The Perfect Racer
The RACING RALPH Super Ground 29 Inch tire has been completely revised for 2020 to meet the extreme challenges of today's XC tracks.
The result is a very fast and versatile XC profile, specially developed for the rear wheel
Pair with a RACING RAY in the front for a deadly one-two-punch XC shredding combo.
Super Ground—Durable and Lightweight With All-Round Application
Schwalbe's proven SnakeSkin construction has been further improved—a light and flexible fabric layer makes the tire cut-proof, both on the tire sidewalls and under the tread.
Low weight with good puncture protection allows for a wide range of technical applications— from XC to All Mountain.
The superground construction is Perfectly suited for hardtails and bikes with medium travel.
- Numerous grip edges in the tread center for super traction and excellent acceleration
- Distinct shoulder studs for excellent lateral grip
- Good rolling properties and extremely quiet
- Folding bead, TLE
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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Fast and Fun tire
I was searching for a fast rolling XC tire and this one always comes up as the best, it's hard to find but I got one on biketiresdirect. Super happy with it and can't wait to put a lot of miles on it.
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