It is extremely important to always have good tread on your bike tires. The tires grip the surface you are riding and give you control of your bike. When thinking of your tires you should always remember the following:
1. Never ride on bald tires
Less tread, less control. Bald tires may make you crash. This is more important for riders who are riding on ramps or trails. Note some riders will use a “slick” tire on their back wheel, but not in the front. In certain conditions slick tires give more contact to pavement
2. Use a tire liner or thorn resistant tubes
If you are tired of replacing tubes and dealing with punctures, these products can help eliminate most punctures .Note can make the bike a little heavy but sometimes worth it .
3. Use the proper tools
It is not recommended to use a screwdriver or any other sharp object to remove your tire .
Use tire levers. This will lessen the chance of you damaging your tire.