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scott111193

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scott111193 says:

Chinese Tyres

Hi everyone 

 
Has anyone had any experience with Chinese (no grip) tyres? 

I have been having trouble with mine and it may be a 'Chinese Tyre thing'. 

I ride a Pulse adrenaline 125 which is of course Chinese, the original tyres are still on it, they are branded 'Kingstone' I think. 

After riding the Honda CG125 For my bike test, I now realise how bad my tyres are. I have trouble turning into roads at low speed, and the back wheel steps out far too easily, I am actually tense just turning at all in the wet, I rode the cg125 in the wet and felt nice and relaxed all the time. This told me there was a problem with mine. 

They are awful things and don't like riding in the wet with them anymore. Anyone had Chinese tyres before? 

Scott 

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jaffa90

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Posts: 8609

jaffa90 says:

Chinese tyres

From what you say i won`t be buying any,also you`ve answered your own question.

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