Fly down the trail like never before with Maxxis' Minion DHR grabbing all the way. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and provide rail-like cornering. And, the single-ply casing is tough enough to rally the downhills and light enough to climb back to the top.
Schwalbe's Nobby Nic tire rules the rough, masters the mud, and handles hardpack with ease. It rolls surprisingly well thanks to Schwalbe's Phase Shifted Blocks pattern which arranges the center knobs in a varied spacing. U-shaped side knobs help the Nic conform to the trail while cornering for a secure hold that will put a smile on your face. Solidifying the Nic's status as a premium all-mountain tire is its PaceStar triple-compound tread, SnakeSkin sidewall protection, and tubeless-ready bead.
If you know you'll be riding on more than just asphalt, throw on a set of Continental Cross Rides and your cyclocross rig will be even more versatile. Borrowing from their famous X-King tread pattern, the Cross Ride boasts offset center lugs and raised outer lugs for excellent traction on all terrain. Plus, you get Conti's great Puncture ProTection technology, too.
$69.95 - $69.99
Continental's ultra-tough Gator Hardshell combines 3 flat-protection technologies into the ultimate distance and training tire. It features a flat-busting, bead-to-bead layer of DuraSkin and an extra-wide Poly-X Breaker anti-puncture strip. But Conti wasn't done yet. They added material in the tread to improve mileage and lend another level of puncture resistance. Plus, the folding bead keeps the weight low.
$69.95 - $74.95
Continental's Grand Prix 4000 S II boasts Conti's Black Chili rubber compound for low rolling resistance, impressive traction and long wear, making for one of the fastest tires in the peloton. The GP 4000 S II also uses a tough Vectran sub-tread for exceptional puncture protection, while the 330-tpi casing delivers a velvety-smooth ride. If you're looking for the ultimate road tire, you've found it.
Racers have been winning on Schwalbe's Racing Ralph tire for years. It boasts the optimum combination of a fast-rolling center section with grippy side knobs so it carries speed over the hardpack and can really carve turns. Solidifying the Ralph's status as a premium race tire is its lightweight Evo casing, PaceStar triple-compound tread, SnakeSkin sidewall protection, and tubeless-ready bead.
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