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    rbergman5
    rbergman5

    6 years ago

    i just tried this to my bike there are some problems with it. One you no longer have brakes on that tire and two i road under a half mile with the zip ties on and 3/4 of the zip ties fell off. do not wast your time or money on this one. but it was a cool idea.

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    rosewood513
    rosewood513

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I do not bike but I just happened to see this and wanted to give my opinion. SHEER GENIOUS!!!!

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    oud25
    oud25

    9 years ago on Introduction

    very interesting
    but also if your on snow and ice you dont want to be slamming on your brakes
    haha

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    smirnoff04
    smirnoff04

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I'd be interested to feel how they perform vs a studded tire. Maybe I'll give it shot myself next winter. I also wonder how long they'd last and if they'd cause the tire to wear unusually where it contacts the straps.

    Concerns aside, I think the concept is terrific. Very creative use of zip ties, TruorFalse. :)

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    r-philp
    r-philp

    9 years ago on Introduction

    How do you brake after adding the zip-ties? Wouldn't they catch on the pads of the calipers?

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    21GeeOff21
    21GeeOff21

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    this method works best with disk brakes.... but still rather effective if you really NEED to bike in the ice/snow.

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    BladeFyre Studios
    BladeFyre Studios

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I guess it would depend if you have "backward-peddle" brakes (many kid bikes [20" or smaller]) or hand brakes....