Nokian Gazzaloddi 3.0's for sale.
You either know what these are and are salivating over the keyboard right now, or you don't know and don't care.
One is new (far right), one has been used very little (far left) and the middle three have been used a bunch.
These are inarguably the most durable tires ever built for off-road bicycle use. The used versions pictured above still have many *years* of use left in them. The new versions are practically heirlooms.
Pricing is as follows:
-Either of the two newest = $50 apiece, shipped.
-Any of the three used ones = $40 apiece, shipped.
-Or all 5 for $165 shipped.
I bet they would sell quick on a Unicycle forum, those dudes love Gazzaloddi's.
Coolest tires ever, wish I had extra money to throw at them.
That Unicycle Guy
OK I am salivating
don't... need... new... tire... ... must... resist...
you don't know the width of these particular tires on trials rims at 15-20 PSI do you? If one of the used ones is smaller than mine (80mm) I might grab another so I can use it in my regular frame (82mm clearance, too tight for my current Gazz)
I can throw a post up on the unicyclist site if you want linking to this.
pm, email, bit of everything sent...
If steel is real then aluminium is supercallafragiliniun!
I sent a PM as well. I've been looking for some of these for a while now.
Here is a question noone has asked:
Are they the 24"x3.0" or the 26"x3.0" variety? If they are the 24" variety I may be interested.
Duh, nevermind. I just remembered the tread pattern is slightly better on the 24" version.
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2 new ones are sold. 3 used remain.
hello new tire still has the 3.0? I want one as is a tire for Brazil?
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