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Slick tyre

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  1. In contrast, many bicycle tyres made for street use are slick

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 30, 2009
  2. a type of tyre that has no tread pattern, used mostly in auto racing

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  3. The first production "slick tyre" was developed by a company called M&H Tires in the early 1950s

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  4. a drag racing slick

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  5. By eliminating any grooves cut into the tread, such tyres provide the largest possible contact patch to the road, and maximize traction for any given tyre dimension

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