on May 1, 2011
Have been using the Serfas Seca and the Michelin Dynamic, size 700x28c, on two different road bikes for several months, riding on asphalt country roads. The Serfas is easily the superior tire.

Unlike the Michelin, with which I've already experienced four flats, the Serfas Seca has not experienced a single flat. The FPS on the Seca appears to be very effective, preventing glass shards from penetrating to the tubes.

The Seca rolls well, and inflates to 120 psi without any issue. Note that using a digital caliper, the 700x28c actually measures only only 27.2mm wide. This does not seem to be much, but it is noticeably narrower than the Michelin Dynamic, with calipers to 28.5mm

Would definitely buy the Secas again; it's nice to go out on a long ride in the country with the confidence that you will not likely have to stop to put in a new tube.
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