HyperPave Road Fat Tires Plus Inner Tubes - 20x4 / 26x4

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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's HyperPave Electric Bike Tires Full Set provides a complete solution for electric rides. This tire offers a flat and smooth ride ideal for city commuting. This 4.0" width Dual compound Kevlar and natural rubber version is perfect for tough-but-light electric bikes that want a balanced center between weight, grip, and durability. Our tires come in two different sizes - 20 and 26 inches - HyperPave's 4.0-inch width provides excellent stability and traction on a variety of surfaces, including uneven terrain and off-road trails.



Hycline flat fat bike tire for city road 20/24/26*4.0-inch


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-packed 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 
Tube Valve: Schrader
Valve Head: 7.8mm
Maximum load: 266.6 lbs (120 kg)

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

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
jeff jozwick
Smooth and quiet

Switching to these tires had a much smoother and quieter ride for street and light off road use

Great tires

Mounted then effertlessly. Run very smooth with much less resistence than the knobbies. Easy/smooth ride. I wore the knobbies smooth at 1500 miles in 1 year. I'll see how these hold up.

Thomas Janoski
New Tires & tubes

I haven't mounted them yet, this next weekend, I'll get it done. Then I'll be able to give you better feedback. Thanks

Thank you :D

David Richardson
2 pack Kevlar tires and tubes

Replaced my knobby tires with these tires great handling smooth ride I would recommend these if you have flat issues as much as I did worth the money.

Ron Yoder
Smoother ride on paved roads.

These are pretty great little tires for the price if the fit your needs. I got them more as an experiment to use my fat tire ebike as more of a road bike than a mountain bike. It worked but i prefer the off-road tires for the kind of riding I do.

What these tires are good for...
1. Low rolling resistance and run smooth an quiet.
2. Low pressure so they have great bounce and shock absorbtion.
3. Very grippy on road surfaces and ok on grass. Also grip well in the wet.

What I didn't like...
1. I go between off road and pavement back and forth all the time. For me its easier to ride on pavement with MTB tires vs ride with road tires offroad. These tires are great on smooth pavement but are a little scary in turns if that pavement has gravel or sand on it. Ultimately these make the bike handle more like a BMX than a mountain bike which may be a plus or a minus depending on the rider.
2. The rubber is much softer than I'm used to but I'm more concerned with the grip. Im used to MTB tires having a little bit of slip on paved surfaces and bite in the dirt. These tires grip so good that when i do an aggressive turn on pavement where my tires normally have some give or slip, these are glued to the road and if not used to it can cause you to over steer or over correct.

If i were only riding on pavement or using the bike as a beach cruiser I would love these tires. Especially if i had to ride often in rain or had to ride bumpy pavement. The low volume bouncyness and the sticky traction makes for a real smooth ride. I'd even say that the increased efficiency makes my battery last longer however its hard to say if thats because of the lower rolling resistance or if i just ride slower with these because I'm afraid i might over steer and crash. I think if you're not an aggressive rider and just use your bike as transportation and want the smoothest ride possible these are good for you. :D

Wow, thank you for such a long and honest review!

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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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