Ribbed front tires are not permitted in ROAR Short Course competition

Jan 05, 2011 3 Comments by
Trevor “Chilly” Duncan
Latest from ROAR:ROAR has amended the tire rules in the Short Course category to specifically exclude the use of ribbed front tires. Use of ribbed front tires is inconsistent with a category that has achieved most of its popularity on the basis of scale appearance. Therefore, ROAR has decided not to allow use of this type of tire on this basis.

Trevor “Chilly” Duncan
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3 Responses to “Ribbed front tires are not permitted in ROAR Short Course competition”

  1. Jordan says:

    I wanted to start out with ribbed tires for racing and now i read thisssss!

  2. sono says:

    roar is suck up…..and why do you have to be a member to race…

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