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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 03-11-2006, 02:17 PM Thread Starter
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Red face Ride-On - Tire Protection System

Seen their ad in a magazine.

Ride-On Tire Protection System is that similar to Michilen nail-gaurd tires for cars. With this lining of tire sealant. If you get a nail or a puncture..this sealant works its way thru the hole and seals it.

I had the nail-gaurd tires on a car once and they were great. They had a display model at the tire shop and you could drill holes thru it with a drill there by the tire. The salesman said there is probably 300 holes in that tire and it still holds air.

The theory is great and has proved itself on other applications. But on your motorcycle???

Well this Ride-On company is doing it.

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How does it work

While you ride, a protective layer of Ride-On TPS - a tire sealant containing fibers six times stronger than steel - evenly coats the inner surface of your tire. If your tire is punctured, the centrifugal force of the rotating tire and the internal air pressure force Ride-On into the hole, sealing it virtually instantly.

With Ride-On TPS tire sealant, your tire literally fixes itself! And since it stops slow leaks the moment they start, your tires always stay properly inflated. Your tires last longer, your bike handles better, your fuel economy improves, and you ride more safely.

Ride-On TPS will coat and help protect your tire's contact patch with the road:
What do you think of this and would you put it in your bike?




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