- Recommend me a tyre now it's summer (ish)
Small Block 8’s are incredibly fast tyres – you really will notice a difference, but as mentioned above, they’re strictly for dry only.Posted 4 years ago
+1 for the Ardent/Crossmark combo…
My favourite summer rubber has to be Larsen TT in 2.35 ( the 62a option). Light fast and grippy and the profile of the 2.35 just seems to make my EX Fuel corner really well. More volume than the above tyres too giving a more supple ride.
Bontrager are doing some good copies/variations of the above tyres and are tubeless ready if you’re into that sort of thing…
(Bear, if you’re still reading this post and you’re still awake, I knew you’d go ty nerdy in the end – it’s inevitable!)tomcanbefoundMember
Ralph rear Ron front, all year. The Ron holds up really well in the inevitable summer rain, very rarely washes out and the ralph is very controllable but i dont mind my rear end getting squirmy.
When the real mud returns the dirty bike has storm control rear and purgatory front.Posted 4 years agosingletrackbikerMember
The 2.25 Ardent & Advantage are bigger than the 2.35 Minion/High Roller. 2.4 is bigger than the 2.5 HR/Minion
Out earlier, dry conditions – Chunky Monkey Extreme 2.4 front, Aspen 2.25 rear.Posted 4 years ago
Like 2.25 Advantages as general all-rounders, front & rear. The Aspens are great when it is dry & have front & rear set-up.
Hoping the new bigger Maxxis Ikon comes to the UK in a 26’er size & that it sizes up like the Maxxis 2.4’s.
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