The most important and the most sensitive part of the bicycle is a tire. The cyclist’s experiences greatly depending on the quality of the tires. Regular tires have a lot of flaws such as short duration due to tire deflation, blowouts, punctures, and cracks, inability to decompose, troubles with recycling, lot of waste and so on. All these drawbacks were forcing cyclists to constant expenses while maintaining their bikes. Often it was required to buy a whole new one bicycle.
Fortunately for all bicycles lovers, there is one small, but an innovative group of enthusiast who devoted themselves to develop new tires, which would eliminate all deficiencies of regular tires. They introduced two type of tires: Nexo Tires and Ever Tires.
Nexo Lightweight Tires
If you are a road cyclist or commuter, even just someone who hate flat tires, Nexo tires may be perfect for your wheels! What is so unique about them is that those tires just attach to existing rims, which significantly saves your time and money. With NEXO lightweight solid tires, air trapped inside the countless independent air pockets is unable to flow around. You no longer need to pump your tires or carry a spare tube.
Tires are made of NEXELL®, a compounded macromolecular material and filled with a stable gas N2. Thanks to that solid tires are light weighted, reduced by up to 40% compared to traditional pneumatic tires. In addition, these tires are eco-friendly.
The second type of tires, Ever tires, are most suitable for the casual rider, cruisers or kids bikes. These tires are made of a unique polimer blend, which provides an extended duration of the tires – up to 5000 miles without going flat. Among the many advantages, Ever tires come in complete wheelsets and it is very easy to install. The weight is reduced thanks to aluminum rims.
The limitation of both types of tires is that they are not made for the mounting bike, skidding, and extremely hot temperatures. Except for these facts, Nexo & Ever tires may be the real revelation in the world of road cyclists.
These eco-friendly, flat free tires you can pre-order on Kickstarter