New 700 X 32c Aither 1.1 Tyre – Suitable For Hybrid / Touring / City Bikes
The most competent All-Round Tire, with an integration of Tannus Technology suited for todays Hybrid bicycles. Please Note:These tyre will only fit 700c wheels with the ETRTO code; 622 x 17-20c. If your inner rim width is either 17mm – 20mm, these will fit.
A Tannus Tyre does not have any tube. It is a tyre made with a compound of polymer, with the newest technology. There is no air in Tannus Tyre. Therefore there is no chance of puncture.
Feather light weight of Tannus Tire breaks stereotype of solid tires. Guaranteed to never go flat, the solid tyre offers amazing cycling freedom. Go anywhere, anytime and leave all your tools, spare tubes, pumps and repair kits at home.
USE OF THE EXISTING RIM
You don’t have to change the rim just for the tyre. If you have the existing clincher type rim, it can be retrofitted right away regardless of its size. Due to our development of the Locking Pin System, you can use Tannus Tyre on your bicycle easily and safely.
THE BEST DURABILITY EVER FROM A TYRE
Tannus may not beat the best tyres for comfort but nothng will get close to these for durability. The ultimate commuter tyre. Never get caught out with a puncture ever again. Forget attempting to fix a flat tyre in the rain and becoming late for work. Ride over glass as much as you want, these tyres can handle it.
We are the only Tannus Mobile fitting company in London. If you work within the congestion-charging zone in London or just outside, get in touch (email@example.com) and we will organise a date and time to suit you for the tyres to be fitted at your convenience.
If you would rather have them fit in the workshop, let us know in advance what you want done, and bring them in and meet us. You can ask any questions or quieres you have about them at the same time.
If you prefer to fit them yourself, this can be a relatively simple task depending on what size tyres you need. 700 x 23 and 700 x 28c tyres are the least hardest to fit. All the other tyres may need a trained mechanic to do it, or you might need to watch a few how to videos and read a few instructions.