Bias tires were the standard until the radial tire became the norm. The difference is in how they are constructed. Bias tires were typically constructed of 4 plys that run at angles to each other and the body of the tire and cross each other. Radial tires have the belts at a 90-degree angle to the tire, and the belts overlap rather than cross each other. Radial tires have another belt, usually of steel cord, running around the tire under the tread. Radial construction allows the sidewall of the tire to flex under loads without affecting the contact of the tread with the road unlike a bias tire that flexes very little. It is this flexing that requires you to use a radial tube in a radial tire. The tube is designed to handle the flexing without overheating as a bias tibe would.
No, do not mix bias tires with radial tires.
Radial is better.
You can use a radial tube in a bias ply tire BUT you can not use a bias tube in a radial tire. The sidewall flex of a radial tire is greater than that of a bias ply. A bias tube cannot flex as rapidly as a radial tube and so the resulting friction or rubbing create too much heat and the tire/tube combination will blow.
Radial tires are worlds beyond bias ply tires. In radial tires, the steel chords are placed in a criss-cross pattern. Whereas bias ply tires are placed flat across the face of the tire. Bias ply tires are much, much harder for the engine to turn and are much harder for the suspension to compensate for. Bias ply tires are almost no longer used. That goes for America at least.
bias ply, belted bias, and radial.
there are differences between men and women good thing
23.5-25 is bias ply tire 23.5r25 is radial tire
manufacturing process of bias & radial tires
According to Dunlop's site, "With a tube inserted, a tubeless tire may be fitted to a tube-type wheel." They offer one warning though: "Do not fit tubes in radial motorcycle tires, nor fit radials on rims requiring tubes, unless the tubes bear matching size and radial (R) markings." http://www.dunlopmotorcycle.com/infocenter_tiretips.asp?id=20#tip So, as long as the tube is marked for radial use, you shouldn't have any problems running a tubeless radial tire with it. The same SHOULD apply to Bias ply tired, but I can no confirm that.
It's not reccomended.