- Bontrager XR4's
I was told to get XR4 Team issues by those in the know and haven’t been disappointed. They are very good tyres based on the shortish time (about 10hrs) I have on them and they do roll nicely considering how well they grip.
My previous experience with Bontrager tyres was with Jones AC which were really crap in all respects.Posted 4 years agofranciscobegbieMember
Watching with interest.Posted 4 years ago
I have a 2.35 XR4 of unknown lineage on the back of my HT. A mate gave me it, as it was too big for his bike. It’s the best back tyre I’ve ever used.
Grippy, not too draggy, tough enough and with loads of volume.
It’s starting to look a bit worn, so I’m after a replacement. Not sure what to get.vondallySubscriber
Bontrager 29-3 Team Issue Tyre 29×2.25 very impressed good rolling and grippy currently on the front with a spesh 2.1 ground control on rear though wait to see what the winter brings so adding these to the front Bontrager 29-4 Team Issue Tyre 29×2.3 big and knobbly
Posted 4 years agoScamperMember
I’ve got the team issue – plenty of grip, roll reasonably well and 700g. I find the front a bit pressure sensitive and run a few psi less than normal.
What I have noticed is the newer ones seem a lot smaller. My old 2.2 seems not much smaller than my 2.5 minion but the new 2.2 is more 2.2 in size.Posted 4 years agoir_banditoSubscriber
I’ve a pair of team issues. 2.35 on the front, 2.2 on the back. Running tubeless (despite not being TLR model) and I love them. going tubeless was the key, made them feel a million times lighter.
Fast rolling and grippy in all but thickest of gloop (not that we’ve that for a while) When the slide out, its not too sudden, lean over some more and they grip.Posted 4 years ago
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