heat will bring em back ,sun works great but looking at your sig thats outa the question :lol:
Tires often come to the dealers folded up.Just to let everyone know..... folding tires like that is not recommended!!! I got them installed (was told they were the hardest tires to ever install and needed to be put in oven to warm up). They never came back to true form. They wobble when riding and after a few hours of riding they are nearly back to form, but still have a few "bubbles" where they were folded. 2 areas actually have cuts that are probably 2 ply deep and looks like dry-rot where they were excessively folded. They still hold air and took off for summer riding, but hope they last without getting a sidewall puncture. So beware anyone that buys tires online, make sure they are never folded... I will only buy tires from now on that I see first and can inspect to make sure they were never folded.
If the tires haven't started to leak yet, they will. I bought a brand new set of ITP ATR's that had 10 leaks in one back tire, and 7 in the other. All leaked in the spots you described. They took mine back and gave me a new set from a different batch. These weren't perfect, but much better.Wish I had pics of them, but won't get to see my ride again until sometime in May / June and will get pics of them then. The "bubbles" I refer to are waves in the tires (about 5" length oval shape) between and under the tread part that causes the entire tire to wobble when rotated, since it is not cylindrical. The rubber separation is extensive and at the base of the treads on many treads and the sidewalls, looking like dryrot, but all areas effected are at the exact locations where the tire was folded within itself.
So I take it from your post that this tire was not properly constructed and I should throw away?