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VEE Tire Co.

comes from a long tradition in the tire industry. The parent company, VEE RUBBER, has been producing OEM automobile, motorcycle and bicycle tires since 1977 and remains the leading manufacturer of high-performance rubber tires in Thailand. VEE Tire Co benefits from this resource by leveraging research and development in other tire industries as well as the ability to quickly produce prototypes and innovative testing concepts.

It's the mixture that counts

Please note: If you ride two different models on the front and rear wheels (e.g. Snap WCE and Flow R-Two as a bike park combination), then the rear tire should always have the harder rubber compound. The compounds are sorted from soft to hard

Top40 Compound (Top40)

From our Tackee Compound, the rider expects a slower rebound to maintain grip on roots and rocks. Then the Top 40 Compound was created as the softest compound Vee Tire Co. has ever developed. More control, more comfort and more confidence on any terrain!

Gravity range
Tackee Compound (TC)

This compound is one of the softest compounds and makes for a tire that is fun to ride as it sticks to all mountain and enduro segments. Unlike other soft compounds offered by competitors, the Tackee Compound offers the smallest rebound for more control when downhill. This compound has a low hardness of 48 A.

Gravity range
Fast-50 Compound (Fast50)

This compound is one of the softest compounds and makes for a tire that is fun to ride as it sticks to all mountain and enduro segments. Unlike other soft compounds offered by competitors, the Tackee Compound offers the smallest rebound for more control when downhill. This compound has a low hardness of 48 A.

Gravity range
Multipurpose Compound (MPC)

The Multipurpose Compound offers the largest selection of all Vee Tire Co materials because it is designed for all terrains. This compound allows durability and extends the life of the tire with a hardness of 56A.

Kids & Juniors
Dual Control Compound (DCC)

The Dual Control Compound features two types of materials for speed and control. With a hardness of 56A in the middle and a lower hardness of 48A on the sides, this tire enables fast rolling resistance with excellent cornering properties.​

MTB range
Silica Compound (SC)

Silica Compound is a technology from the automotive and motorcycle industries. Which offers excellent performance even in colder conditions. This soft material maintains its low resistance and flexibility in all temperatures with a rating of 57A on the hardness scale.

Fat Tires
Energetic Compound (EnC)

The Energetic Compound was specially developed for urban trekking. This mixture is resistant to punctures and has a hardness of 60 A. This allows for excellent rolling resistance on both traditional and e-bikes to conserve either your energy or that of your battery.​

Urban Commuter
E-Ctrl Compound (E-Ctrl)

The E-Ctrl Compound is our brand new eMTB compound that offers excellent rolling resistance at high speeds and exceptional cornering grip. E-Ctrl uses our efficient 60a Energetic Compound for the central tread, providing long life and lower rolling resistance, but with our race-proven Top 40 compound on the side knobs for next-level cornering grip and predictability.​

Crown Gem E-Ctrl
Low Specific Gravity Compound (LSG)

The Low Specific Gravity Compound is incredibly light. Designed for BMX and racing, it allows for fast speeds with a hardness of 66A.​

BMX range

Strong tire casings

The tire structure
A bicycle tire consists of three basic elements: the carcass, the bead and the tread. The core of the tire determines the tire diameter and ensures a secure fit on the rim. As a rule, the core of the tire consists of a bundle of wires. In folding tires, a ring made of aramid fibers is used instead of the wire. The carcass is the “framework” of the tire. The textile fabric is coated on both sides with rubber and cut at a 45 degree angle.
Enduro core

The 1-layer jacket combined with reduced apex strength is the perfect weight compromise to meet the requirements of the Enduro and Super Trail categories. The Enduro Core is the right choice to withstand descents while maintaining climbing properties.

GXE Core

Our 1.5-layer casing with Apex inserts, bead reinforcement and B-Proof Nano is the perfect mix of traction and weight for enduro and all-mountain riding. The GXE Core was inspired by our successful Gravity and Enduro Core technologies by combining the best parts into a fast and agile construction. Suitable for weekend bikers through to Enduro World Series professionals.

GravityCore

This complex casing combined with 2-layer and Synthesis technology provides three-layer protection. Gravity Core is the highest level of protection and is designed to remain agile enough for downhill while still offering maximum durability.​

DHCore

Designed for the rigorous demands of the UCI World Cup, this complex casing combines a 2-layer construction, bead reinforcement, Apex inserts and our Synthesis sidewall technology for the highest level of protection. The DH Core is designed to give riders confidence and maneuverability for the descent while providing supreme durability. If you ride the last groove, you should choose the DH Core.

synthesis

This special fabric provides additional puncture and cut protection. Adapted from road tire technology, Synthesis is lighter than the standard casing, improves performance and has a high-quality aesthetic exterior.​

B-Proof puncture protection

The B-Proof casing features a special material that provides additional protection without increasing weight. Almost identical to a fabric seal, the belt is paper-thin but extremely strong. Ideal for riding in all conditions, this flexible protection prevents tears and punctures.​

The override technology

1. The Override casing is 3 times stronger than ours B-proof aramid belt and 2 times stronger than that than the B-Proof+ aramid belt.
2. Using a lower TPI value ensures better puncture, cut and abrasion resistance.
3. It is a little heavier, but as our target customers If you are a rider with fast e-bikes with high-speed motors, this should not be noticeable.

TPI

In addition to the carcasses (cores) mentioned, there are also various different fabric thicknesses available. The higher the TPI number, the thinner-walled and more flexible the tire is. Thin-walled tires are lighter, have less rolling resistance, but are more prone to punctures.

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