Kenda all in on e-bike tires

Adding urban/trekking models and multiple MTB categories

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Kenda all in on e-bike tires

The “EMC” on the hot patch means it’s e-bike ready.

Love them or hate them, component options for e-bikes continue to expand. Kenda recently issued a press release trumpeting the further strengthening of its e-bike compatible line of tires, including urban/trekking models and offerings in multiple mountain bike categories.

Currently Kenda segments e-bike compatible tires into E-25 (max speed 25kph) and E-50 (max speed 50kph) classes. The E-50 models having passed the European ECE-R75 certification. Urban/trekking models are identifiable by the E-25 or E-50 decal on the tire, while the mountain bike models are marked with the EMC (E-Mountain Casing) decal.

Kenda e-bike tires come as OE spec on numerous bicycle brands, including the Haro Shift I/O, Orbea Wild, and multiple IZIP and Rad Power Bikes.

“E-bikes, in their various designs, continue to be the fastest growing segment of the market,” said Al Clark, senior director of Kenda’s North American Bicycle Division. “Kenda is committed to servicing that market as well as being a leader in offering trekking and mountain bike tires that meet the most stringent standards.”

Kenda tires are available through most major aftermarket distributors in North America, while the entire line of tires are available for view at

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