The tire is the firm rubber casing mounted on the rim of the bike. By itself, the tire is incapable of holding air*. It is open in the center and has two rigid and fairly sharp edges that allow it to be mounted onto the rim.

There are two main types of tires; clincher and tubular. The vast majority of wheels will use clinchers, a term used to describe the traditional beaded tire/inner tube/rim set-up. Tubular tires on the other hand are more specific to racing. They are sealed units with an inner tube sewn into the casing of the tire.

700c Tires

Maxxis Hybrid Tires 700c | Overdrive Excel, Non-Folding, M2013

Rs. 2,725.00

Kenda Road Tires 700c | Kriterium Endurance K1018, Non-Folding

Rs. 1,775.00Rs. 1,850.00

Maxxis Road Tires | Pursuer, Non-Folding, 700x25c

Rs. 2,999.00

Kenda Hybrid Tires 700c | Kwik Trax K1053

Rs. 1,200.00

Vittoria Road Tires | Zaffiro Pro V, Graphene 2.0 - Folding, Performance

Rs. 3,990.00

Vittoria Urban & Touring Tire | Randonneur - Semi Slick - Rigid Tires

Rs. 890.00

Continental Road Tires | Ultra Sport III, Clincher, Folding

Rs. 4,310.00

Kenda Road / Hybrid Tires | Glacier K180, Non-Folding, 700c

Rs. 1,850.00

Vittoria Road Tires | Corsa N.EXT, Tubeless Ready, Top speed and durability

Rs. 7,200.00