Looking for a real enduro tire worthy of your kid’s full suspension trail bike? Vee Tire Co. is adding a new option to the mix with their Flow Snap tire for kids. Let’s be real – most kids’ bikes don’t need Tackee Compound and tubeless ready casings, but those who do, don’t have many options.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

Which is why the Flow Snap will now be offered in a 20 x 2.4″ and 24 x 2.4″ option.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co. Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co. Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

The tires use the same 72 TPI Enduro Core casing with Tackee Compound rubber and an aggressive tread. Claimed weights are 650g for the 20″ and 810g for the 24″ with folding beads for $56 each.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co. Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

Between the new Flow Snap, and the existing Speedster, Crown Gem, and Rail Moto, Vee Tire Co. now has a full selection of kid’s tires from street to trail.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

Vee Tire co. also had these new City Cruz tires as an option for the commuter segment.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co. Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co. Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

Built with their Energetic Compound, B-Proof belt protection, and reflective sidewalls that are also grooved for old school friction generators, the tires are e-bike rated, and sell for $24 each in black or white, and in 26 x 1.5″, and 700c x 32, 35, 38, and 40mm.

Kid's bikes get real tubeless ready Enduro tires from Vee Tire Co.

Lastly, this isn’t really something that Vee was promoting, but I thought it was a cool concept that warranted a mention. When Vee Tire Co. has tires that are rejected for whatever reason, instead of making their way to the landfill, they have local artisans make them into key chains or other items and then sell them and donate all the proceeds to local charities. Pretty cool.

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