26-Inch Cycling Tires
- Studded tire for added traction when conditions get icy - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, Silica rubber, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
- Aggressive side and transition knobs for cornering bite - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
- A larger variation on the original Snowshoe tire with all-weather Silica rubber blend - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
$80.00 - $110.00
Welcome to the world of high-performance commuter tires. 216 studs are carefully positioned across the casing profile to yield a level of confidence and safety never before seen in a commuter tire. Siped tread lugs and oval-shaped stud groupings provide exceptional cornering, braking and acceleration traction. Run the Gravdal at minimum pressure for unmatched traction performance, and maximum pressure for a quieter and faster ride on clean roads. Works great with linear-pull and canti-lever brakes.
Even fat bikes deserve to go fast, which is why Specialized paired extensive rider feedback with design experience, and the result is a tire with less rolling resistance and more traction. - Casing: 120 TPI - Bead: Foldable - Butyl wrapped bead = 2Bliss Ready - Compound: 60a - 26 x 4.0" Max ride 15 psi / Max install 25 psi
Schwalbe's Nobby Nic Evolution Line tire has a remarkable range and is ready to rock wherever you take it. Touring and all-mountain riders love them. They're also spotted in fast cross-country racing, as well as in technically demanding enduro competitions. The SnakeSkin sidewall is standard and makes it immune to cuts and blows, while tubeless conversion is as easy and safe as never before. The Nobby Nic is a mountain biker‘s best friend.
- Ramped center knobs for low rolling resistance - Diamond shaped transition knobs for cornering bite - Weight optimized 120tpi casing - Tubeless ready bead/casing
Specialized's Icebreaker Reflect is the tire that will keep you riding when winter appears. A siped tread pattern in combination with 112 tungsten carbide/steel studs devours ice, slush, and whatever winter can throw at you. And, reflective sidewalls keep you visible on the darkest winter days. Commute year round, anywhere!
$90.81 - $97.40
A tire favored by professional downhill and enduro riders, Schwalbe's Magic Mary has cast a spell on us. For racing glory, choose the Super Gravity version, as it's much lighter than a classic downhill tire yet with extreme lateral stability and reliable snakebite protection.
Schwalbe's Rock Razor virtually shaves the edges off bumps on the enduro course. A semi-slick tire for the gravity and enduro scenes, it‘s a solid option for fast, dry trails, especially riding it on the rear wheel. With the Super Gravity carcass, you get exceptional sidewall protection while keeping the weight down for quick accelerations. For incredibly low-rolling resistance, only one tire makes the cut.
For a smooth, predictable feel in the corners, check out the Maxxis High Roller IIs. As an update to their classic High Roller, the IIs have a fast center section that offers excellent braking traction. The shoulder knobs are tall with sipes on every other block for precise cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing lets you run super-low pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
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.
Continental's Der Kaiser is made to plummet down the rocky, muddy slopes of World Cup Downhill courses, so it's sure to crush your local ripper. Combining a double-walled casing with a special soft, tacky Black Chili compound and adding widely-spaced, square knobs, this DH-specific tire is the master of gravity.
$74.95 - $89.95
This racing tire wants to be pushed on the toughest World Cup courses in the world. The Kaiser 2.4 Projekt shines with low rolling resistance, high puncture resistance and direct curve feeling. The shallower center lugs and the uniform outer lugs ensure this. The right tire for an aggressive line choice. Handmade in Germany. World Cup tires with reduced mileage!
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.
$86.54 - $89.35
When ultimate traction on icy roads is of paramount concern, Schwalbe's Marathon Winter tire delivers the grip and control you need. Let some air out and its numerous metal studs bite into hard-packed snow and ice during the worst Mother Nature can dish out. Pump it back up to max and run it on clearer roads with minimal noise. Whether you're a hard-core year-round bike commuter or just want to get out and enjoy more stability in the snow, Schwalbe's reflective accents and RaceGuard puncture protection means the Winter tire will keep you rolling until summer comes around.
Make the most out of gravity with Maxxis' Minion DHF Downhill UST. This burly tubeless tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and provide rail-like cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing and tubeless technology let you run super-low air pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
Named after downhill legend and Specialized team rider Sam Hill, the Hillbilly DH Tire is built to dismantle the most rugged descents. It features tall, widely spaced knobs that sink into loose, loamy soil for insane amounts of grip. It also boasts a soft rubber compound for extra traction on wet roots and rocks, and a dual-ply casing to ward off pinch flats when you're going big.
$43.00 - $84.00
Schwalbe's Marathon Mondial is the ultimate touring tire ready to travel the world if you want. Handling is great thanks to their TravelStar rubber compound, and their Double Defense technology keeps it relatively light and high-performance, while maintaining excellent puncture protection. Whether you're setting out on a cross-country bike tour, cruising on a tandem, or just want peace of mind during your daily commute, the Marathon Mondial is in it for the long haul.
Realize your cross-country dreams with Maxxis' Crossmark UST. This tubeless tire features a fast-rolling center ridge for unparalleled speed. Plus, the raised side knobs bite into corners for precise handling. And, Maxxis' LUST sidewalls make this dirt rider more durable and airtight than ever.
Get fantastic function on any terrain with Maxxis' Ignitor. The smaller knobs deliver low-rolling resistance for flying on the straights, while the ramped pentagonal side knobs provide the bite you want in the corners. And, this tubeless tire features Maxxis' LUST sidewalls to make it more durable and airtight than ever.
Steep, rowdy downhill tracks are no match for Specialized's Butcher DH Tire. Its large, evenly spaced knobs grip hard in loose conditions for a confident, predictable ride. You'll also dig the dual-compound tread that provides heaps of traction and the dual-ply casing that wards off pinch flats when you're pinning it as hard as you can.
Sometimes Mother Nature doesn't fight fair when it comes to riding in the wet. Fortunately, Specialized's Storm DH Tire is here to help level the playing field. Its super-soft compound tread is ideal for sticking to slimy roots and rocks, while the large, well-spaced knobs penetrate the soil and clear mud like nobody's business. Plus, the Storm DH utilizes a two-ply casing to give you extra pinch flat protection when you're going big.
The Trail King guarantees the best traction with its many small studs on any trail no matter how difficult. The tyre excels on all-mountain and enduro bikes. The carcass also offers plenty of clearance against punctures. The biker constantly gets feedback, adjusts easily to the conditions, and remains in the flow.
$51.99 - $71.99
Vittoria’s Morsa G+ tire is aggressive when you want it to be and offers little resistance when you just want to go fast. Big, square side knobs stand up to heavy cornering loads and bite hard into tight lines on hairy curves, while the slightly shortened and ramped center tread flies down the trail, hooking up on demand. The knobs are widely spaced to instantly shed mud, while keeping this high-volume tire remarkably lightweight. The G+ Isotech compound stiffens for fast straightaways, yet intuitively softens in the rocks, roots, and corners.
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. This EXO version uses adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind.
Specialized's Slaughter provides riders with a tire that rolls fast in a straight line and still bites hard for confident cornering. A low-profile center tread ensures low-rolling resistance and secure braking, while tall side knobs provide the grip needed for cornering traction. And, it's burly DH casing is ready to escape the worst trouble you get yourself into. Paired with an aggressive front tire, the Slaughter makes an excellent rear tire.
$49.99 - $69.99
When you want more speed on dry surfaces and are unwilling to compromise cornering ability, Vittoria's Mezcal G+ is your tire. The center ridge made of tightly spaced, low-profile knobs keeps you rolling fast and transitions cleanly into legit side knobs that tear into both hard and soft corners. The Mezcal offers hundreds of multi-directional biting edges across the tread for relentless climbing traction as well as reliable braking. And, you can forget about the usual speed versus handling tradeoffs, because Vittoria’s G+ Isotech compound firms up on the straights for blazing speed, and softens when dynamic forces are applied to the tread, such as when braking, accelerating, or cornering. This means race-winning speed, and fun-soaked berm carving, all adding up to a versatile and fun tire that gets down to business.
Continental’s Mountain King II reigns over wet and dry trails alike thanks to its open lug pattern. This, combined with its large volume and ramped side lugs, ensures great cornering grip and excellent performance. It rolls fast thanks to Continental's Black Chili rubber compound and resists flats thanks to their ProTection technology.
Continental's Race King is a fast all-around tire destined for greatness. The secret of the Race King is the large-volume casing and low-profile tread pattern that rolls quickly and offers fine traction and control in a wide variety of conditions. Plus, Continental's ProTection technology helps prevent punctures.
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