Teravail Rutland 650B Gravel Tire
Designed with the unknown in mind, the Teravail Rutland 650B Gravel Tire takes the guess work out of selecting the right tire for the ride.
Ramped, tightly spaced center lugs reduce rolling resistance while more aggressive shoulder and transition lugs provide grip in loose conditions.
The 650 x 47 size is largest volume Rutland in the line giving riders the most supple ride feel and largest contact patch for increase traction. The 47c width fits modern disc geometry frames to add even more comfort. When extra puncture protection isnâ€™t necessary, our light and supple casing offers decreased weight and comfortable, ultra-supple ride quality at lower pressures when set up tubeless.
Gravel tire designed for rough terrain and wet weather
Center tread has larger and more spaced out lugs for better grip when braking and accelerating
Forward edge lugs mean this tire still rolls fast
Transition lugs are spaced out to shed mud
Greater traction on slower, less aggressive turns
Staggered side lugs spaced for better traction on leaned-in turns
Extra traction when tire sinks into muddy terrain
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Very good aggressive, standard width 650b gravel tire at a great price
Bought this tire to replace the G-One Bite (2.1) I had on my rear wheel. The G-One Bite was too wide, so I went with this in the Durable version.
Great traction. Good volume.
I had higher expectations for the tread and sidewall puncture resistance, since I went with Durable. I'm pretty hard on gravel tires, but I had to plug this within the first few rides (could be a fluke). Since then, I've had a half dozen punctures on rougher rocky roads. None required plugs but I did have to add air and walk the bike till the sealant worked (a couple minutes). The rear tire takes a beating, and it holds up pretty well to the G-One Bite at a much lower cost and width.
Works perfect on normal gravel. Deals with 3 inches of snow Amazingly well. Pretty good in mud.
If you need something in the normal width range (47mm) it'll be hard to beat this tire.
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