SimWorks by Panaracer
From the path where the tires have rolled, gaining inspiration, and further venturing into the world beyond. In Japan, there is a tire maker that supports such curiosity at our feet, and that reliable partner for SimWorks is Panaracer.
In 1997, Panaracer developed and debuted the "Mach SS," a semi-slick tire that balanced the light rolling resistance and grip in corners to adapt to the high-speed nature of racing. The tread pattern of the Mach SS was refined for gravel and ATB use, and the model utilizing the latest casing and compound is "The Homage."
The Volummy, which made its debut with a gum wall, has updated its basic structure to a lightweight casing. It is a tire that can be used with confidence for gravel rides and long touring, as it combines tubeless compatibility and reduces the risk of side cuts.View the Product
An all-around off-road tire with a well-balanced tread pattern that achieves a high level of both lightness and traversing capability. The tread pattern, compound, and casing are harmoniously balanced to provide not only a premium riding experience but also high durability. Of course, it is tubeless-ready.View the Product
Potter is a 20-inch tire with high durability. When thinking about it as a tool, there are many items in the world that emphasize being "compact," and the same rule applies to small-wheel bicycles. What SimWorks wanted to address with the design of the 20-inch tire was the need for bicycles, even as everyday essentials, to have both reliable performance and aesthetics.View the Product