Maxxis' Re-Fuse hates flats as much as you do. To ward off punctures, the Re-Fuse boasts a Kevlar belt and Maxxis' excellent MaxxShield puncture-resistance technology. Plus, the diamond tread rides and corners wonderfully.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Black / 700 x 23c||04717784017969||TB86336000||QBP-TR1283|
|Black / 700 x 25c||04717784018010||TB86359000||QBP-TR1289|
|Black / 700 x 28c||04717784025186||TB88505000||QBP-TR6130|
|White / 700 x 23c||04717784023816||TB86336500||JBI-59273|
|Blue / 700 x 23c||04717784018003||TB86336400||JBI-59292|
|Red / 700 x 23c||04717784017976||TB86336100||JBI-59293|
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I tried a set of Refuses a few years ago because they were cheap and I am totally hooked. For a training tire on rough roads, you can't find a more durable tire. I have taken these tires down some very rough, dirt roads and have had very few flats. They are also great for using on a trainer, which is very hard on tires. Sure the ride isn't as smooth as a more expensive tire (and they are certainly heavier than expensive tires), but I wouldn't use an expensive tire on a trainer or on dirt roads. Bottom line: if you want a tough tire for riding on a trainer or on rough roads, this is the tire for you. The only downside is that these tires do not grip very well when roads are wet (which is rare in South Texas).