Fast Rolling UST type tyreHome › Forum › Bike Forum › Fast Rolling UST type tyreOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)Fast Rolling UST type tyre tricky dickySubscriberWhats the best all round fast rolling tubeless 26 inch tyre that you guys are using at present.Max budget of £30 per tyre desired. Mud clearance is not essential for the areas I ride. Thanks richard Posted 4 years ago NobeerinthefridgeSubscriberSpesh purgatory, tubeless ready. Winner. Posted 4 years ago colournoiseSubscriberDepending on the surface you’re riding, a Spesh The Captain might be a better bet if you want fast rolling with all a bit of grip. Posted 4 years ago boxfishMemberAnother Spesh…. Ground Control 2Bliss Posted 4 years ago oxym0r0nSubscriberNo spesh boycott on this thread then 😉 Posted 4 years ago NorthwindSubscriberFast rolling is all relevant, you could fit some fast traks and go very fast, until the first wet bit when you’ll stop quite abruptly. What sort of conditions? Posted 4 years ago andyrmMemberOnza Canis 2.25 is a good bet – made by Maxxis, great sidewalls and good grip, very fast as a rear tyre. Couple with an Ibex up front for grip. Posted 4 years ago krixmeisterSubscriberKenda Small Block 8 is my answer to any “what tire…” question for XC riders, except “what tire for very sticky/muddy conditions”. Posted 4 years ago busydogMemberKenda Small Block 8^ this or Kenda Slant 6 not bad and has a little more grip than the 8 Posted 4 years ago knottinbotswanaMemberFor hardpack gravel with a smattering of dust and sand the default choice in these parts is the Maxxis Crossmark – so much so it seems to be the only tyre kept in stock by the local bike shop.The dissenters seem to like Kenda Small Blocks. Posted 4 years ago HankySubscriberAnother vote for Maxxis Crossmark in dusty climes, easy to fit on Mavic UST rims too. Posted 4 years ago tricky dickySubscriberI’m mainly riding Gisburn at the moment,trail conditions, even when wet seem ok, I’ve not ridden through too much mud , there are a lot of fireroads etc they are on a hardtail with Arch EX rims Posted 4 years ago njee20SubscriberFurious Fred, no messing around! Posted 4 years ago Viewing 13 posts - 1 through 13 (of 13 total)The topic ‘Fast Rolling UST type tyre’ is closed to new replies.