Enduro Performance for the Off-Road e-Bike 29er
The e-bike version of the new Vittoria Mazza raises the bar on e-Enduro performance for mixed terrain! Starting with a defined center tread, the Vittoria e-Mazza 29 Inch E-MTB Tire uses deep siping in the direction of rotation, allowing this e-bike tire to roll fast while still opposing drift.
The stepped leading edge rolls like a ramp, but digs in on climbs, making e-Mazza a top choice for both front and rear use.
Aggressive profile with ample sipe spacing for mixed terrain
Progressive sipe-width pattern provides tactile grip at the knob surface, without sacrificing speed or grip
Graphene 2.0 compound reduces rolling resistance, increasing range and battery life
Dual Ply TLR casing and a 4C G2.0 tread compound provide ultimate grip and durability.
Available in 29 x 2.4 and 29 x 2.6 widths.
120tpi Dual Ply casing
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This tire is great traction wise and rolls well also. Where I ride it's very rocky so the sidewalls take a beating. After maybe 10 rides the sidewalls have deep cuts. Disappointed because I love the tire otherwise.
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