Is it time for some fresh tires for the bike? Get a look at the new Devon Smillie signature Fuego Ligera Tire that is now available. The Fuego Ligera tire is a folding version of Devon’s popular Fuego tire that came out at the end of 2016 to help shed some ounces.
The Ty Morrow signature Morrow Tire from Eclat has arrived. Above is a short but sweet promo video featuring Ty putting the tire to work out in the streets. After you check out the video, learn more about the tire down below, along with a look at a few photos giving you a good look at what this tire has to offer. Available through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Eclat BMX worldwide now.
“As soon as Ty Morrow joined the Éclat family in 2017, we started work on his signature tire. Creating a tire that could hold up to one of the most powerful and demanding riders in the game was the ultimate test in design and allowed us to really push the boundaries of how dialed a BMX tire could become.
Working together with one of the best tire manufacturers in the world, the Morrow Tire features a fast-rolling, but incredibly grippy tread pattern that was designed to shred it on all terrains. We used the best quality rubber compound available and backed it up with a high-performance tire casing to ensure that the tire could hold up to huge impacts, grind damage hangups and just about anything that could happen whilst out in the streets.
Available in 2.40″ in Black and Forest Green.
Filmed & edited by Calvin Kosovich.”
What do you think of the new Morrow Tire? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments down below!
Odyssey have released the new Broc Raiford signature Broc Tire for you to get your hands on. Above is a short but sweet promo featuring Broc putting the tires to work, and below you can find out more about the tire, along with a few photos! Available through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Odyssey worldwide now.
“The Broc Raiford signature tire is finally here! We worked closely with Broc to dial in a tread that meets his riding needs while remaining simple and stylish. The BROC Tire features Odyssey’s R-Grip rubber compound which ensures superior grip and wear resistance, and may or may not help you bunnyhop over anything you want.” – Odyssey
Is it time for some fresh BMX Tires? Here’s a look at the new Nathan Williams signature Williams Tire from Cinema BMX! The Williams tire combines the best of both worlds, with a smooth continuous centerline tread that rolls fast and gives you a ton of grip with micro-knurling across the side treads. This tire is bigger with a large 2.50” width that adds stability and softens hard landings out in the streets. This tire will fit most modern BMX frames since BMX frames these days give extra clearance for bigger tires.
The tire is available in Black and Red with a Black Sidewall with a 35-60 PSI rating and a weight of 23.8 oz. for $23.99 through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Cinema BMX worldwide now! You can also find the tires in the Cinema Webstore and on the Source BMX webstore.
Colors: Black, Red w/ Black Walls
Pressure: 35-60 PSI
What do you think of the new Nathan Williams signature Williams tire from Cinema BMX? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Are you on the hunt for some new BMX tires? The crew over at Eclat have been working on their new Decoder Tire that is available now! The tire is based off the Fireball tire with some changes to the tread pattern, and it’s available in a street version and a park version depending on the style of riding you’re hoping to do on this! Check out the video above for a look at the tire, then get more details below! The Decoder Tire is landing at BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Eclat worldwide now in black, black with a tan wall, red and white color options. There’s also an Army green with tan sidewall option, but we can’t find photos of it.
“The Decoder Tire the latest addition to the eclat tire family. With a tread pattern based on our super popular Fireball tire, the Decoder uses a much lower profile design with super fine knurling making it fast, grippy and incredibly tough. This lightweight street/ramp tire features a specially designed grind resistant sidewall protection and is available in two casing options, a 60tpi (80psi max) version with a rubber sidewall layer for STREET, and a lighter weight 120tpi (120psi max) version for COMPETITION.”
You can check out more photos and details on the tire over on the Eclat website.
What do you think of the Decoder tire? Are you digging it? Do you have any questions? Let us know what you’re thinking in the comments below!
Is it time for some new BMX tires? The crew over at Odyssey have release their Path Pro Tire is a ny K-Lyte folding version with a Kevlar bear. This tire has a proprietary rubber compound with a good balance between grip and wear resistance, along with a directional smooth center tread pattern and micro-knurling on the side blocks for increased grip. This tire is available in 2.25″ and 2.40″ sizes with a 100 Max PSI rating and a $39.99 price tag!
You can pick the Path Pro Tire and Path Pro K-Lyte Tire up through BMX shops and mail-orders that carry Odyssey worldwide now.
– Lightweight K-Lyte with Kevlar Bead
– Directional tread pattern with smooth center tread
– Proprietary rubber compound
– Superior grip & wear resistance
– Micro-knurled side blocks
– 100 PSI max pressure
What do you think? Do you have any questions? Let us know in the comments below!
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It looks like Ashley Charles has some new tires in the works for Relic that will be available in August! Not much for details as far as sizes and everything goes, but it looks to be geared more toward trails and transitions like all of their products. The tires have a fairly aggressive pattern that wraps around the edges with knurling for extra grip. Based on the pattern, it should still roll real smooth on concrete! We’ll get full details closer to when they are available! Until then, check out another photo below!
What do you think of the Flatout tire from Relic? Are you thinking about picking up a set when they drop? Let us know what’s on your mind in the comments below!