Serfas Vermin-Rear Older Tires

DESCRIPTION

  • Integrated Flat Protection Systems
  • Rear specific directional design
  • Built for unparalleled puncture resistance
  • Designed for packed to moderately loose conditions

USER REVIEWS

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[Apr 01, 2007]
Dan D
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
Strength:

This review of the 26" x 1.9" rear Vermin will be almost identical to my review of the front tire. All of the same strengths apply: Low weight & rolling resistance; superb performance & cornering ON HARD-PACKED SURFACES; the Serfas Flat Prevention System is bullet-proof.

Weakness:

Same weaknesses: Downright dangerous on anything that is soft or loose; they don't *look* all that impressive (even though they get the job done very well)

If you're riding on hard-packed surfaces, you cannot go wrong with Vermins. I love 'em.

If it has rained recently or if you're riding loose-packed trails, simply switch the Vermins out for a knobbier set of tires.

Similar Products Used:

Ritchey Z-Max Kevlars

[Jul 13, 2007]
Scott

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
Strength:

This tire is good for people that are riding on crushed brick trails. Flat protection is great.

Weakness:

If it is a wet surface you should switch these tires, they are poor on wet surfaces.

I would only recomend this tire to somebody riding on crushed brick trails in the city or places that are not too loose of gravel. I have found the tire good on dry pavement but it is a major disaster on wet roads or trails.

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