Right a tyre quandry – help please

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  • Right a tyre quandry – help please
  • rob jackson
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    99% of my riding is Peak based so lots and lots of big rocks. I usually use Spesh Eskar controls which are ace on rock etc. Due to the nomad i am venturing more into the woods to piss about so need a tyre that is also good in mud. Is this a moon on a stick question?

    Anyone use the spesh Hillbilly tyre?

    Why not Spesh again with the Clutch SX?

    At the moment I run Eskar on one bike and WTB tyres on t’other, I like my WTB Stout 2.3 for mud.. though some think they are too heavy, but they are no heavier than a Maxxis equivalent…

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Is this a moon on a stick question?

    only if you want it to roll fast too

    you do, don’t you? 👿

    Premier Icon Radioman
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    My Nomad has Schwalbe Hans Dampf 2.35s good all round(thats what the name means!) and just the right volumes plus tough sidewalls and can be used tubeless(they are an “Evo” tube/no tube tyre)..

    rob jackson
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    VCC – hence why i asked about the SPECIALIZED hillbilly

    Bagstard
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    Bonty Big Earl wets are pretty good all rounders.

    wrecker
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    Those hans dampf tyres are £50 an end!!!
    For all of my moaning, I’ll still buy a pair though. Because I’m a sucker.

    Premier Icon Radioman
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    at hibike.com in Germany they are about EUR37.00 each!

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