Xiaomi 10 x 2.5 solid tyre (Xiaomi Pro 1, Pro 2. Pro 3, Pro 4 , Lite 3 and Black 4)
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10 x 2.5 solid tyre (xiaomi m365, pro 1, pro 2)
Solid tyres have their advantages and disadvantages, the main reason why you would want solid tyres is to get rid of any risk of puncture during your ride. However, you have to be aware that solid tyres are not gonna last forever either. Solid tyres are not designed for daily high speed riding (over 35km/h) as the heat generated at great speed on a daily basis will make the rubber stretch beyond the diameter of your wheel rim with time.
10" Solid Wheel, Will look beefier for Xiaome Pro 1, Pro 2, Pro 4, Lite 3 and Black 4
10 X 2.5 solid tyre, we can install for you. minimum 4 to 8 hours.
we are not warehouse that sell all sort of things.
we are base in auckland and you are welcome to visit my shop.
we have convert many pneumatic 8.5 x 2 tyre to solid tyre.
your young rider will never call for a lift because they have a flat tyre.
no need to check for air pressure no need to pump up air on normal usage, can last up to 800km before changing a new tyre.
what is the different between air and solid tyre?
Air tyre need to maintain PSI at 45. because the tyre is small, pressure drop easily. one have to use Pressure checker to check tyre pressure consistently. if pressure drop to 20PSI, with the body weight and uneven ground. depending on speed and condition of road. the rider are prompt to leak (small or big leak).
when to change the tyre? Solid tyre depend very much on the very tight grip on the rim. after 500 to 600km. the rider may experience a slight slip between the rim and the tyre when brakes applied.
you can read from my blog
How to maintain solid tyre https://scoozzi.nz/blogs/news/solid-tyre-or-pneumatic-tyre
How long can the battery last? https://scoozzi.nz/blogs/news/how-does-the-battery-bar-work
Read before Riding https://scoozzi.nz/blogs/news/read-before-riding
how to maintain air tyre? https://scoozzi.nz/blogs/news/air-pressure-psi-pound-per-square-inch
How to avoid fire on battery? https://scoozzi.nz/blogs/news/maintain-battery-and-charger