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Apollo Tramplr tyres launched in India | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The costs for a set of Tramplr tyres ranges between Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000.

Apollo has launched the brand new Tramplr sequence of block sample tyres designed for bikes within the 150cc-500cc section. The Apollo Tramplr XR is extra off-road biased at 70:30, whereas the Tramplr ST has a 80:20 bias. The tyres have been developed and examined in India.

Apollo Tramplr XR

The Apollo Tramplr XR options massive tread blocks, open cross grooves and a particular compound for enhanced grip on off-road surfaces. That being stated, these tyres will not be meant for hardcore off-road trails. The corporate provides that though these are dual-purpose tyres, the Tramplr XR gives good high-speed stability on the highway.  

The Apollo Tramplr XR is offered in numerous sizes. The 90/90-19 entrance and 120/80 R18 sizes are suited to Royal Enfields just like the Traditional and Meteor 350. Then there’s the 100/80-17 entrance and 140/70-R17 rear set of tyres for bikes such because the Yamaha FZ sequence, Suzuki Gixxer sequence and even the Kawasaki Ninja 300. Lastly, 110/70-R17 and 150/60-R17 is a radial tyre set for bikes such because the KTM sequence, TVS Apache RR 310, Suzuki Gixxer 250 and the Honda CB300 R. 

Apollo Tramplr ST

The Tramplr ST has a special tread sample and is alleged to supply low rolling noise, good moist climate efficiency on metropolis roads whereas providing first rate grip on mild off-road trails. The accessible sizes are suited to bikes within the Bajaj Pulsar. Yamaha MT-15 and TVS Apache RTR vary.

Apollo Tramplr tyres: costs

Costs for the Apollo Tramplr sequence vary between Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 for a set. 

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