Alienation TCS F1 Tubeless Tire (Grey) (20" / 406 ISO) (1.95") (Folding)

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Alienation TCS F1 Tubeless Tire (Grey) (20" / 406 ISO) (1.95")
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1. Tire Diameter | 2. Tire Width:

  • 20" / 406 ISO | 1.95"
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The Alienation TCS F1 tire is a tubeless compatible BMX tire designed specifically for use as a front racing tire . It features a lightweight 120TPI casing with a dual compound directional tread that's harder in the center to roll faster and softer on the outer area for more grip when leaned over. Although designed as a tubeless tire, the F1 also works great with traditional rim & tube setups.

The advantages of running tubeless are:
Less weight: A tube might not seem very heavy, but rotating weight that far out on the wheel is noticeable. So no tube along with Alienation's lightweight casing has a significant effect on the feel of the bike.
Less flat tires: With sealant constantly flowing inside the tire, small punctures are quickly sealed. There is also no worry of pinch flats.
Lower tire pressure: Although the F1 is rated at 85 psi max pressure, it's possible to run much lower pressures without any worry of pinch flats. Lower pressure can give you better traction, control and smoother ride by allowing the tire to conform more to the terrain or obstacle.

To run the F1 tire tubeless, it is strongly recommended that you only use it with a TCS compatible rim. Alienation's proprietary TCS (Tubeless Compatible System) bead ensures a perfect fit that can be inflated and seated with a simple hand pump. You'll also need TCS compatible rim tape, valve stem and sealant. 

Tire Type: Clincher (Tubeless Compatible)
Bead: Folding
Compound: Dual
TPI (Threads Per Inch): 120 TPI
Puncture Protection: No
Inflation: 85 PSI
Color: Grey
Weight: 12.3 oz (350g) 

This product was added to our catalog on May 3, 2021

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Saturday, Aug 14 2021 (10 months ago)
Alienation TCS F1 Tubeless Tire (Grey) (20" / 406 ISO) (1.95")
Separation at center tread looking like a hole, but no hole thru the casing...tire had a weird bend to it, sealant wasn't needed because it wasn't a puncture. Tires were never ridden with other than a couple driveway figure 8s and loops. Really disappointed with this as the prep was more involved and a total flop.