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Tires and tubulars are crucial components of track bikes, providing the grip needed for fast and safe riding on the track. Here is a description of their function, their characteristics, the standards and the different types of tires and tubulars for track bikes:

Function :

1. Adhesion:

Tires and tubulars provide essential grip between the bike and the track surface, allowing the rider to control their trajectory and make turns safely.

2. Comfort:

They absorb shocks and vibrations from the track, providing an extra level of comfort to the rider while riding.

Features :

1. Width:

Track bike tires and tubulars come in a range of widths, typically from 19mm to 25mm. A narrower width can provide better rolling resistance and a more agile feel, while a wider width can provide better cornering grip and increased stability.

2. Tread profile:

Some tires and tubulars feature a specific tread profile designed to optimize grip in different track conditions, such as fast corners or straights.

3. Carcass material:

The tire or tubular carcass can be made from different materials, such as cotton, nylon or polyester. These materials affect the flexibility and durability of the tire or tubular.


1. ETRTO dimension:

Tires and tubulars are generally marked with their size according to the ETRTO (European Tire and Rim Technical Organization) standard, which indicates the width and diameter of the tire in millimeters.

2. Inflation pressure:

Each tire or tubular has a recommended inflation pressure range, which depends on factors such as tire width, rider weight and trail conditions.

Different types of tires and tubulars for track bikes:

1. Tyres:

These are traditional tires that attach to specific tire rims using inner tubes. They are easy to install and repair in the field in the event of a puncture.

2. Hoses:

Tubulars are tubeless tires that are glued directly to specific tubular rims. They generally offer a smoother ride and better grip than clincher tires, but they can be more difficult to install and require some expertise to repair in the event of a puncture.

3. Tubeless tires:

Tubeless tires are similar to traditional tires but do not have an inner tube. They provide exceptional grip and are often used by professional track racers. They require specific rims.

In summary, tires and tubulars are essential components for ensuring a fast, comfortable and safe ride on trail bikes. With specific characteristics such as width, tread profile and carcass material, as well as manufacturing standards, they contribute significantly to the rider's performance and riding experience on the track .