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Tubeless Ribbed Tread Replacement Tire - 16 x 650 x 8

This tubeless ribbed tread replacement tire is 2-ply with an outside diameter of 16.2in. and 415-lb. capacity. Outside Diameter in. 16 3/16, Rim Diameter in. 8, Load Capacity lbs. 415, Ply Rating qty. 2, Tubeless Tire Yes, Tire Type Tubeless, Tire

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Northern Tool
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Tubeless Ribbed Tread Replacement Tire - 18 x 850-8

This tubeless ribbed tread replacement tire is 2-ply with Super Turf tread and an outside diameter of 18.5in. Tire Size 18 x 8.50-8, Outside Diameter in. 18 1/2, Load Capacity lbs. 815, Tread Type Super Turf, Rim Diameter in. 8, Fits Rim Size Dia. x

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Northern Tool
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Ardent Tire - 27.5 Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.25

The Maxxis 27. 5-Inch Ardent Tire is arguably the company's most versatile tire overall, with a balanced tread pattern for both speed and technical traction. Boosting the width up to 2. 4 inches provides even more stability and traction, making for the ultimate all-around trail tire. However, Maxxis knows that traction is only part of the trail equation. So, to prevent energy loss, the center tread features ramped knobs. And while these are ideal for acceleration, they also assist with braking traction. At the side of the Ardent, large block-style side knobs result in numerous edges for confidence through high-speed cornering. This Ardent uses a 60 TPI casing with EXO protection. This consists of added pinch flat and abrasion protection at the sidewall for an enhanced resistance to cuts. It also features LUST, or Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, which is a rubber compound covering the casing. So, the tire becomes less permeable, meaning that it retains its air for long periods of time. The Maxxis Ardent 27. 5in Tire is available in the color Black and in a 2. 4-inch width only.

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Motorcycle Stop & Go Pocket Tire Plugger Tubeless Kit plus CO[2] Inflation

Why be stranded? This kit lets you perform the most effective repair possible without dismounting your tubeless tire You'll will be back in action in just a few minutes With the addition of four 16-oz. canisters of 100% pure high velocity CO[2] gas

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High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 29 Black, 2.3in

There's a small handful of tires that have reputations for being all-out, all-mountain crushers; spot them on a sweet rig, and it's an "of course" acknowledgement. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29-inch tire certainly falls into this category, building from the original High Roller that earned this reputation after years of development, along with countless pros using them to charge around the planet and land on podiums. The High Roller II EXO version is a bit less expensive than the 3C Maxx Terra version, losing that variant's triple-density, multi-purpose compound, but also losing some weight in the process. EXO protection is among the most revered in the business, yet this chunky 2. 3-inch, tubeless-ready 29er tire still weighs in at a very fair 910 grams. Sharply edged but smartly placed square knobs keep traction and braking power high, while the High Roller's shoulders maintain Maxxis' reputation as making some of the best-cornering tires in town. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29 tire comes in Black and in a 2. 3-inch width only.

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Ardent Tire - 27.5 Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.4

The Maxxis 27. 5-Inch Ardent Tire is arguably the company's most versatile tire overall, with a balanced tread pattern for both speed and technical traction. Boosting the width up to 2. 4 inches provides even more stability and traction, making for the ultimate all-around trail tire. However, Maxxis knows that traction is only part of the trail equation. So, to prevent energy loss, the center tread features ramped knobs. And while these are ideal for acceleration, they also assist with braking traction. At the side of the Ardent, large block-style side knobs result in numerous edges for confidence through high-speed cornering. This Ardent uses a 60 TPI casing with EXO protection. This consists of added pinch flat and abrasion protection at the sidewall for an enhanced resistance to cuts. It also features LUST, or Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, which is a rubber compound covering the casing. So, the tire becomes less permeable, meaning that it retains its air for long periods of time. The Maxxis Ardent 27. 5in Tire is available in the color Black and in a 2. 4-inch width only.

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High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 29

There's a small handful of tires that have reputations for being all-out, all-mountain crushers; spot them on a sweet rig, and it's an "of course" acknowledgement. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29-inch tire certainly falls into this category, building from the original High Roller that earned this reputation after years of development, along with countless pros using them to charge around the planet and land on podiums. The High Roller II EXO version is a bit less expensive than the 3C Maxx Terra version, losing that variant's triple-density, multi-purpose compound, but also losing some weight in the process. EXO protection is among the most revered in the business, yet this chunky 2. 3-inch, tubeless-ready 29er tire still weighs in at a very fair 910 grams. Sharply edged but smartly placed square knobs keep traction and braking power high, while the High Roller's shoulders maintain Maxxis' reputation as making some of the best-cornering tires in town. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29 tire comes in Black and in a 2. 3-inch width only.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ardent Tire - 27.5 Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.25

The Maxxis 27. 5-Inch Ardent Tire is arguably the company's most versatile tire overall, with a balanced tread pattern for both speed and technical traction. Boosting the width up to 2. 4 inches provides even more stability and traction, making for the ultimate all-around trail tire. However, Maxxis knows that traction is only part of the trail equation. So, to prevent energy loss, the center tread features ramped knobs. And while these are ideal for acceleration, they also assist with braking traction. At the side of the Ardent, large block-style side knobs result in numerous edges for confidence through high-speed cornering. This Ardent uses a 60 TPI casing with EXO protection. This consists of added pinch flat and abrasion protection at the sidewall for an enhanced resistance to cuts. It also features LUST, or Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, which is a rubber compound covering the casing. So, the tire becomes less permeable, meaning that it retains its air for long periods of time. The Maxxis Ardent 27. 5in Tire is available in the color Black and in a 2. 4-inch width only.

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Ardent Race Tire - 29 3c/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

It's true that Maxxis makes its beloved Ardent tire in a 29-inch diameter. However, a common bit of feedback that the company fielded about the tire was that it just wasn't quite fast enough to race on harder courses, as per so many 29-inch mountain bike riders. Not one to leave holes in its lineup, Maxxis got to tweaking the Ardent's tread pattern to be lighter, tighter, and faster for 29-inch XC racers and trail riders who wanted the Ardent's toughness and do-it-all capability, but needed a bit more flat-out speed. The result? The Maxxis Ardent Race 29-Inch Tire. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis's TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire i...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ardent Tire - 27.5 Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.4

The Maxxis 27. 5-Inch Ardent Tire is arguably the company's most versatile tire overall, with a balanced tread pattern for both speed and technical traction. Boosting the width up to 2. 4 inches provides even more stability and traction, making for the ultimate all-around trail tire. However, Maxxis knows that traction is only part of the trail equation. So, to prevent energy loss, the center tread features ramped knobs. And while these are ideal for acceleration, they also assist with braking traction. At the side of the Ardent, large block-style side knobs result in numerous edges for confidence through high-speed cornering. This Ardent uses a 60 TPI casing with EXO protection. This consists of added pinch flat and abrasion protection at the sidewall for an enhanced resistance to cuts. It also features LUST, or Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, which is a rubber compound covering the casing. So, the tire becomes less permeable, meaning that it retains its air for long periods of time. The Maxxis Ardent 27. 5in Tire is available in the color Black and in a 2. 4-inch width only.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Ardent Race Tire - 29 3c/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

It's true that Maxxis makes its beloved Ardent tire in a 29-inch diameter. However, a common bit of feedback that the company fielded about the tire was that it just wasn't quite fast enough to race on harder courses, as per so many 29-inch mountain bike riders. Not one to leave holes in its lineup, Maxxis got to tweaking the Ardent's tread pattern to be lighter, tighter, and faster for 29-inch XC racers and trail riders who wanted the Ardent's toughness and do-it-all capability, but needed a bit more flat-out speed. The result? The Maxxis Ardent Race 29-Inch Tire. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis's TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire i...

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Backcountry.com
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Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Backcountry.com
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Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Backcountry.com
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Standard Tubeless System System, 26 Inch Standard

This is the quick 'n easy way to convert clincher rims to tubeless. The Stan's NoTubes Standard Tubeless Kit looks like one of those things invented in the garage by a guy with too much time on his hands. So what? Tinkerers have made the bike world so damned interesting, and there is a beauty associated with any garage solution -- so utilitarian, so deceptively simple, so appropriately MTB. This Standard Kit has everything needed to convert one 26in, cross-country wheelset to tubeless. It includes two molded rim strips with Presta valve cores, one pint of Stan's tire sealant with a 60-gram scoop and a spout, and one 10-yard roll of rim tape. Detailed instructions are also included; we recommend following them to the letter. If there's a concern about sealant, buy an extra quart now to recover from those initial screwups without sidelining the wheels and your hard work. The Stan's No Tubes Standard Tubeless Kit is compatible with most cross-country style 26-inch mountain bike rims.

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High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 29 Black, 2.3in

There's a small handful of tires that have reputations for being all-out, all-mountain crushers; spot them on a sweet rig, and it's an "of course" acknowledgement. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29-inch tire certainly falls into this category, building from the original High Roller that earned this reputation after years of development, along with countless pros using them to charge around the planet and land on podiums. The High Roller II EXO version is a bit less expensive than the 3C Maxx Terra version, losing that variant's triple-density, multi-purpose compound, but also losing some weight in the process. EXO protection is among the most revered in the business, yet this chunky 2. 3-inch, tubeless-ready 29er tire still weighs in at a very fair 910 grams. Sharply edged but smartly placed square knobs keep traction and braking power high, while the High Roller's shoulders maintain Maxxis' reputation as making some of the best-cornering tires in town. The Maxxis High Roller II EXO 29 tire comes in Black and in a 2. 3-inch width only.

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Backcountry.com
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Bicycle Parts & Accessories 20 in. Cro-mo MTB 26 Frame Reds / Pinks CF-930015020

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. Do-it-yourselfer, if so the Cycle Force Cro-mo MTB 26 Frame 20 in. might be for you. These frames are rugged and lightweight at the same time. These frames are made of Chromoly. Color: Reds / Pinks.

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Home Depot
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Ardent Race Tire - 29 3c/Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

It's true that Maxxis makes its beloved Ardent tire in a 29-inch diameter. However, a common bit of feedback that the company fielded about the tire was that it just wasn't quite fast enough to race on harder courses, as per so many 29-inch mountain bike riders. Not one to leave holes in its lineup, Maxxis got to tweaking the Ardent's tread pattern to be lighter, tighter, and faster for 29-inch XC racers and trail riders who wanted the Ardent's toughness and do-it-all capability, but needed a bit more flat-out speed. The result? The Maxxis Ardent Race 29-Inch Tire. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis's TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire i...

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Backcountry.com
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Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Exo/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Bicycle Parts & Accessories 14 in. Cro-mo MTB 26 Frame Reds / Pinks CF-930015014

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. Do-it-yourselfer, if so the Cycle Force Cro-mo MTB 26 Frame 14 in. might be for you. These frames are rugged and lightweight at the same time. These frames are made of Chromoly. Color: Reds / Pinks.

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Home Depot
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Ardent Race Tire - 27.5 3c/Tubeless Ready, 2.2

The Ardent tire from Maxxis is one of the company's best-selling slabs of rubber, in no small part because of its incredible versatility on virtually any type of terrain. Recognizing the potential in the tread pattern for even greater speed, however, engineers got to tweaking it and ended up producing a tire so fast it threatened to cannibalize their race-ready Aspen tire. That tire is the Maxxis Ardent Race Tire, seen here in 27. 5-inch guise. Those familiar with the original Ardent tire will certainly be able to draw some visual familiarity between the two models, while also being able to clearly tell which of the two earns the "Race" designation. The Ardent Race takes the standard Ardent's tread pattern and condenses it, with tighter spacing between now-shallower knobs, to create a faster-rolling contact patch, although the profile and job functions of those knobs are basically the same. Small, ramped central knobs keep straight-line rolling fast, and shoulder knobs deriving in design from the Maxxis High Roller and other of the company's high-speed gravity tires bestow the Ardent Race tire with comparable levels of cornering grip for hardpack or semi-loose conditions. Unlike the regular Ardent, the Ardent Race isn't quite ready for extreme mudslinging or very loose loam, but for everything on the firmer side of the spectrum, the Ardent Race is ready. A 120 threads-per-inch casing keeps the ride smoother than the 90, 60, or 30tpi casings of many competitors, with more threads ready to contour to the trail. Maxxis's Triple-C Maxx Speed compound used for the tread pattern is a blend of three different rubber densities assigned to areas of the tread where they will perform best. Finally, take confidence in knowing that Maxxis' TR Tubeless-Ready casing is one of the toughest and most reliable in the business. The EXO version of each tire includes Maxxis's EXO sidewall protection, which is a densely-woven layer of especially tough fabric that's integrated into t...

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Competitive Cyclist
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