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Veloflex Pave(10 posts)

Veloflex PaveChris Cavin
Sep 1, 2003 7:32 PM
Someone said you can find these tires cheap on ebay. No luck. Any leads?
re: Veloflex Pavemfuchs
Sep 2, 2003 4:19 AM
sdeals.com has them for $32.60 ea.
re: Veloflex Paveglia
Sep 2, 2003 5:32 AM
Email Danny at CritUSA@aol.com
He sells them at 31.99 + shipping. I just bought 4 of them. He's got the best price and is great to deal with!
re: Veloflex Pavefiltersweep
Sep 2, 2003 1:20 PM
euromike regularly has them on ebay for 'buy it now' at $60/pair + $4 shipping and handling... but I see they are no longer there. The critusa price is right on that target...

They are a beautiful tire!
re: Veloflex Paveamper
Sep 2, 2003 3:00 PM
Danny at CritUSA@aol.com has the best deals out there. I paid $29.75 each plus shipping. Great to deal with, he mailed me the tires and I sent him a check after I received them. They are the best tires I have ridden.
re: Veloflex Paveglia
Sep 2, 2003 4:24 PM
I had the same experience. If someone trusts you enough to just mail you 4 tires and ask you for a check afterwards he deserves your business!
re: Veloflex Pave For 112 Mile RR?hawaiirace
Sep 3, 2003 2:09 AM
Danny @ critusa@aol.com is the best, email your order, he mails you the tires and you send him the check, couldn't be any better than that!

I would like to know if anyone has used the Veloflex Pave for a 112+ mile RR? I was going try them on up coming race but not sure they can handle the distant. Appreciate any advice.
Go the distance! Supple and comfortable...Spunout
Sep 3, 2003 3:42 AM
just don't pump them up to 140, you'll pay for it!

Maybe someone here has pressure suggestions for your weight, but I think a light supple tire might be better at 115r/105f where you can place a bit more rubber on the road, spread out the wear.
112 is nothingfiltersweep
Sep 3, 2003 4:59 AM
These are Veloflex' "heaviest" tires, AFAIK- meaning that they have flat protection. You should be fine. I wouldn't train on them as everday tires unless you are old money. I used mine on a RR with no wheel truck and was fine.
BTW, if there was ANY risk in 112m, NOBODY would use them. nmSpunout
Sep 3, 2003 6:55 AM