Vee Rubber are a Thai tyre manufacturer. To quote their web-site "Vee Rubber Group is the leader in Thailand, in terms of the variety of vehicle tire types produced, ranging from small go-kart to large commercial. These are carefully made from selected raw materials using modern manufacturing technology and processes. All group products are of the highest quality possible, and supplied mainly to export, but also domestic markets."
Working from comments I've found on-line they are of a very hard compound, which is probably fine in Thailand but would not work well in the cold and damp UK climate.
Thailand may be one of the worlds largest producer of Rubber but personally I wouldn't use their tyres.
go on buy some - used to use them on the old ts250 mz - you'll have loads of laughs at the shocked look of drivers as you head sideways towards them! Last forever - grip like butter - and improve your handling skills ( very quickly) or hope your with bupa!! Tred
i am somewhat disappointed with Michelin Anakee because they wearing very fast , and they are double the price of Vee Rubber , Anakee's are soft and have a good grip . Regarding my location , in Romania we ride from spring to early fall , so the tarmac is hotter than UK (but full with holes ) . In conclusion , from your opinions and personal experience i see that the Vee's are hard compound . Of course after i'll buy and get to know them i will make post a short review on them.
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