Bike Tire

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Shawnzyoo
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On standard road bike tires sometimes they put a soft/flexible kevlar layer to protect against puncture.
I was thinking about putting in in hard/rigid kevlar layer to also protect against puncture, I know that this will make the actual tire stiffer and harder to deform, which could be a bonus to lessen the rolling friction (loss of traction though)
also I thought it would lessen the dramatic decrease in tube pressure after riding.
all thoughts or comments appreciated
-shawn
 

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imabug
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Shawnzyoo said:
I know that this will make the actual tire stiffer and harder to deform, which could be a bonus to lessen the rolling friction (loss of traction though)
I imagine it would also make for a much harsher ride especially over bumpy surfaces. Even over not so bumpy surfaces, you'd probably get more vibration transmitted through to the rider.
 

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