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29-Inch

Maxxis Ikon 29-inch
$77.00 - $82.00
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. This member of Maxxis' eXCeption Series of tires features a combination of a softer 62a compound and supple 120 TPI casing. This makes for a lighter model tire and enhances cornering, braking, and acceleration. Run it on the front, back, or both. - Folding bead - Weight: 520g (3C), 575g (3C EXO) - Recommended for race use only
Teravail Cumberland 29+ Tubeless
$70.00 - $75.00
Teravail's Cumberland offers a stable platform for loaded-down riding on rugged dirt trails and chunky jeep roads. The low-profile, medium spaced knobs in the center maintain low rolling resistance while providing reliable climbing and braking traction. Meanwhile, large side knobs rarely seen on tires that can go the distance bite deeply to deliver outstanding angular stability on loose and rough surfaces. Available in two casing types, there is a Cumberland to fit your severe duty dirt needs. The 29 x 2.6” Cumberland offers the perfect balance of volume, weight, and traction in a slightly smaller 29 plus casing. You get the benefits of a large volume casing like increased traction and lower air pressure without the extra weight and rolling resistance.
Teravail Sparwood 29-inch Tubeless
$60.00 - $65.00
Sometimes the greatest personal journeys involve long days, sleepless nights, towering mountain passes and racing to the next town before the cafe closes. For long-distance routes and the tenacious riders who travel them, Teravail created the Sparwood. The Sparwood has bikepacking deeply engrained in its DNA. When navigating routes comprised of jeep roads, twisty singletrack, gravel tracks, and paved connecting sections, a 2.2” casing seems to be the sweet spot. It offers decreased rolling resistance, reduced weight, and excellent maneuverability in a stable 29” diameter. - Tubeless ready for flat prevention, lower-pressure traction and comfort - Durable model features a layer of woven aramid fiber reinforcement between the outer rubber and the inner casing that protects against abrasion and sharp trail debris
Surly Knard Tire (29-inch)
$65.00 - $90.00
Surly's Knard is a 29 x 3-inch wide tire with the perfect tread for maximum traction plus low rolling resistance. It's designed for Surly's 50mm-wide Rabbit Hole rim (sold separately), and it will also play nice on rims down to about 35mm wide. But, your frame must have the clearance, Clarence.
Maxxis Crossmark 29-inch
$60.00
Achieve your cross-country dreams with Maxxis' Crossmark. This ultra-fast tire features a quick-rolling center ridge for unparalleled speed. Plus, the raised side knobs bite into corners for precise handling. - Folding bead - Weight: 605g
Surly ExtraTerrestrial 700c
$45.00
The ExtraTerrestrial is an ultra-durable touring tire designed to provide low rolling resistance and durability on various multi-road surfaces, and the low-profile, directional tread pattern maintains traction when it’s needed. - Molded tread pattern for anti-cut propagation - Kevlar cap under the tread to protect against flats - Nylon breaker in the sidewalls for cut protection - Recommended rim width: 23 – 30mm - 29 x 2.50
Maxxis Minion DHF 29-inch Tubeless Compatible
$64.00 - $111.00
The standard in fast-descending front tires. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 3C MaxxTerra Compound available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
Schwalbe Big Apple Performance
$47.39 - $48.54
Cruise in style with Schwalbe's Big Apple Performance tire. Their wide Balloonbike profile provides natural cushy suspension, and it rolls easily thanks to the smooth tread. Plus, you get their RaceGuard puncture protection and lightweight Endurance rubber compound for confident handling.
MICHELIN Wild Grip'R2 Advanced Reinforced Tubeless Ready
$64.99 - $94.99
If you're looking for a tire that's capable of Enduro exploits but also ready for mixed terrain, the Wild Grip'R Advanced Reinforced is your tire. The shape and distribution of the central tread blocks delivers great all-around riding with an optimal balance between grip, rider output, and self-cleaning, so you'll never have to choose. For optimum performance, MICHELIN recommends using their GUM-X compound on the rear tire, and their MAGI-X compound on the front.
WTB Nano 29-inch
$72.95
This is the #1 tire choice for Tour Divide, the longest mountain bike race in the world, stretching from Canada to Mexico along the Rockies. It features an elevated centerline that rolls effortlessly on hard surfaces, numerous micro-knob working edges providing lateral traction and predictability, and a voluminous casing designed to go the distance. It's no wonder why the Nano is a favorite tire of ultra endurance mega athlete Jay Petervary. Usage: XC / Trail Conditions: Dry to Damp / Pavement to Sand - TCS Light/Fast Rolling: 685g, Dual DNA compound - Race Tube-Type: 575g, DNA compound
Maxxis Crossmark 29-inch Tubeless Compatible
$66.00
A top performer in dry conditions. The Maxxis Crossmark is the dramatic evolution of the cross country racing tire. The nearly continuous center ridge flies on hardpack, yet has enough spacing to grab wet roots and rocks. The slightly raised ridge of side knobs offers cornering precision never before seen on a tire this fast. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Fast rolling center ridge - Raised side knobs for better cornering
WTB ThickSlick
$31.95 - $37.95
It’s all in the name, ThickSlick. Made with a burly casing designed to withstand the roughest urban conditions, while the no-nonsense, slick design provides the bite you need in the concrete jungle. Need more rubber? The nearly indestructible Flat Guard level, with its Urban Armor Casing and added rubber everywhere, provides optimal protection to contend with any city streets. It's no one wonder why this tire has a cult following among couriers, those not wanting to deal with flats, and value-conscious consumers. ThickSlick Benefits: - Puncture Protection: The thicker a tire, the harder it is for glass, pins, staples, and other urban unpleasantries to worm their way in. - 2x the Rubber: Twice the rubber tread equates to twice the lifespan of a tire. This means your price is 50% off the competition. - Smoother Ride Quality: Twice the rubber makes for a smoother ride through the natural absorption qualities of rubber. - Usage: Urban, Recreation, Utility - Conditions: Road
Maxxis Chronicle 29-inch
$83.00
Maxxis' first plus tire, and still a class-leader. The Maxxis Chronicle is ready for adventure. From after-work trail rides to bike-packing expeditions, the Chronicle can be called into duty. The tread design offers grip at any angle and the 3.00-inch casing provides a comfortable ride. - Folding bead - Dual compound - 60 or 120 TPI casing options available
Maxxis Grifter 29-inch
$49.00
A high-volume 29er for urban assault. The Grifter is Maxxis' most popular freestyle tire, and for good reason. The tread pattern rolls fast to help you keep your momentum and the high-volume casing softens landings. So when Maxxis set out to create a 29-inch urban assault tire, the Grifter was the natural result. The Grifter is available in 2.00- and 2.50-inch widths for riders looking for a lightweight, durable, and fast tire to master the streets. - Fast-rolling tread - High-volume casing - Urban-tough
Maxxis Hookworm 29-inch
$45.00
The OG urban assault tire. The Maxxis Hookworm is the original urban assault tire, designed to take the abuses of the most aggressive street riders. Huge air-volume softens the drops, while the inverted tread design makes rolling resistance minimal. Bead-to-bead tread provides durability and traction whether you're dropping staircases, grinding rails, or riding in your local skatepark. - Curved grooved slick design - Rim-to-rim tread-protected sidewalls - Urban Assault soul
Maxxis High Roller II 29-inch Tubeless Compatible
$66.00 - $91.00
Introducing the redesigned Maxxis High Roller II, offering better braking and more consistent feel. The open and aggressive tread design gives the High Roller II excellent soil penetration and mud clearing ability. A square profile provides a solid, consistent feel across the knobs, and modified knobs on the shoulder and center improve braking performance and traction on hard surfaces. When gravity pulls you downhill, rely on the High Roller II to keep you upright. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead
Continental Trail King 29-inch
$74.95
The Trail King guarantees the best traction with its many small studs on any trail no matter how difficult. The tire 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.
Panaracer Driver Pro 29-inch Tire
$59.99
- Fast-rolling small-knob tire offers great handling and cornering ability - Rounded profile with 2.5mm center knobs and 3mm side knobs - TC: tubeless-compatible model
MICHELIN Wild Mud Advanced Tubeless Ready
$94.99
MICHELIN's Wild Mud attempts to tame the muckiest conditions. A well-spaced tread pattern and a specially adapter rubber compound help improve grip. For additional traction, the "twisted" tread block design helps penetrate deeper into mud but resumes its initial position when not in contact with the ground for excellent mud-shedding.
Maxxis Shorty 29-inch Tubeless Compatible
$84.00 - $85.00
Mid-spike trail tire for demanding conditions. The DH version of the Maxxis Shorty was an instant favorite of their World Cup DH racers. The single-ply version offers trail riders the same traction in a much lighter package. All trail versions of the Shorty feature Maxxis' Tubeless Ready casing and 3C MaxxTerra compound. - Mid-spike tread design - 3C Maxx Terra rubber compound - Folding bead - Tubeless Ready - Wide trail (WT) casing is optimized for 30-35mm inner width rims
WTB Judge 29-inch
$83.95
The Judge is WTB's rowdiest rear tire…for loose, sketchy descents. Centerline knob groups alternate between long and wide to pair hard braking traction with the rolling efficiency you demand of a rear tire. Burly outer knobs provide the support needed to keep them digging while slapping berms or spraying loam. WTB optimized the Judge for wide rims to provide a flatter tire profile that makes the outer knobs easy to find while cornering. The Judge keeps everything in order, whether dry and loose or wet and sloppy. Features: - Massive side knobs and a beefy overall design that grabs in every direction - Wide rim-based design provides additional support while also bolstering sidewall protection through ample tread overhang - Ideally paired with a Vigilante 2.5 on the front.
Evo Knotty 29-inch
$23.99
- Fast rolling with consistent, predictible traction - Directional tread pattern ideal for dry to tacky trail conditions - Angled, siped knobs spaced for enhanced cornering bite
Clement XC LXV 29er (120tpi)
$75.00
Named after the airport code of Leadville, Colorado, home of the legendary Leadville 100, Clement's XC LXV is a cross-country tire that wants to rack up mega miles. Low shoulder knobs and fast-rolling center tread helps this tire excel on hardpack. The lightweight, high-volume casing features a folding bead, supremely supple sidewalls and incredible cornering traction. A bead-to-bead layer of Kevlar flat barrier adds puncture protection without adding weight, letting you put it all on the line with confidence.
MICHELIN Wild Race'r Enduro Rear
$70.99
The Wild Race'r Enduro is designed as a fast rolling rear tire that mates well with a MICHELIN Wild Grip'r or Wild Rock'r front tire. It features a perfect ratio of mass to strength and is particularly suitable for extreme Enduro conditions. Thanks to its sharp longitudinal edges, this tire offers excellent stability and braking trajectory. The sharp 90° tread edges increase braking power and increase braking reactivity. Plus, the tire does not lose any of its braking efficiency as it wears. - GUM-X series generation of rubbers provides mountain bikers with an excellent balance between grip, performance and wear - Additional layer of bead-to-bead protection provides for improved carcass strength and fewer punctures due to pinch flats - Tubeless compatible - Tire bead: folding Weights: 27.5 x 2.35 (950g) 29 x 2.35 (1035g)
Schwalbe Energizer Plus Tire
$46.99
Schwalbe's Energizer Plus rolls through the intersection of puncture protection and speed. You get ample security from flats, thanks to Schwalbe's 3mm GreenGuard 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 Energizer is ready to keep going and going.
Schwalbe Racing Ralph Performance Line Tire
$46.20
In the third generation of the Schwalbe Racing Ralph, everything is designed for speed. In the 29-inch variant, the special arrangement of the blocks and their elongation have been adapted to create a longer footprint. This significantly improves the performance advantages of the large wheels.
Ritchey WCS Shield (29-Inch)
$69.95
The Shield is Ritchey's great all-around 29er performer. Its low-profile tread gives you good traction and control whether you're acceleration in loose stuff or braking in corners. Speaking of corners, the Shield uses a dual compound tread, so you have a harder rubber in the middle for straight-line speed and longer wear, with softer rubber up on the shoulders for confident leaning. It's also tubeless ready.
Kenda Karma Pro
$54.95
The Karma Pro is a long time fan favorite. Small, square, low profile knobs accentuate the tread pattern and provide lots of grip, not just for technical world cup tracks. If you're a weekend racer or love technical cross-country rides and don't shy away from wet conditions either, the Karma will keep you on track. - Flat resistant: Large air casing for plenty of comfort and float - Universal grip: Low profile square knobs provide traction in almost every condition on a wide range of trail surfaces - Select models are tubeless ready: Saves weight and provides a better rolling performance. Riding tubeless also means riding flat free. - Front and rear application, best when used as a set - Folding Bead
Schwalbe Big Apple Performance 29-inch
$50.40
Cruise in style with Schwalbe's Big Apple Performance tire. Their wide Balloonbike profile provides natural cushy suspension, and it rolls easily thanks to the smooth tread. Plus, you get their RaceGuard puncture protection and lightweight Endurance rubber compound for confident handling.
Schwalbe Rocket Ron Addix - Evolution Line 29-inch
$92.00
The cross-country rocket combines speed and cornering control at the highest possible level. An excellent all-rounder for racetracks. Ultra light with 127-EPI-Evo-carcass. Tread design: Balanced proportion between stable studs and sufficient gaps for excellent rolling characteristics and amazing self-cleaning properties. - LiteSkin: The lightest option. LiteSkin MTB tires forego SnakeSkin, but still have high pressure resistant tire beads. If you don't mind the extra effort, these tires can also be converted to Tubeless by using a liquid sealant. - SnakeSkin: The monofile SnakeSkin fabric on the side wall makes the tubeless conversion for the MTB extremely easy and safe. It also provides the best cut protection on the side wall - Addix Speed is the compound for XC race specialists. There’s only one thing that ADDIX Speed really loves and that’s speed. So the rolling resistance has been chopped yet again. It’s lower than the previous PaceStar, but at the same time ADDIX Speed is more durable and more resilient. - Addix Speedgrip: The universal compound. It definitely has the widest range of use. Perfect for XC, AM and Trail: for the majority of EVO tires there’s a version with ADDIX Speedgrip! It replaces the previous PaceStar compound where a significant, though not the only difference, during extensive use is more mileage and a longer life. - Folding Bead
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