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Amerityre Flatfree Bicycle Tire

Submitted By: mcpaladin on 12/20/2007

Click Here! Amerityre manufactures Flat-Free Closed-Cell Polyurethane Foam tires for bicycles and scooters, golf carts, lawn & garden products, wheelbarrows & handtrucks and other specialty products.

Amerityre also makes specialty tires for custom applications such as wheelchairs, thrill rides and snow removal equipment.

Visit the website and request a free sample of their Flatfree bicycle tire and verify that they are compatible for your bicycle rims.

This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States

Click Here to Get: Amerityre Flatfree Bicycle Tire

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By: irishrob on 12/20/2007

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FREE SAMPLE PIECE of the revolutionary Amerityre flatfree bicycle tires so that I can verify that they are compatible with my bicycle rims.


By: mcpaladin on 12/20/2007

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By: irishrob on 12/20/2007

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I thought after reading the original post, you would get a whole tire. After reading the sign up page,I saw that you only get a piece of a tire.


By: Butters on 5/19/2008

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I'm sorry but how hilarious is that? A piece of a tire, come on!


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