Purpose built to meet your gravel needs.
The Teravail Washburn 700c is their fastest rolling gravel tire. Its center slick provides awesome rolling efficiency on pavement and packed dirt, while the shoulder lugs take over in the turns, digging in for confidence in loose corners.
While the Washburn is built for race-day efforts on hard-packed gravel and backroads, it is practical enough for your daily commute and rides around town.
The right casing for the job.
The Light & Supple casing is for when extra protection isn't needed. It is less weight and has an ultra-supple ride quality when set up tubeless.
The Durable Bead-To-Bead construction consists of a robust woven nylon composite reinforcement between the outer rubber and the inner casing within the tire's sidewalls to prevent tearing and abrasions. Additionally, a tightly woven layer of protection under the treadcap defends against punctures.
- 60 TPI in both casing options
- Tubeless ready for extra protection and grip
- Designed with an ideal inner rim width of 23mm
- Rated for versatile range of 40-70 PSI
- Claimed weights range from 460g-700g depending on casing option and size
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Nice rolling but very troublesome leaky tires
Tires do roll pretty nice, find them very comfortable on roads and packed gravel/dirt. Acceptable once the terrain gets loose or rocky, would not want them on long singletrack sections. They are a bit noisy for having a center slick thread. If I was doing alot of road riding to my gravel/dirt destination, would use these.
Really do not suggest these tires because BOTH were very leaky and took alot of sealant to get them from seeping from the sidewalls. Dipping them in water, you can see the air escaping from the tan sidewalls. Added more sealant, laid them on their sides for 4hrs to get all the leaks sealed. But after each ride, one of the tires continues to loose air. After 3 rides removed them and likely give them away.
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