Cycle Pro 300
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Category:  Tires
Name:  Cycle Pro 300
Brand:  Cycle Pro
Model:  300
Years:  Early 1970's - ?
Country:  United States
Weight:  300 grams
Added By: Bob Fulleman on 07/10/09
Updated By: JFischer on 11/03/09
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Cycle Pro 300
Label MarkingsCycle pro Nylon Butyl 300Tire TypeTubular
SizesMax PSI 
Sidewall TypeDesigned Use 
General Information

Inexpensive tubular from the early 1970's.  Nice tread pattern...cross hatch (on sides) for stability in corning and straight (center) for less rolling resistance.

CyclePro was a name used by Derby Cycle for marketing of bicycles, bicycle parts and accessories.  These tires were likely made in Japan, possibly by National Tire (aka: Panaracer)

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