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Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

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Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel


Michelin has developed an innovative tire design called Tweel. The tire requires no air and cannot burst or flat. Its base is connected to shock shock-absorbing polyurethane spokes which are used to support the outer rim.

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

Michelin's Innovative Tyre Tweel

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0 #45 Mark Goodman 2013-08-03 20:35
when will these be available to the public?
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0 #44 sjm 2011-08-18 16:57
can hub motors be applied on these tires?
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0 #43 John Calumbiran 2011-06-21 16:58
do they have tweels for motorcycles?spe cifical 17inch rims?
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+2 #42 jake 2011-05-29 04:05
what about the application of power/torque wouldn't the rubber just bend if you apply lots of turning force quickly? like accelerating and braking fast?
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0 #41 Kevin 2011-05-25 08:17
I'm just wondering about the heat they could generate on a highway. Rubber gets kinda weak when heat is applied. Other than that I think this idea is awsome!
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