The new WildRace'r 29 rules dry and hardpack trails with an outstanding combination of grip and speed. Its tubeless-ready design provides hassle-free sealant compatibility without the weight of a full UST tire.
Michelin uses low profile, diamond shaped center knobs to bite down and roll quickly over hard terrain. A little extra spacing provides better mud shedding, and slightly larger shoulder knobs inspire confident cornering.
The Wild Race'r 29 features a tubeless ready construction and folding bead. 60 TPI casing. Available in 29 x 2.10 Inch (54-622 ISO) and 29 x 2.25 Inch (57-622 ISO). Recommended pressure: 29-58 PSI. Weight: 695/767g.
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santa rosa california
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Great tire and predictable handeling
This is a great summer tire. Not so good on very muddy trails. Middle corner grip on the trails of California is excellent. Low center knobs are fast rolling but stopping is also great. You can have the cake and eat it with these tires. They are light as well and bead locked easily.
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