Kenda Klever M/T
Kenda Klever M/T are winter non-spud tires for off-road vehicles, which, thanks to the directional tread design, are capable of providing strong grip on ice and snow, as well as safe movement on wet and dry winter roads.
Kenda Klever M/T Review tires , introduced in 2016, were created for those drivers who want to protect themselves from headaches while driving, especially in the harshest conditions of the winter period.
High performance in winter tires Kenda Klever M/T (Kenda Klever M/T) provide a unique directional tread pattern, consisting of five large-block edges, and wide separation grooves, which also differ in their depth. Together, they guarantee not only reliable adhesion of the tire to a snowy or icy road surface, but also fast, effective removal of snow and water from the contact zone, as well as maximum tractive effort.
Four longitudinal grooves provide highly effective protection against aquaplaning, said technical specialist Shina.Guide . Small, but numerous lamellas, enveloping the tread surface with a network, are designed to improve adhesion to the road surface and ensure a smooth, comfortable ride on dry pavement.
The massive sharp-edged checkers located in the Kenda Klever M/T humeral sections ensure the stability of the handling characteristics, as well as reliable contact of this friction rubber with the road in sharp turns and precise control during high-speed movement.
Kenda Klever M/T
Kenda Klever M/T - aggressive all-terrain tires for pickups and vans, designed for off-road use, which will also be relevant on hard-surface roads, where they provide stability control and driving comfort inherent in All Terrain class models. This new 2018 is characterized by “exceptional durability”, which is due to the use of patented T3 Triple Threat technology.
Kenda Klever M/T (Kenda Klever M/T) are designed not only for off-road operating conditions, such as mud, sand and gravel. Their winter performance on snow and ice is also at altitude. The model is suitable for studding and is a transition between the tires Kenda Klever M/T.
The aggressively designed serrated Kenda Klever M/T reinforced sidewalls provide additional off-road grip and protection against cuts, punctures, and abrasion under difficult conditions, says technical specialist Shina.Guide . Rim protection protects discs from damage. The three-layer frame provides additional protection against impacts and punctures.
Interlocking tread strips, aggressive design and high lamella cutting density make Kenda Klever M/T tires a good choice for use in conditions of snow, ice, slush and mud. A unique rubber tread compound helps ensure grip and softness without sacrificing durability and wear.
Bicycle in Japan
Today I would like to talk about one method of movement that is gaining popularity in Russia (finally). Probably already guessed - it will be a bicycle . Although Japan has a very good and well-thought-out transport system, I mean trains, subways and buses, at the same time it is one of the most “cycling” countries in the world.
Many people who came to Japan for the first time are often surprised by a rather large number of cyclists on the streets of cities. You can see not only children and young people, but women with expensive bags, and housewives with shopping bags, and grandmothers under 100 years old, and employees of companies in business suits, even bosses with briefcases with documents. That is, all segments of the population.
This is one of the most convenient, sometimes fast (if the city, for example, stopped in traffic), environmentally friendly modes of transport. And most importantly - it is free. You can quickly get to the place, carry a small baggage, and do not depend on anyone. Of course, if the distance is not very large.
A brief historical background: for the first time a bicycle came to Japan around 1865, but at that time it was not yet as popular and widespread as it is now. The widespread use of the bike was only after the Meiji Revolution, in 1868. We can say that since this period, the bicycle has become an integral part of the daily life of the Japanese.
In modern Japan, a bicycle is an integral part of everyday life, not only the ordinary housewife, but also schoolchildren, company employees, and even tourists. For example, housewives in all cities and settlements use bicycles with shopping baskets that are in front or behind. Moms use bicycles with a seat for the baby. Some Japanese people call such bicycles with baskets "Tetkin great" , this is a popular name :)
But in fact, they are very comfortable and bicycles adapted for everyday life. When I lived in Japan, I had such a bike. It was very convenient to drive to work, to the supermarket, to the gym, to go shopping, etc. I put the things in the basket and go. Do not strain your back, hands do not come off. Riding itself is good for health. And most importantly you save a lot of time and money.