daylongdriver (Lexington )
Tube with added baby power went right in after rim rust punctured the tube that was in the wheel. Ground off and painted the inside of the wheel, cleaned everything and then, with the dried paint and the new tube and rim strap, it went together good, tube seemed to be high quality and appears to be working well.
Michael (Thousand Oaks )
Great tire, usually lasting a season of riding in the desert and mountains with no chunking. The 6 ply tire always hooks up wet or dry. The tire has become my go too tire. I use this tire on my Honda CR250R, trail riding and desert.
Bobby (Swartz Creek )
This tire is great for trail riding. It will do everything a MX tire will do in the dirt and is way better in rocky terrain. The only place it falls short of a knobby is in the mud. It feels like the side wall is extremely soft when riding on the asphalt but feels just fine in the dirt. Great alternative to a Michelin.
Steve (Vine Grove )
Ran this tire for about 4 weeks, approximately 500 miles and the rubber separated from the casing with bulges in the tread. Very soft spots. If I had not seen one of the knots, I'm sure the tire would have blown out at highway speeds. Will never buy again.
omgwtfbbqsaucestfu (Seneca )
I have had 2 of these on my 21" X 3.5" rim. I absolutely love the look of the wide white wall and Vee Rubber is the only company that makes one to fit the wide 21" rims. My first tire lasted quite a long time, over 12,000 miles. I always try to keep the correct air pressure in my tires. One day I checked and added air using a gas station air pump. A couple of days later, a cord busted and formed a very visible knot. I checked the pressure with my gauge at home and figured out that the gauge was off and I had over-inflated the tire by about 5 psi. Assuming that I was the root cause of the problem, I bought a replacement. Being conscious of my last experience, I made sure not to only use my own compressor and gauge on the replacement tire. Lo and behold, 6,000 miles later, the cord busted. Definitely not an over-inflation issue, it's just a junk tire. Between these two tires and the Vee Rubber rear tire, I am convinced that Vee Rubber is not a wise choice by any means.
omgwtfbbqsaucestfu (Seneca )
I bought this tire for my Road King to match the 21" Vee Rubber tire I had been running on the front (a whole other story). Browsing online, it had mixed reviews, but for the price, I figured I'd try it out. It's a great looking tire and it rode pretty well. I had ridden on it for about 2 months and just under 2,900 miles when I was doing a thorough check of the bike before a 1,700 mile trip when I noticed the tire was in dire need of replacement. When I say dire need, I mean the cords were showing and should have been replaced a few hundred miles sooner. I don't do burnouts or spin the tires when accelerating and 95% of the time I ride solo. I ride 300+ days a year and I was really hoping this tire would last. In the end, if you want a really good looking tire and only ride a couple thousand miles a year or are putting it on a show bike, go for it. Vee Rubber is for showing, not for going.