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Does a hybrid truely have a wider tire or does a mountain have a wider tire?
I'm looking around my local bike shop and saw that the hybrids have a slim tire while a mountain has a more fatter tire. And when i researched it says the opposite. Please help me.
Feb 8 '12 at 1:55
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