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WTB Bronson Tire
$24.98 - 74.98 (-11%)
Weight: 794 g
WTB Mutano Tires
$39.98 - 62.96 (47%)
Michelin Wild Grip'r Tire
$37.99 - 64.99 (27%)
Weight: 610 g
Continental X King 26" Tire
$12.99 - 58.99 (-21%)
Weight: 580 g
Kenda Nevegal UST
$29.99 - 49.99 (1%)
Weight: 1030 g
Tire Summary
Ultimately your tires only touch the ground over a couple square inches at most, but it is a rather important connection. Tires are specialized to work best on their respective type of terrain, so none do a great job in every condition.

When picking a tire, first determine what kind of pressure you want it to have. Most road tires can be run at 110 psi or greater, while some tubeless mountain bike tires can be run as low as 20 psi.

On hardpacked conditions, the center ridge of your tire is very important. The closer it is to continuous, the less rolling resistance it will have. On softer terrain, having a wider tire with more knobs to propel you forward (almost like the prop on a paddle boat), is the way to go.

There are several different tire formats to consider as well, each with their own specific advantages and disadvantages, such as clinchers, tubulars, and tubeless tires.
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Geax saguaro tire - tubular
$84.99 - 99.99 (28%)
Weight: 630 g
Maxxis Crossmark Ust
$49.81 - 62.00 (11%)
Weight: 690 g
Mavic Ust Valve
$9.90 - 15.99 (3%)
Maxxis Ignitor Ust
$55.77 - 60.99 (49%)
Weight: 785 g
Continental Race King Ust
$62.96 (19%)
Weight: 650 g
WTB Wolverine AM Tcs
$54.98 - 67.95 (15%)
Weight: 795 g
Maxxis minion dhr ust
$63.95 (2%)
Weight: 1300 g
Maxxis Advantage Ust
$55.77 (36%)
Weight: 755 g
Geax Tattoo Tires
$17.84 - 24.99 (-15%)
Weight: 850 g
Maxxis Larsen TT 2.0
$55.75 - 62.99 (40%)
Weight: 630 g
Maxxis High Roller Ust
$49.99 - 61.99 (34%)
Weight: 890 g
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