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Discuss light weight issues concerning mountain bikes & parts.
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I'm trying to translate a text about tires and I don't know the meaning of this words.
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MTB would probably be the place to ask, but I just did a quick google and came up with 'Square, chevron knobs are good for hard packed ground and fast courses, and sometimes as rear tire in the mud.' so Chevron would be a regular square pattern of knobs on the tire
But I think Chevron indicates a triangular pattern, so I'd assume its square nobs arranged in a triangular pattern, or just a triangular tread pattern
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the above shape is a double chevron
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