CST Czar C1406 700×25C Road Tire

$29.99
$39.99
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  • 700×25C
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  • Max 120 PSI
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Specification

Model C1406 Czar
Tire Size: 700×25C
Tire Type: Clincher
Color Black
Bead: Wire
ETRTO: 25-622
Max PSI: 120
TPI: 27
Compound: Dual
Weight (G): 310
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CST Czar is tailored for the city commute and long training rides. Dual-compound rubber enables precise cornering, and EPS puncture protection gets you out of a pinch on the commute.

 


Exceptional Puncture Safety

Exceptional Puncture Safety offers an added layer of proprietary rubberized poly-fiber material between the tread and the casing. The tight weave of this lightweight, puncture-resistant layer prevents foreign objects from penetrating the casing and damaging the tube.



Specifications

Model C1406 Czar

Tire Size: 700×25C

Color Black

Bead: Wire

ETRTO: 25-622

Max PSI: 120

TPI: 27

Compound: Dual

Weight (G): 310

 

 

Category: Road

Recommended Use: Sport, Training, Urban

Recommended Installation: Front or Rear

Customer Reviews

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J
J. Erlich
Not bad pavement road tire

I bought the CST Czar tires to replace the original tires for my road bike. The route to my office is notoriously bad on tires - pot holes, rocks, sticks, you name it. The original tires (I won't name the brand) didn't last 200 miles before the front tire popped on a rock. When I looked at the slick profile of the CST, It was hopeful that they would be fast yet still have some durability.

Now that I have ridden this pair for 750 miles, I am very happy with their performance. The tires are able to handle small rocks, cracks, and rough surfaces on my local Illinois roads. They seem to be able to handle my normal 40 mile route about as well as the more expensive tires that my friends ride. Given that I could buy three sets CST tires for the price of one set of more expensive tires, these are my choice for my training run on my road bike. I wouldn't use them for racing, as I would want to save every wheel gram I could possibly cut. But they definitely do the job for day-to-day rides.

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FRANK NEAL
no shortcomings

I have ridden 322 miles in the heat and rain in Central ..And I I have zero complaints . the comfort , reliability and durability are far beyond what I was expecting from a economical tire . I am a fan of these tires . What a great product . I will definitely be a repeat buyer

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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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