Compare Birla ROADMAXX BT S62 and CEAT GRIPP

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Birla ROADMAXX BT S62 3.50 R10

1316

CEAT GRIPP 90/100 R10

1200

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Specifications

Summary

  • Price (INR)
  • Models Supported
    10 Models Supported
    10 Models Supported

    Bikes using ROADMAXX BT S62 3.50 R10 Tube

    Bikes using GRIPP 90/100 R10 Tube

  • Handling
    This feature explains how good this tyre is in term of handling & response.
    0/5
    4.3/5
  • Fuel Saving
    This feature explains how much this tyre helps in improving vehicle fuel efficency.
    0/5
    4.6/5
  • Wet Grip
    This feature explains performance and control in wet road conditions.
    0/5
    4.5/5
  • Ride Comfort
    This feature explains how smooth and comfortable ride this tyre delivers.
    0/5
    4/5
  • Durability
    This feature provides an indication of tyre wear and tyre life
    0/5
    4.3/5
  • Reviews & Rating
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    2 Reviews

    Reviews for ROADMAXX BT S62 3.50 R10 Tube

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      Reviews for GRIPP 90/100 R10 Tube

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      • By Posted on 09-03-2015 12:43:55
        4.2

        Today, CEAT stands atop the list of tyre making firms. This is the brand, which is trusted by countless customers all across the world. Among the various products it has offered, this particular model named, Gripp is mainly designed to provide a comfort ride without compromising with safety. It features a rugged tread pattern that can take on any road, while maintaining better stability and control over a vehicle. Moreover, it also ensures excellent braking ability while making turns quite easier to a driver.

      • By Posted on 17-05-2019 15:10:58
        4.4

        My first-gen Yamaha Fazer has been rocking the Ceat Gripp motorcycle tyres and it has been a pretty satisfactory experience. Though the bike doesn’t come with an anti-lock braking system (ABS), the tyres provide enough grip to ensure that the bike stops in a mannered way, even during emergency braking. The fact that these tyres are designed for wading-off rainwater, thanks to their deep grooves on the surface, helps a ton in making them one of the best tyres to use while riding in heavy rains. However, I have found that the sidewall of these tyres isn’t as strong as some of the others and thus owners need to be careful of not scraping the tyres on a pavement or big rock.

    • Speed Rating (kmph)
      This indicates the maximum speed ( in kmph ) for the tyre when the vehicle is at full load.
    • Load Rating (Kg)
      Which corresponds to maximum weight ( In kilogram) a tyre can carry at full speed.
      0
    • Width (mm)
      3.5
      90
    • Aspect Ratio (%)
      t is the ratio of the sidewall height’s to the cross section width.
      100
    • Rim Size (Inches)
      This stands for the diameter of the wheel that the tyre is designed to fit.
      10
      10
    • Construction Type
      R stands for radial-ply construction. B stands for bias ply.
      R
      R
    • Warranty (Year)
      4 Years
      5 Years