9 Best Mountain Bike Tires Xc Racing

Top 9 Mountain Bike Tires Xc Racing

1
Vittoria Mezcal III G20 ( 29x2.25 Tire, Brown)
Product Highlights:
  • xc tire with densely packed, low profile, knob configuration for maximum speed
  • alternating center-ridge tread for low rolling resistance
  • numerous effective edges for cornering, braking, and climbing traction
2
Vittoria Peyote G20 XCTrailTNT ( 29x2.25 Tire, Anthracite)
Product Highlights:
  • xc tire with classic low profile knob configuration for fast rolling on hardpack terrain
  • directional siping for better traction over roots and rocks
  • functionalized graphene 2. 0 compound delivers ultimate wet grip
3
SCHWALBE 29 X 21 ( Evo Tire, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • specific 29er tread arrangement
  • pacestar triple compound is designed for extremely fast xc
  • weight: 495g
4
Vittoria Mezcal III G20 ( 29x2.25 Tire, Anthracite)
Product Highlights:
  • xc tire with densely packed, low profile, knob configuration for maximum speed
  • alternating center-ridge tread for low rolling resistance
  • numerous effective edges for cornering, braking, and climbing traction
5
Vittoria Barzo G20 XCTrailTNT ( 29x2.25 Tire, Anthracite)
Product Highlights:
  • xc tire with aggressive tread design for the most technical terrain
  • progressive sipe angle pattern increases cornering grip
  • square knobs offer stability and durability
6
Kenda Small Block 8 ( Folding, 700x35))
Product Highlights:
  • fast accelerating, hard-pack cyclocross racing tire, making it one of the lightest available
  • numerous knobs provide multiple contact points with the ground
  • front and rear application
7
Maxxis Ardent EXO TR ( Compound, 29x2.40)
Product Highlights:
  • compound: dual
  • size: 29 x 2.25in, 29 x 2.4in
  • type: tubeless
8
Maxxis Rekon EXOTR Tire ( Compound/EXO/TR, 27.5x2.6)
Product Highlights:
  • compound: dual-compound rubber
  • size: 27.5 x 2.6 in
  • type: tubeless-ready clincher
9
WTB Trail Boss 225 ( 27.5" Comp Tire)
Product Highlights:
  • tightly spaced, blocky tread minimizes rolling resistance until braking allows the knobs to truly dig in.
  • supportive side knobs deliver traction when trying to keep the bike upright on off-camber surfaces.
  • commonly used as a rear tire with a wtb vigilante on the front.

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