Mountain bike tires: there's a new boss in town. Serfas' 29-inch Sheriff tire is made from a long-wearing rubber compound and features a great small-knob tread pattern to give you traction on paths, trails and city streets.
$64.95 - $72.95
This is the #1 tire choice for Tour Divide, the longest mountain bike race in the world, stretching from Canada to Mexico along the Rockies. It features an elevated centerline that rolls effortlessly on hard surfaces, numerous micro-knob working edges providing lateral traction and predictability, and a voluminous casing designed to go the distance. It's no wonder why the Nano is a favorite tire of ultra endurance mega athlete Jay Petervary. Usage: XC / Trail Conditions: Dry to Damp / Pavement to Sand - TCS Light/Fast Rolling: 685g, Dual DNA compound - Race Tube-Type: 575g, DNA compound
$70.00 - $80.00
Teravail's Cumberland offers a stable platform for loaded-down riding on rugged dirt trails and chunky jeep roads. The low-profile, medium spaced knobs in the center maintain low rolling resistance while providing reliable climbing and braking traction. Meanwhile, large side knobs rarely seen on tires that can go the distance bite deeply to deliver outstanding angular stability on loose and rough surfaces. Available in two casing types, there is a Cumberland to fit your severe duty dirt needs. The 29 x 2.6” Cumberland offers the perfect balance of volume, weight, and traction in a slightly smaller 29 plus casing. You get the benefits of a large volume casing like increased traction and lower air pressure without the extra weight and rolling resistance.
$70.00 - $80.00
Teravail's Kennebec delivers serious loose-conditions traction in plus sizes that take the focus off the who's-wider argument, instead zeroing in on real-world performance demanded by today's riders. Available in two casing types, there is a Kennebec to fit your severe duty dirt needs. Teravail designed the 2.6" Kennebec to offer the best balance of volume, weight, and traction. A slightly smaller casing than standard plus-sized 29er tires reduces weight and rolling resistance while working on a wide range of rim widths. Riders still feel the benefits of increased traction and lower air pressure found in a larger volume casing.
A 29-inch version of Surly's high-volume, heavy-duty, off-road touring, set-it-and-forget-it ExtraTerrestrial tread. Like its 26-inch counterpart, it was designed to shine on hard pack surfaces and features an extremely low-profile, directional tread pattern that offers tons of traction with hardly any rolling resistance. With a nylon breaker in the sidewalls for cut protection, a molded pattern for anti-cut propagation, and a Kevlar cap under the tread, ET gives you more flat protection than you ever thought possible. - Bead Seat Diameter: 622mm - Rim Width: 19mm – 50mm outer dimensions - Casing: 60tpi, tubeless-ready bead
Our Compound Control tire is the answer for any rider looking to launch an urban assault or perform at their peak level at the local skate park. That's because it provides awesome, fast rolling traction, whether you're riding over concrete or asphalt. And with our Control casing, you get the added benefit of cut-resistance and extra sidewall stiffness. - Casing: 60 TPI - Bead: Foldable - Compound: 60a - 29 x 2.2", PSI 35-65, approximate weight 750g
The Hardrock'R is a long lasting tire with an aggressive, yet smooth rolling, tread with multi-directional knobs that are sure to improve traction and cornering over mixed terrain. And with the added benefit of Flak Jacket flat protection, you'll be sure to hit it all with confidence and control. - Casing: 30 TPI - Bead: Wire - Compound: 70a - Flat Protection: Flak Jacket - 29 x 2.0", PSI 35-65, approximate weight 1000g
The comfort is the same as Schwalbe's Big Apple balloon tire but the profile and look of Big Ben are much more striking. Made with the durable Endurance compound and reliable RaceGuard puncture protection, Big Ben is also an option for the e-bike. Of course with ECE-R75 certification for fast e-bikes. - Wire Bead with Reflective Sidewall and K-Guard Protection
The old dream pairing reunited. Rapid Rob uses the former profile of Racing Ralph and for many years it has proved an attractive entry-level model. - K-Guard: Consists of natural rubber and is reinforced with KEVLAR fibers. Together with the 50 EPI carcass, the tire is well protected against punctures. - Wire Bead
$60.00 - $67.00
Get after it with Maxxis' Ardent holding the line. This versatile tire features large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed corners along with a ramped center tread for easy rolling. Plus, the high-volume casing delivers a plush ride. The EXO version adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind. - Folding bead - Weight: 700g (29 x 2.25), 750g (EXO 29 x 2.25), 805g (EXO 29 x 2.40)
Get after it with Maxxis' UST tubeless Ardent holding the line. This versatile tire features large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed corners along with a ramped center tread for easy rolling. Plus, the high-volume casing delivers a plush ride. - Folding bead - Weight: 885g
Achieve your cross-country dreams with Maxxis' Crossmark. This ultra-fast tire features a quick-rolling center ridge for unparalleled speed. Plus, the raised side knobs bite into corners for precise handling. - Folding bead - Weight: 605g
Realize your cross-country dreams with Maxxis' Crossmark UST. This tubeless 29er tire features a fast-rolling center ridge for unparalleled speed. The raised side knobs bite into corners for precise handling, and Maxxis' LUST sidewalls make this race-ready rubber more durable and airtight than ever. - Folding bead - UST tubeless
A high-volume 29er for urban assault. The Grifter is Maxxis' most popular freestyle tire, and for good reason. The tread pattern rolls fast to help you keep your momentum and the high-volume casing softens landings. So when Maxxis set out to create a 29-inch urban assault tire, the Grifter was the natural result. The Grifter is available in 2.00- and 2.50-inch widths for riders looking for a lightweight, durable, and fast tire to master the streets. - Fast-rolling tread - High-volume casing - Urban-tough
The OG urban assault tire. The Maxxis Hookworm is the original urban assault tire, designed to take the abuses of the most aggressive street riders. Huge air-volume softens the drops, while the inverted tread design makes rolling resistance minimal. Bead-to-bead tread provides durability and traction whether you're dropping staircases, grinding rails, or riding in your local skatepark. - Curved grooved slick design - Rim-to-rim tread-protected sidewalls - Urban Assault soul
$60.00 - $68.00
Get fantastic traction on any terrain with Maxxis' Ignitor. The smaller knobs deliver low-rolling resistance for flying on the straights, while the ramped, pentagonal side knobs provide the bite you want in the corners. The EXO version adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind. - Folding bead - Weight: 635g
$77.00 - $78.00
Maxxis' Ikon, as the name suggests, is one tire that other treads look up to. Great for everything from dry hardpack to loose, this light tire still gives you high-volume and a 2.2-inch width for hold-your-line control. This member of Maxxis' eXCeption Series of tires features a combination of a softer 62a compound and supple 120 TPI casing. This makes for a lighter model tire and enhances cornering, braking, and acceleration. Run it on the front, back, or both. - Folding bead - Weight: 520g (3C), 575g (3C EXO) - Recommended for race use only
- Twice the thickness of a standard road tire for added longevity - Completely slick tread for minimal rolling resistance
$65.00 - $90.00
Surly's Knard is a 29 x 3-inch wide tire with the perfect tread for maximum traction plus low rolling resistance. It's designed for Surly's 50mm-wide Rabbit Hole rim (sold separately), and it will also play nice on rims down to about 35mm wide. But, your frame must have the clearance, Clarence.
When you name a tire after a 70's action star, that tire better come correct. WTB's Bronson, like the rugged Charles himself, excels in rough conditions that make lesser specimens slink away. This lightweight, versatile tire hooks up in everything from dry hardpack to loose chunder to mud with widely spaced square knobs. The knobs are linked together so the tire doesn't get all squirrelly when stuffing it into high-speed corners. The ramped center knobs make for straight-line speed while the tall side knobs corner with confidence. Wanna be a hero? Ride the Bronson, because everyone knows, the hero always wins.
Turn your mountain bike into a road warrior with Specialized's Fatboy Tire. Fast and smooth, this tire cruises city streets with ease. Plus, this city slicker features Specialized's Flak Jacket technology for excellent flat prevention.
Serfas' Drifter is a great tire for cruising down the bike path and rolling down city streets. The tough 69 durometer rubber maximizes mileage while the inverted tread reduces rolling resistance for efficiency on the road. Plus, Serfas' Flat-Protection System lets you ride worry-free.
Serfas' HP MTB is a great all-around tire for varying cross-country conditions. The low-profile center tread rolls fast and the rounded casing profile is predictable in corners. The 2.2-inch 29er tire features Serfas' excellent flat-protection plus folding beads for weight savings.
Serfas' Krest 29-inch tire is a fast, predictable XC and all-mountain tire. The Krest uses ramped, medium-height knobs in the center for speed, and tightly spaced lugs all around offer great traction. It can be used as either a front or rear tire in all conditions.
Everything has been tuned for control and maximum grip on Schwalbe's Hans Dampf. The tread functions with absolute poise and is well behaved in every situation, especially loose, rocky terrain. It's available in a grippy TrailStar compound for the front wheel or faster rolling PaceStar as an option for the rear wheel.
The Shield is Ritchey's great all-around 29er performer. Its low-profile tread gives you good traction and control whether you're acceleration in loose stuff or braking in corners. Speaking of corners, the Shield uses a dual compound tread, so you have a harder rubber in the middle for straight-line speed and longer wear, with softer rubber up on the shoulders for confident leaning. It's also tubeless ready.
Maxxis' Ikon, as the name suggests, is a tire other treads look up to. Great for everything from dry hardpack to loose conditions, this light tire still gives you high-volume and a 2.2-inch width for hold-your-line control. It features their triple-compound technology with softer sides for great cornering along with a harder, fast-rolling center section that's also helped by ramped knobs.
MICHELIN's Country Grip'R is a budget-minded all-around 29er tire that really works well in most conditions. It rolls great, offers top traction and handling, and is built for long wear and puncture resistance too.
Giant's Revel Tire has lots of volume and plenty of grip with its all-conditions tread design. A near-continuous center tread rolls fast over a variety of surfaces, and large side knobs bite hard in corners and the loose stuff.
If the trail ahead needs to be tamed, but speed is still a priority, Clements FRJ tires are up to the task. A do-anything, go-anywhere design features widely spaced, mud-shedding center knobs and tall shoulder knobs to ensure you stay upright in loose corners. Handling and cornering are enhanced by the high-volume casing, lightweight 120tpi casing, and supple sidewalls, while a bead-to-bead layer of Kevlar puncture protection adds some insurance when you're on the trail.
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