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Mold

As relates to bike tires, this references a metal cavity that’s housed inside the shell-like vulcanization chamber. Once the chamber is heated, and the rubber softens, the mold’s negative impression leaves behind grooving in the tread for improved traction.

Derek is an avid cyclist with more than two decades of experience in the sport, and currently resides in Denver, Colorado. He enjoys all types, including road, MTB, cyclocross/gravel, commuting, and touring. When he's not writing reviews and guides related to bike accessories, parts, and gear for TreadBikely.com, he's riding, talking about cycling, or thinking about bikes he can't afford. #rolloutblissout