Fast Rolling & Great Grip At A Lower Price
The Michelin Country Race'r 26 Inch MTB Tire will crush dirt without crushing the bank. These tires are fast-rolling and reliable, while still retaining great grip for singletrack, gravel, and paved roads.
For the Country Race'R, Michelin has taken the tread pattern from their more expensive Wild series and paired it with more budget-friendly materials and a wire bead to produce a tire with great performance at a lower price. Designed for hard pack or mixed ground, the Country Race'R's knob pattern is meant to provide lower rolling resistance so you can pedal faster for longer.
The Race'R tread pattern is optimal for dry conditions and cross-country courses because it rolls fast and grips on non-muddy trails.
If you have an older 26in mountain bike that needs a little love, the Race'R is a perfect upgrade to breathe life into the old steed. If you have a newer 26" MTB and find the tire tread to be too slow, the Race'R will undoubtedly make things easier.
Available in 26 x 2.1 inch
For leisure use on hard, dry terrain
Excellent balance between grip and performance
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by O-6 Cyclery
Great Tire awesome value
Great tire for most terrains. I ride packed, loose, wet terrain as well as paved trail. Great grip when you need it with a smooth and comfortable ride.
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