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Ritchey Cross Comp Shield Tire 700 x 35
$24.95
Conquer the local cross scene with Ritchey's Cross Comp Shield Tire. Its low-profile tread pattern cuts down on rolling resistance while enhancing grip in hardpack conditions. The Vector Force Analysis (VFA) design gives you consistent traction at all cornering angles so you can hit any part of the course with confidence.
Continental Hometrainer (700c)
$49.95 - $54.95
Continental's Hometrainer tire is specifically made to withstand the demands of indoor riding on a trainer or rollers. It's built to handle the heat and friction a trainer inflicts on your tire, so you can ride with minimal tire wear and save your regular Contis for ruling the pavement. This tire is only for riding on a trainer; not for outdoor use.
Panaracer Gravel King SK Folding Tire
$49.99
Looking for a tire that's more tread aggressive and wider than the mixte-tread narrower Gravel King? The GravelKing SK might just be the tire you need for the more hardcore roads. Aggressive knobs, ZSG Natural rubber compound, puncture protection breaker and AX-A special low rolling resistance casing make the Gravel King a go-anywhere tire. - Black multi-use gravel tread - Aramid (Kevlar) folding bead
Clement X'Plor MSO (120tpi)
$70.00 - $77.00
Exploration is the order of the day with Clement's X'Plor MSO tires. Intended as a mixed conditions adventure tire, the MSO dares you to go where lesser tires fear to tread. Equally at home on gravel roads, trails, pavement, and urban adventure rides, the MSO tires feature a smooth, fast-rolling center tread to keep your speed high while the aggressive shoulder lugs provide great traction when the surface gets loose. Handling characteristics are enhanced by the lightweight, 120tpi casing, dual compound tread, folding bead, and supple sidewalls. A bead-to-bead layer of puncture protection adds some insurance when you decide to hit the trails.
Clement X'Plor MSO (Tubeless-ready)
$75.00
Missoula, Montana—home of the Adventure Cycling Association and tons of beautiful rolling terrain where the word "road" can mean just about anything. Designed to be confident and nimble on loose surfaces, the MSO is the tire of choice for getting off the beaten path. The small but well-supported knobs create a tactile tread that provides excellent handling when things get loose, but surprisingly fast on hard pack and pavement. If you ride a lot of dirt, mostly dirt, or all dirt, this is the right tool for the job. - Aramid Bead - Kevlar Bead to Bead Belt
Schwalbe Rocket Ron Liteskin Cross Tire
$83.27
- Schwalbe's lightest and most aggressive cross tire - Open tread sheds mud and hooks up in soft conditions - Redesigned with better rolling resistance - Extremely fast PaceStar XC compound with an easy rolling base layer, fast center and grippy shoulders - 127 tpi Evo casing
Schwalbe Thunder Burt Tire
$89.39 - $95.51
With a low-rolling resistance and a semi-slick center tread, Schwalbe's Thunder Burt delivers excellent grip in dry, hardpack conditions. The outer lugs grab in the turns while the many small center lugs provide just enough to hold your line. RaceGuard puncture protection helps prevent flats while maintaining a low weight, while the SnakeSkin option gives better sidewall protection.
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