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I'm looking for a pair of folding, orange training tires, size should be 700x23C.

I'd like to have only an orange stripe, not the whole tire.

Can you recommend some model?

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Related: This thread in meta. –  Neil Fein Nov 24 '10 at 19:07
    
Ok, I agree it was a silly question. –  Simone Nov 25 '10 at 7:43
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It's not silly, there's just some disagreement about whether or not it fits in with the site. Welcome to bicyeles.se and please keep asking questions! –  Neil Fein Nov 25 '10 at 16:26

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Check out the Michelin Pro 3. 700 x 23c, folding bead.

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http://www.biketiresdirect.com/product/michelin-pro3-race-tire

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how did you find these? A google search didn't work for me. –  Neil Fein Nov 25 '10 at 16:25
    
It didn't work for me either, that's why I was asking :) –  Simone Nov 25 '10 at 16:28
    
"orange tire folding 700 x 23c" on google images ( google.ca/… ). It was somewhere in there. ;) You can also refine searches by the colour of the image ( google.ca/… ) but that returned only completely orange tires. –  Vache Nov 26 '10 at 13:54

The Vittoria Rubino Pro's have a kevlar bead (foldable) and in the past I have found them to be excellent value for money. Maybe too much orange?

Orange Rubino Pro

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A little googling goes a long way...

I didn't realize that one of my favorite tires (Continental Grand Prix) comes in many colors, including orange:

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Tufo also makes sweet tires, some in orange:

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Also see the Vredstein Fortezza Tricomp alt text

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if you just want stripes on the side, either ride through some fresh asphalt or hold a black marker to the tire while riding. –  David Nov 30 '10 at 6:32

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