The Kenda Koncept Road Tyre 24" Was £14.99 now £0.50, save £14.49 @ Halfords (C&C)
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The Kenda Koncept Road Tyre 24" Was £14.99 now £0.50, save £14.49 @ Halfords (C&C)

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Edited by:"Stu"Found 14th Aug 2017
I know nothing about these but saw it and it seems to be a deal to me. Plenty of stock around.

According to the reviews they suit wheel chairs.

Not available for delivery but can be C&C.
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These might fit on your wheelchair but not your road bike
A child's bike might have 24" wheels.
Pretty sure from has been stated on halfords site these are imperial/fractional measurement tyres so will be larger than normal 24" tyres. They will not suit modern 24" bikes like children's mountain bikes but will suit old retro children's bikes. Quite a rare size nowadays except for wheelchairs.
Will this fit a 1985 Vauxhall Nova?
Thanks OP, perfect for my stabalizers for my 29er!
esudl46 m ago

Will this fit a 1985 Vauxhall Nova?


Only on the front.
Kenda are crap from my experience
Just got my lad a 24" hybrid. You can't go wrong at £1 for a pair of spare tyres - if they don't fit as per other comments, then the kids can user them a an alternative hula-hoop
mugglesquop11 h, 57 m ago

Kenda are crap from my experience


Kenda are huge they are they are manufacturer behind many other brands and Hung A I think is linked to them which is the manufacturer of Schwalbe tyres. Probably hard to get away from Kenda tyres even if the brand is different. Many bike brand tyres and tubes are Kenda, I know Giant are. My favourite tyres for great quality and reasonable pricing.
bonzobanana10 h, 30 m ago

Kenda are huge they are they are manufacturer behind many other brands and …Kenda are huge they are they are manufacturer behind many other brands and Hung A I think is linked to them which is the manufacturer of Schwalbe tyres. Probably hard to get away from Kenda tyres even if the brand is different. Many bike brand tyres and tubes are Kenda, I know Giant are. My favourite tyres for great quality and reasonable pricing.


hmmm well the ones i had for MTB and BMX were crap, very soft compound.

expect they produce different qualities for different markets.
Maybe a low weight tyre with a performance compound? I tend to go for the complete opposite heavy tyres with long life compounds. These koncept tyres seem to generally review well.
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