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Old 2012-10-13, 04:51 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Philippe View Post
Seems interesting but sadly I didn't found any retailer in Europe...

I don't know if you are still looking for a Berm Master, but I found the address for FELT GmbH:

D - 26188 EDEWECHT

U.S. Address:

IRVINE, CA 92618

Also, the stock number for the U.S. Berm Master on the "tire wrap/packaging" is 719471.

It's really a good tire for the price: very good for city riding, and pretty good for 24" street & trials.

I took my N24 equipped with the Berm Master for Josh from UDC-US try out at Outerbike and he thought it was good enough for UDC-US to investigate further. Let's hope it's still in production.


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Old 2017-08-22, 10:13 AM   #32
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I have had this tire for about 2 months. It has gone the distance.
This thing this tire is best at is cornering and hard surfaces.
I push my tire really hard, and even so, I have only bottomed it out
twice. (Try-all 24" rim.)

Yesterday I went Muni-ing and
The Berm Master Mastered most of the terrain I threw it at.
It only threw me at the terrain once,(uphill sand.)
But mostly I was throwing terrain at it.
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Old 2017-08-22, 02:42 PM   #33
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I installed one of these on my KH24 last night and have yet had a chance to try it out. Am looking for a higher volume/wider tire as a replacement for the holy roller I've been running for about a year. My Muni riding mainly consists of hard pack single trails with soft sandy spots in the lower areas. As I usually need to ride paved trails about a mile or two to get back into the woods I need a dual purpose tire, the holy roller is great but being 2.4" wide made it too squirrelly in the soft stuff.
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Old 2017-09-02, 05:21 PM   #34
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I just did my first two rides on my new Berm Master. I bought it to replace the nearly worn out stock Duro 24 x 3.0 on my Oracle. The first ride was just skill practice in a park. Right away I discovered that I needed to increase the air pressure from the 12.5 that I normally run, to 15.5 for the new tire. Maybe the sidewalls aren't as stiff? Doesn't matter. It performed flawlessly after that.

This morning I took it to the trail that I ride the most to see how it handled my typical MUni ride. No problem! It was no different than the Duro that I was so used to. Didn't even take any time to get a feel for it. It felt great right from the start. The trails here are very hard packed, dry single track with some sandy spots. So I can't say how it works in mud or other trail conditions. I can't really say how any tire works in mud. But where I ride the Berm Master works just fine.

And because it costs less than half the price of the Duro, it's my new favorite tire.
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