The Michelin Wild Rock'R2 Advanced Magi-X Reinforced 29 Inch MTB Tire is designed for dry and extreme Enduro riding. Its reinforced casing features a bead-to-bead breaker that protects from gashes and impact punctures, and the siped tread means more traction on slick rocks and complex terrain. The center blocks balance rolling efficiency with braking performance by alternating the shapes from transverse to longitudinal, and the large shoulder lugs ensure accurate, predictable steering. A tubeless ready design means a no-hassle setup, and the Magi-X rubber compound is designed to provide maximum cornering and braking traction.
Folding Bead. 30 tpi casing. Available in 2.35" x 29". Claimed weight is 1150 g.
Note: For the best possible performance, Michelin recommends using their Magi-X compound as a front tire and their Gum-X compound for the rear.
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by Troll Hondo
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Super tough tire, outlasts the competition
The only tire I have found that can withstand the extremely sharp rocks of central Arizonas backcountry trails. For years, I've cut sidewalls and punctured the tread on all of the toughest tires. The Wild Rock'R is the first tire I've worn the tread out before the sidewall for at least 5 years.
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