Continental’s Tour Ride reliably rolls over most surfaces, making it a real all-rounder. The smooth center tread offers effortless riding on smooth surfaces, and the larger side knobs let you handle loose dirt and gravel just as easily. There's also a protective sub-tread that prevents punctures and a tough tread compound to keep you going for miles and miles.
Save your outdoor tire for outdoor riding by training on Kurt Kinetic's Trainer Tire. Made by Kenda, this indoor-specific tire is specially formulated for a better grip on the trainer's resistant unit. It's much more durable than a standard tire, and quieter too. Available in a 26-inch and 700c version, it just happens to match the color of your Kinetic trainer.
The S-6 Black Steel Tire in K23 Tread is a great tire for any road bike. - K23 tread pattern - Made from quality Kenda rubber - ETRTO: 37-597 - Wire bead
Giant's FlatGuard Sport Tire is a must have for hard-core commuters, comfort bikes, city cruisers, pretty much anyone on 2 wheels. This slick gives you extra puncture and cut resistance in the form of a lightweight BlackJacket membrane that spans the entire tire from bead to bead.
Charge through the burliest lines with Michelin's renowned Hot tire. It features an impressive tread design that inspires confidence on tricky downhills as well as loose climbs. The fat 2.5-inch width lets you float over ugly terrain and delivers cornering stability.
Designed by WTB Pro cross country and downhill racer Mark Weir, the WeirWolf features a fast-rolling, soil-piercing center tread for low-rolling resistance. Now this is where the fun starts. An extra row of transitional tread between the crown and side knobs gives the WeirWolf a positive feel and consistent traction at any lean angle, from moderate to extreme. And at those extreme angles, the progressive stiffness of the outer knobs lets you carve like never before! Weir will tell you that many races are won or lost in the corners, so win by using WeirWolf tires.
Designed by WTB's own all mountain superstars, Mark Weir and Jason Moeschler, the WeirWolf has the features to make you faster. This is where the fun starts. An extra row of transitional tread between the crown and side knobs give the WeirWolf a positive feel and consistent traction at any lean angle, from moderate to extreme. And at those extreme angles, the progressive stiffness of the outer knobs lets you carve like never before! Plus, a fast-rolling, soil-piercing center tread provides low-rolling resistance. Weir will tell you that many races are won or lost in the corners, so win by using WeirWolf tires.
• Tomac Signature hard pack XC race tire, one of Kenda's fastest rolling MTB tires • Eight small Nevegal-shaped knobs across the tire for better bite • DTC dual tread compound with 120 tpi casing • UST universal standard tubeless certified tires for UST rim and tire systems • TR models have a tubeless ready casing with modified bead shape for better sealing and SCT sidewall for optimized air and sealant retention
Great looks and a smooth ride are yours with Giant's Simple Road Star Tire. This wide tire offers cool style and a cushy ride so you can enjoy your day in the sun.
$29.99 - $34.99
You can have it all! Predictable cornering grip is combined with a fast-rolling tread pattern in Continental’s X-King tire. Bump absorption is excellent due to its high-volume casing. Its open lug pattern hooks up in dry corners and sheds mud well when the terrain gets wet and sloppy. This is a great all-around tire!
$31.95 - $34.99
The Slick is the tire for those year-round, all-weather commuters. The Slick utilizes a smooth center for rolling efficiency and deep outer grooves for enhanced control in wet conditions. Usage: Trekking / Comfort Conditions: Dry to Wet / Pavement Compound: Distance Casing: Durable Bead: Wire 26" Comp Tube-Type: 540g 29" Comp Tube-Type: 979g 700c Comp Tube-Type: 505g
Specialized's Infinity is a versatile tire and a great value. Its inverted tread rolls fast and corners great even on wet pavement. The Infinity also sports Specialized's Flak Jacket technology for top-notch puncture protection.
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.
$30.00 - $35.00
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 Sport 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.
Giant's Revel Tire has lots of volume and plenty of grip with its all-conditions tread design. A near-continuous center tread rolls fast over a variety of surfaces, and the side knobs bite in corners and the loose stuff.
Continental's City Ride II is a sturdy and nimble tire for pavement. Its smooth center and treaded shoulders ensure low rolling resistance, easy pedaling and confident cornering making it great for commuting and all-round riding. You get Continental's Puncture ProTection, too, and reflective sidewalls for safety.
Schwalbe's Marathon is the archetypal touring tire. Their highly elastic, 3mm India rubber GreenGuard layer almost eliminates flats over the course of the tire's excellent, long life. 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 Supreme is in it for the long haul.
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.
$33.50 - $35.00
Serfas' Drifter is a great tire for cruising down the bike path or rolling down city streets. The tough 69 durometer rubber maximizes mileage while the inverted tread reduces rolling resistance for efficiency on the road. Plus, Serfas' Flat Protection System lets you ride worry-free.
Continental's Town & Country is a durable workhorse on and off the road, built for stability, traction, and value. Police bike squadrons throughout the world use the Town & Country because of its puncture resistance, high mileage and low rolling resistance. The slick center rolls smoothly on pavement and the recessed tread offers control in the corners.
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.
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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