- Dual ply 29er tyres?
I ran EXO’s on my E29, and didn’t flat them in the UK. It was a concern for me though, as I’m racing in the Alps next week & off to Whistler and doing the EWS when out there, no dual ply tyre on the rear was a bit of a concern, with no real viable alternative (along with nothing like a Magic Mary style tyre at the time).
Tyre choice is a bit limiting, even still. That said, I’ve struggled with finding dual ply’s for a 650b wheelset too, I know they are coming. But not quite just yet!Posted 3 years agoDeeWMember
I’ve looked for 29er tyres for megavalanche and ended up getting Maxxis DHF 2.5 Dual Ply. Only seem to come in 60a compound.
There’s also the On-one Chunky Monkey 2.4 which are fairly big and well protected, though probably same as an exo Maxxis
I also looked at Michelin Rock’R 2 (think they are a 2.35) which looked promising, get good reviews and come in 2 tread compounds, but probably not as burly as the 2.5 DHF.Posted 3 years agoduffMember
I just ordered these, I did wonder if the description is wrong as I haven’t found Dual ply high rollers anywhere else.
Otherwise bike24 have some magic Mary super gravity I think. The choice for tough or dual ply 29er tyres is very limited.Posted 3 years agochakapingSubscriber
Next Day Tyres list the 2-ply Minions as weighing more than 1.2kg.
Dunno what the EXO bit on them is about thoughPosted 3 years ago
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