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Q: Anyone know what this bike is called?
A: I 'll deals with the last question first . `` Will this get stolen at college ? '' Unless you are able keep an eye on it 24/7 - 36five days a year ... gone in thirty seconds . I would make damned convinced I ha a good U-Bolt locking & amp ; cable . I would also ask if the bike could be stored at night INSIDE your dormitory rooms or frat home room . Per a preceding answering ... '' Find some $ 75 to $ 100 beater on craigslist for college . Even subsequently ... get a good U-Bolt locking with cable . Save the good bicycle for when you get house . '' http : //answers.yahoo.com/question/index ? ... No one can say to you for convinced if the bike will get stolen or not . Impossible to respond to . But the opportunity are largeer of a good bicycle being stolen vs. some $ 100 craigslist specific . Moving on ... If you 'll getting riding stringently on paved surfacing or even smooth ( man-made ) trails of crushed stone - why did n't you NEED suspension parts or tires any broader than 700 X thirty-two . The bicycle you referenced has both front suspension & amp ; 700 X 40 tyres . What would be a better choice for a whopping $ 40 more is the Giant Escape City . http : //www.giant-bicycles.com/en-us/bike ... Plus the Escape City bicycle already is endowed with a rear rack & amp ; fenders ! With a rear rack , you are able readily add panniers - saddle bags for bicycles . http : //www.axiomgear.com/products/gear/b ... Why fenders ? As Bike Snob NYC stated so well ... just click on the connection & amp ; see the firstly photograph . http : //bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/2009/05/indignity-of-commuting-by-bicycle_12.html Here 's my 2013 Raleigh Cadent FT1 set up as a town `` commuter bicycle '' .
Q: Motorcycle tire questions........................
A: So , this meant that if you are keeping the stock swing arm and front trees was later your very bestest broadest fit is : 3.5 '' x 17 '' rear with 160/70-17 tire ( 6.3 '' x 25.8 '' ) 2.5 '' x 18 '' front rim with 120/80-18 tire ( 4.7 '' x 25.6 '' )
Q: Replacement bike tires?
A: 3 mm 's more tread that my new tyres have . You should n't have shall be substituted for unless the rubber is cracking or pealing or the bead is segregating or something like that . A friend just 've been told he ha his for 8,000 miles ( almost one3,000 kilometre ) . Then again , I think I just bought new red tyres just cos they match my bicycle .