Schwalbe Racing Ray Addix Tire 27.5in
Bike Tire Schwalbe Racing Ray Addix 275in. The Racing Ray features alternating center lugs and stable shoulder lugs that work together to deliver precise steering and predictable traction while transitioning in and out of turns, along with optimal spacing between the lugs for good mud-shedding capabilities and reliable braking performance. The sophisticated tread design is combined with Schwalbe’s Addix Speedgrip compound that finds the right balance of speed, grip, and durability.
Schwalbe Rock Razor Addix Tire 29in
Bike Tire Schwalbe Rock Razor Addix 29in. Its sturdy side knobs flanks a smaller, lower profile center tread that lets this tire fly over dry hard packed trails and while still able to have the cornering chops to dig in and provide confidence at high speed. The Rock Razor is designed primarily as a rear tire and it’ll save the legs when pedaling between stages and inject speed during enduros, or if you are looking for an advantage on a quick, sunbaked DH course.
Surly Lou Fat Bike Tire
Bike Tire Surly Lou Fat Bike Tire. When they go out, Lou lets Bud lead, giving him the spotlight while Lou humbly works to keep their operation moving forward and occasionally bailing his impulsive friend out of trouble. His spacious, 7 millimeter tread is similar to Bud’s, built to transfer power over wet, lumpy, and loose terrain; however — like his personality — it leans more toward stability for braking and accelerating. His durable 120 TPI and Kevlar bead also mean that you’ll be rolling fat with virtually no flats.
Teravail Coronado Tire 27.5in
Bike Tire Teravail Coronado 275in. Some of us live in places where sandy conditions are the norm, and we make do with what we’ve got, just happy to get out on a bike and spin our legs on the local trails. The problem is, most tires are built with rocky and rooty trails in mind, loamy dirt, and sometimes hard pack, but rarely are they built to dominate completely loose conditions and float through sand pits with ease.