Ron in WA
I ride NW alpine singletrack. These made all the difference coupled with Maxxis Desert IT tires over the stock Dunlop MX tires. These handle all kinds of our rocky loose, rooted, steep switchbacks! Highly recommend.Read All Reviews
Josh in TN
Decided to try this tire after seeing reviews on other websites. Installed it on my '18 TE300, install was easy and the tire was built as described. It has somewhat stiffer sidewall than a trials tire but has a softer crown. First ride in the east TN mountains I was not impressed. I run Heavy Tubes and started at 9lbs which did have a responsive feel but traction was less than I expected. Dropped to 7.5lbs and traction was better but still not what the 505 cheater or Ibex has. The worst thing about my experience was that when I got back I now have a deep cut in one of the side knobs that goes down into the sidewall. So one 60 mile trail ride and this tire is practically useless now because I don't want to be stranded if something goes through the cut. I'm not bashing the tire but for a gummy and such a high price, I expected better results. The tread did not show wear more than normal so I would expect the tire to have long tread life if I hadn't cut the sidewall.Read All Reviews
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