Specialized's Nimbus Armadillo Tire features bead-to-bead flat protection that's excellent for commuting and road riding. It rides great thanks to its grippy inverted tread design and sports an extremely durable rubber compound so you can log all the miles you want.
Continental's Gatorskin combines 3 flat-protection technologies into one fast-riding, high-mileage racing and training tire. It features a super-fine 180 thread-per-inch casing, a bead-to-bead layer of DuraSkin, and is finished with a Kevlar-reinforced top layer. The result is a light tire that rolls and corners with the best of them while providing flat protection second to none.
Versatility is the strong suit of Specialized's Crossroads Tire. Its continuous center tread feels great on the road, while its side knobs grip great in the dirt, making it the ideal tire for bike paths, pavement and dirt roads. Plus, the Crossroads features Specialized's Flak Jacket technology for awesome flat protection.
Designed by the legendary Ned Overend, Specialized's The Captain S-Works is perfect for shredding any cross-country course. Its dual compound tread features firm center knobs that are fast-rolling and soft side knobs for exceptional bite in the corners. Plus, with Specialized's 2Bliss technology, you can run these sweet tires at traction-enhancing low pressures.
Specialized's All Condition Armadillo Elite delivers the durability of a training tire with the performance of a racing tire. Specialized’s Gripton rubber compound with siped tread pattern provides a perfect blend of low-rolling resistance while retaining remarkable all-weather traction. And, of course the Armadillo Elite casing provides tremendous puncture protection while keeping rotational weight at a minimum.
Specialized's Turbo Pro tire is a competitive clincher that utilizes many of the same features found in their S-Works version. After all, competitive riders need a fast, light, and tough tire, and the Turbo Pro is all three. With its flawless tread, supple casing, and unrivaled GRIPTON compound, it features an extremely low rolling resistance and superior cornering traction. Put it all together, and you'll be climbing and descending with confidence and speed. - Casing: 60 TPI - Bead: Foldable - Compound: GRIPTON - Flat Protection: BlackBelt
Many experienced riders place their trust in Vittoria tubulars, and the Rally upholds this tradition of quality at a sweet price. Vittoria's Kevlar 3D-compound tread provides outstanding handling and cornering, reduced rolling resistance, and a smooth, quiet ride. Plus, the cotton casing sports a full 220 threads per inch for the supple road feel that you look for in a high-quality road tire. Weight: - 300 grams (21mm) - 310 grams (23mm) - 320 grams (25mm)
Continental's Travel Contact has globetrotting in mind. It's a robust tire with a high carrying capacity and a tread that makes it possible to explore all kinds of paths. It also boasts Continental's SafetySystem for exceptional puncture protection with little added weight. And, the Travel Contact sports a layer of DuraSkin for excellent sidewall protection as well.
At a time when mountain bike tires were unquestionably gum walled, the VelociRaptors came out in black and haven't looked back ever since. They changed the game in 1994 with a steering specific front and a rear that could really dig. The VelociRaptors continue to be popular because to put it simply...they just work. Try riding one of the most classic combos of all time. Usage: XC / Trail Conditions: Dry to Wet / Hardpack to Mud - Comp Tube-Type: 829g, DNA compound
Versatility is the strong suit of Specialized's Crossroads Tire. Its continuous center tread rolls quick on the road, while the side knobs grip great in the dirt, making it the ideal tire for bike paths, pavement and dirt roads.
Ride with piece of mind with Giant's FlatGuard Trail tire. This large volume knobby gives you extra puncture resistance in the form of an aramid belt between the tread and the casing. The all-conditions tread hooks up in most conditions and rolls fast on smooth surfaces.
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• ISO Diameter: 622 / road / 29" • ISO Width (mm): 23 mm , 24 mm , 25 mm • Labeled Size: 700c x 23-25 • Tube Compound: Butyl • Valve: Presta • Valve Core: Removable • Valve Shaft: Threaded • Weight: 125g (32mm), 126g (48 & 60mm), 128g (80mm)
The Maxxis DTH stands for "drop the hammer." This lightweight race tire was originally designed for the 2008 Olympics. The DTH is super-light to accelerate like no other BMX tire, yet holds up to the abuse you dish out. The dual-compound tread corners well on hard-packed tracks and it rolls fast on the straights, too.
Specialized's Roller is an aggressive tire built for super-fun riding. Its knobby tread offers confident handling in a wide variety of terrain, while the large casing provides a smooth, stable ride. Plus, it features stiffened sidewalls and Specialized's Flak Jacket technology for excellent flat protection.
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. This EXO version adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind.
At a mere 1375g, the Dillinger virtually launches you over the steepest and snowiest climbs. When you need to roll fast, tightly spaced center treads do not let Dillinger’s unparalleled traction get in the way.
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. It features their triple-compound technology with softer sides for great cornering, a harder, fast-rolling center section, also helped by ramped knobs, and hard-ridin' durability.
Get big-time DH tire action minus the weight with Maxxis' Minion DHF with 3C and Exo technology. Maxxis combines the best qualities of 3 rubbers to make a tire that corners and brakes like a champ. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and deliver rail-like cornering. And, it saves weight without giving up too much toughness thanks to the single-ply casing with EXO sidewalls. They add an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind when getting hectic in nasty, sharp terrain.
Fly down the trail like never before with Maxxis' Minion DHF 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.
Have more fun and watch records fall riding Maxxis' Minion DHF with 3C technology. Maxxis combines the best qualities of 3 rubbers to make a tire that corners and brakes with authority. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and deliver rail-like cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing lets you run super-low air pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
Maxxis' Re-Fuse hates flats as much as you do. To ward off punctures, the Re-Fuse boasts a Kevlar belt and Maxxis' excellent MaxxShield puncture-resistance technology. Plus, the diamond tread rides and corners wonderfully.
Ideally suited to hardpack trails and city riding, Michelin's Country Rock offers excellent cornering grip and low-rolling resistance. The long-lasting carbon rubber compound provides extra longevity for hassle-free use.
The name Airstop says it all. Michelin's Airstop tubes use a proprietary butyl rubber so your tires keep their pressure longer. And, the reinforced valve stem seam is ultra sturdy, too.
It's back! This early 90's stalwart has been updated with new materials, a new tread pattern, and new technology. The new version of Specialized's Ground Control 2Bliss Tire is a confident-cornering tread that excels in a variety of conditions. Specialized used finite element analysis to optimize the side knobs for grip, create a fast-rolling center section, and provide great braking control.
Sticks and stones and other sharp, pointy objects won’t stop Continental’s Touring Plus tire. It's armed with Continental’s stalwart PlusBreaker flat protection system, a tough sub-tread that prevents punctures. This layer is highly elastic as well, so that the ride remains light and lively. And, nighttime rides just got safer with Continental's Reflex sidewall striping for high visibility when the sun goes down.
Specialized's Hardrock'r 26-inch tire is a mixed-terrain tire that leans to the dirt side of things with an aggressive tread pattern. It's good for street use, too, which makes it a great choice for recreational riders who dice it up occasionally.
Specialized's S-Works Turbo sets the standard for how a performance road tire should perform. Fast, light, and supple, the Turbo's 220 TPI casing meets the needs of competitive road riders. Feel the power of Gripton—the Turbo's extremely low rolling resistance and superior traction comes courtesy of Specialized's proprietary rubber compound and lets you climb, descend, and corner aggressively. Thanks to their BlackBelt puncture protection, you're covered against glass, nails, or whatever else the road throws in your way.
For the ultimate in road feel and confidence, ride Maxxis' tubeless Padrone TR tire. Going tubeless, you not only remove the weight of the tube, but pinch flats are a thing of the past. Also, the tire conforms to the road better for a ride quality that once felt, you'll never want to go back. This tire goes from long training rides to fast races easily with its dual compound that provides enhanced wear life and improved cornering control. It also uses their Silkworm material for puncture protection, along with a high-strength carbon fiber bead to keep the weight down.
With their front/rear-specific compounds and high-volume casings, Giant's P-SL1 Tires offer superior speed, handling, and an amazing ride. And, the handy built-in wear indicator lets you know when it's time for new rubber.
Specialized's Nimbus is a great tire for tackling the streets. Its grippy tread is siped to give you confident handling even when the road conditions are less than stellar. Plus, the Nimbus boasts Specialized's excellent Flak Jacket puncture protection technology to keep flats at bay.
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