The Hutchinson Serenity tire can ride up to 3,000 miles and won't flat when punctured
@cme drives nails into the Hutchinson Serenity tires to demonstrate their durability
Hutchinson Serenity tires mounted on wheels built by @cme
Reflective sidewalls light up the Hutchinson Serenity tire at night
A microcellular tube fits inside a specially designed tire casing on the Hutchinson Serenity tire
Don't worry about glass and other objects in the road
As a number of riders in this year’s Tour de France can attest, getting a flat after hitting a tack or nail on the road not only causes delays, but can also be downright dangerous. Last year, Hutchison released its airless Serenity tire that is 100 percent flat-proof, but cyclist Steve Boehmke found they were fairly difficult to install and only fitted a very specific sized rim. To overcome this, he’s built wheelsets with the tires pre-mounted that are designed to take the hassle out of getting them on your bike.
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