HyperPave Road E-Bike Fat Tire - 20/24/26×4.0

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Model: Hyperpave 9009
Size(in.): 20×4.0 / 24×4.0 26×4.0
ETRTO: 102-406 /102-507 / 100-559
Tire Type: Clincher
Weight( kg. ): 1.40 / 1.66 / 1.86
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Hycline E-Bike Fat Tire - 20/24/26×4.0 Inch

HyperPave Road Fat Tire is design for electric fat bike and tricycle - flat & safe performance tires. Compatible with E-bike brands Trek, Specialized, and Rad Power etc. Our tires come in three different sizes - 20, 24, and 26 inches - this means you can easily find a tire that fits your bike. The 4.0-inch width provides excellent stability and traction on a variety of surfaces, including uneven terrain and off-road trails. Combination of natural rubber and Kevlar makes it high strength, puncture resistance and lightweight

Whether you're commuting in the city or riding short distances, Hycline fat tires offer maximum all-weather performance for e-bike and trike riders. These tires feature premium rubber and puncture-resistant technology, and they allow for greater load-bearing capacity and durability.


Hycline e-bike fat bike tire



The Hycline's minimal tread pattern and low-profile honeycomb center tread minimize rolling resistance. Large diamond-shaped side lugs clip into the corners and gradually lower the height toward the center for a smooth transition. Designed for hard pack or paved terrain, Hycline electric fat tires are effortlessly fast in dry conditions and drain efficiently in wet conditions.



Tread Type: Flat Holes

Tire Size: 20 / 24 / 26 x4.0 inch

T.P.I: 60TPI

Max Inflate To: 30 P.S.I 

Maximum load: 266.6 lbs (120 kg)

Apply to: Electric Mountain Bike/Beach Cruiser Bike/Tricycle

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High guard puncture-resistant 20 "x4" studded knobs tread fat bike tire for challenging terrains, conquering rocks, mud, and snow. Maximum load 266.6 lbs Rhombus Plus - Puncture-Resistant Fat Tire 26”x4“ - Hycline Hycline E-Bike Fat Tire - 20/24/26×4.0 Inch  Best Fat Bike Tire 20/26x4.0 - Hycline - Hycline
20x4.0 26x4.0 20 / 26x4.0 20 / 26x4.0
40 P.S.I 40 P.S.I 30 P.S.I 30 P.S.I

Customer Reviews

Based on 38 reviews
A world of difference better than the knobbys my bike came with.

I have cut about 3 minutes off my commute to and from work since I switched from my knobbys on my mongoose malus. The handling is a good deal sharper now too

These tires are better than the name-brand it's trying to copy

The name-brand tire where this tire is based of has a major defect in which the bead blows out of the rim, even when installed correctly.But, I'm glad to say these tires don't have that issue after putting around 1,000 miles on it; they held up very well and still doing great. Will definitely be ordering more of these.

Max Katasonov
love the look!

I can't attest to ease of install because I had a bike shop do it ( they did not mention that is was a hassle).Furthermore, I do not know how durable they are. I have about 30 miles on them and its been a good and quiet ride thus far. We'll see after 500-1000 miles or so.Cost for both tires seems fair even if they only make it a thousand miles. But mostly got them for looks in which they don't disappoint!

Fits radpower roadrunner

I blew a hole in my rad runner tire so after much deliberation I went with this. It sounds like it won't fit but it does. It's way bigger than the original , but it clears everything. There are other speed tires and they ask a premium but I'm cheap. Now. First off it Chinese. It's thin. I had a stick actually go through this tire and puncture my tube. So yes , it's very thin. I had 3 flats right off the bat after installing it. But after that I haven't had anymore flats. I've been running it for about a year here in Austin tx. It's MUCH quieter than the original nobby tire. It's also notably faster. Top speed went up around 1.5 miles per hour but that could be the circumference difference but I'm no rocket doctor. So if you live in the desert with goats heads , I'd say no. If you cruise decent paths and or roads like I do, I'd say yes. I've put nearly 1000 miles on it this year and it still looks new. So after I got the flats out of the way I'm happy with it now. Happy trails. !!

Quality Tire

I bought two white-wall tires. Both roll smoothly. Both were exactly as advertised.

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What should I consider when choosing bicycle tires?

When selecting bicycle tires, consider the size, tread, width, durability, pressure, weight, and riding style. Choose a tire that fits your bike's wheels, is appropriate for the terrain you'll be riding on, is durable and puncture-resistant, can handle the recommended tire pressure, and matches your riding style.

What size bike tire do I need for my bike?

To determine the size of tire you need for your bike, you can look at the sidewall of your current wheel, which will have the tire size printed on it. The size will typically be expressed as a combination of numbers and letters, such as "700x23c" or "26x2.0". The first number refers to the diameter of the tire, which is measured in millimeters for metric sizes (e.g. 700) or inches for imperial sizes (e.g. 26). The second number refers to the width of the tire, also measured in millimeters or inches. The letter at the end indicates the type of tire (e.g. "c" for clincher)
If you're unsure about what size tires to get or have any doubts about compatibility, you can consult your bike's owner's manual or contact the manufacturer for advice.

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