- Maxxis Beaver – rather bluddy good
29×2 out back tubeless
Needed a tube first time round, then a compressor, but it’s sealed (Stans Flows)and stayed up fine.
Super lightweight, rolls really well, shed loads of grip, rated as a 2.0 and comes up to size, gives enough cush for the rigid, OK price too – winter winner?Posted 5 years agoDog EarsMember
Got one on the back of my 29r and so far it’s been very good. Tread not as deep as Mud X but grips very well. Gives more frame clearance than the 2.2 tyre I took off so displaces the mud easier as well. The 2.2 Purgatory up front seems fine as well, gripping nicely and giving a bit more volume. They’ll do me for the Winter 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Tried and failed to run them tubeless on my Halo rims. Really soft grippy feeling rubber ace out on the filthy trails we have. Not too back on the frozen solid ones we had last week as well. As mentioned above feel a bit flimsy and I’ve had a puncture per ride until I fitted Maxxis welterweight tubes. I wouldn’t go for the light EXCs again, I’d just get the normal folders.Posted 5 years ago
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