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BKT Ride On Mower Tyres

BKT Wing W207 ATV Tyres


Wheelbarrow Tyres

High Speed and Road Trailer Tyres


Maxxis Bighorn Tyres

Maxxis Bighorn M917 Front ATV Tyres

Maxxis Bighorn M918 Rear ATV Tyres

Maxxis Bighorn MU09 Front ATV Tyres

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Michelin Power Pure Front Motorcycle Tyres

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What is MICHELIN Light Tire Technology (LTT)?

1 LTT marks a fresh approach to sports tyre design by simultaneously optimising the construction, profile and constituent elements of the tyre. Its mission from the outset was to save weight.


2 LTT employs top-of-the-line materials like aramid fibers, as used in the aerospace industry for example.


3 The thickness of the tread is unchanged!



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Unsprung weight

Shaving 2lbs off the weight of a modern sport bike which tips the scales at 400lbs might not seem such a big deal.


Yet it is, since the weight saving is from a part of the bike that is not covered by the suspension: its so-called unsprung weight.


In other words, the lower a bike's unsprung weight, the easier it is to switch from leaning into a right hand turn to leaning into a left hander. And vice-versa.


Gyroscopic forces mean that running a 2lbs lighter tyre is equivalent to saving 6lbs on rims or 8lbs on brake discs.