The Kenda Nevegal X Pro Sport Wire Bead Tire is a new and improved all-terrain tire, bringing all the performance of their Nevegal Pro in a lighter package. Featuring Kenda's Dual Tread Compound, their original rubber compound is long lasting and fast rolling. Offering the classing control and predictability of the original, but with less rolling resistance, the Wire Bead version features a 60 TPI casing.
- Fast-rolling, lightweight front / rear compatible tire for enduro or downhill use.
- Size: 26".
- Available width: 2.10", 2.35".
- Wire bead.
- Dual Tread Compound.
- 60 TPI casing.
- PSI: 50.
- Claimed weight: 624g.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Steamboat Springs, CO
Great traction - 26 full suspension cross country bicycle
This is on the rear of my older full suspension Trek cross country mountain bike. We have mostly dirt and rock here in NW Colorado and this is a grippy smooth ride both climbing and descending. The price was awesome as the tire was on special at Bike Tires Direct. This tire improved my ride enough that I am no longer looking at 29ers to buy.
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