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WTB Nano 29 Race
$64.99

WTB's Nano Raptors are fast-rolling, dry-condition tires with working edges that bite into dry hardpack and loose soil. This big-volume, 29-inch tire boasts round profile, micro-knob design and a large supportive casing. Plus, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and grip amazingly well in many… [more]

WTB Nano TCS
$64.99

Made to get from point A to point B faster, WTB's tubeless-compatible Nanos are fast-rolling, dry-condition tires with working edges that bite into dry hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and grip well… [more]

WTB Vigilante (26-inch)
$64.99

WTB defines the enduro tire with the Vigilante. This aggressive all-mountain tire is the choice of the venerable Mark Weir when he's on the ragged edge. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in wet, loose terrain, and sheds mud and debris easily. Tall, stiff side knobs grip even at… [more]

WTB WeirWolf 2.3 Race
$64.99

Designed by WTB's own all mountain superstars, Mark Weir and Jason Moeschler, the WeirWolf has the features to make you faster. This is where the fun starts. An extra row of transitional tread between the crown and side knobs give the WeirWolf a positive feel and consistent traction at any lean… [more]

WTB Weirwolf 2.3 TCS (26-inch)
$64.99

WTB's Weirwolf is a Mark Weir's signature tread. It's a high-volume, fast-rolling tire that climbs like an angel and corners like a trail-devouring demon. Its terraced side knobs and evenly spaced center knobs grab onto the trail and never let go. Tame that ferocious rock garden, rip through… [more]

WTB Wolverine 29
$64.99

Like its namesake, WTB's Wolverine 29 packs a fierce bite in a slight profile. This fast-rolling tire’s moderately-spaced center knobs cling to hardpack and devour steep climbs while the angled outer knobs let you shred corners and tackle dicey descents with confidence. [more]

WTB Trail Boss (27.5-inch)
$65.99 - $79.99

Like a boss is a term that gets thrown around a lot. Rest assured, WTB's Trail Boss is the real deal with tight tread spacing for high speed, and tall, blocky knobs that really dig in when you grab the brakes. A rounded profile and staggered, supported, siped side knobs keep you on your line as the… [more]

WTB Bee Line TCS (27.5-inch)
$67.99

Any tire can be fast, the real trick is speed with control. WTB's Bee Line gives you that speed with the control and confidence to leave it out on the course. Ramped knobs and even tread dispersal with Dual DNA rubber compound give you a consistent feel whether hammering in a straight line or… [more]

WTB Vigilante (27.5-inch)
$67.99

WTB defines the enduro tire with their Vigilante. This aggressive all-mountain tire is the choice of the venerable Mark Weir when he's on the ragged edge. The square-lugged, open-tread pattern offers stability in wet, loose terrain, and sheds mud and debris easily. Tall, stiff outside knobs grip… [more]

WTB Wolverine AM (27.5-inch)
$67.99

Like its namesake, WTB's Wolverine packs a fierce bite in a slight profile. This fast-rolling tire’s moderately-spaced center knobs cling to hardpack and devour steep climbs while the angled outer knobs let you shred corners and tackle dicey descents with confidence. And you finally get the best of… [more]

Continental Baron UST
$69.95

Downhilling is where Continental's Baron excels, but it's also light enough to pedal uphill. It features an aggressive, open tread pattern that bites deeply into soft, muddy conditions, and immediately sheds that mud to keep you hooked up under hard cornering and braking. The rounded profile… [more]

Continental Grand Prix 4000 (700c, Folding)
$69.95
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One of the favorites of the Pro peloton, Conti's Grand Prix 4000 brings a host of innovations never before seen in the world of bike tires. The tread pattern has been moved to the shoulders to increase traction in the corners. Tread wear indicators show the wear rate of the tire, eliminating… [more]

Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II (650c, Folding)
$69.95

One of the favorites of the Pro peloton, Conti's Grand Prix 4000 S II brings a host of innovations that roll faster with excellent control. The Black Chili rubber compound provides less rolling resistance with better grip, while the tread pattern on the shoulders increases traction through corners.… [more]

Continental Grand Prix 4000 S II (700c, Folding)
$69.95

Continental's Grand Prix 4000 S II boasts Conti's Black Chili rubber compound for low rolling resistance, impressive traction and long wear, making for one of the fastest tires in the peloton. The GP 4000 S II also uses a tough Vectran sub-tread for exceptional puncture protection, while the… [more]

Continental Grand Prix 4000 S Reflex II (700c, Folding)
$69.95

Continental's Grand Prix 4000 S Reflex II boasts Conti's Black Chili rubber compound for minimal rolling resistance, great traction, and long wear. The GP 4000 boasts a tough Vectran sub-tread for exceptional puncture protection, while the 330-tpi casing delivers a velvety-smooth ride. And, the… [more]

Continental Grand Prix Force
$69.95

Continental's Grand Prix Force is specifically engineered as a rear tire, so it boasts a harder, thicker tread with Conti's Black Chili rubber compound for excellent rolling resistance, traction and durability. You also get Continental's Vectran Breaker technology for exceptional puncture… [more]

Continental Mountain King II UST (folding)
$69.95

Continental’s Mountain King II reigns over wet and dry trails alike thanks to its open lug tread. This, combined with its large volume, ramped side lugs and UST tubeless design ensures great cornering grip and excellent rolling efficiency. [more]

Continental Sprinter (650c Tubular)
$69.95

Continental's Sprinter is light enough for serious racing, yet strong and durable enough for use as a training tire, too. Handmade in Germany, it's equipped with 3 layers of proprietary polyamide in the casing to deliver outstanding puncture protection. Plus, the Sprinter is rated for inflation… [more]

Continental Sprinter (700c Tubular)
$69.95

Continental's Sprinter is light enough for serious racing, yet strong and durable enough for use as a training tire, too. Handmade in Germany, it's equipped with 3 layers of proprietary polyamide in the casing to deliver outstanding puncture protection. Plus, the Sprinter is rated for inflation… [more]

Continental Trail King UST (folding)
$69.95

Continental's Trail King features a massive footprint and a rounded shape plus an open tread pattern. The King rules when you need to fly downhill and get to the bottom first and it sheds mud so you enjoy excellent traction and control in even the nastiest of conditions. You'll also love the extra… [more]

Continental X-King UST
$69.95

You can have it all! Predictable cornering grip is combined with a fast-rolling tread pattern in Continental’s X-King UST tubeless tire. Bump absorption is excellent, too, due to its high-volume casing. Its open lug pattern hooks up in dry corners and sheds mud well when it's wet. This is a great… [more]

Continental X-King UST (folding)
$69.95

Continental's X-King is a great all-around tire with a fast-rolling tread, an open lug design that hooks up whether it's muddy or dry, and a high-volume casing for nice shock absorbancy and a smooth ride. This fine tire also boasts Continental's grippy and durable Black Chili rubber compound, and… [more]

WTB Bronson 2.1 Race
$69.99

When you name a tire after a 70's action star, that tire better come correct. WTB's Bronson, like the rugged Charles himself, excels in rough conditions that make lesser specimens slink away. This lightweight, versatile tire hooks up in everything from dry hardpack to loose chunder to mud with… [more]

WTB Bronson 2.2 TCS (29-inch)
$69.99

When you name a tire after a 70's action star, that tire better come correct. WTB's Bronson, like the rugged Charles himself, excels in rough conditions that make lesser specimens slink away. This versatile, tubeless-compatible tire hooks up in everything from dry hardpack to loose chunder to mud… [more]

WTB Moto TCS
$69.99

WTB's Moto is an aggressive, square-lugged tire that lets you navigate through mud, rocks, loose soil and any other bit of earth you can get your grubby little wheels on. Developed and inspired by throttle twisters, the Moto has exceptional traction with stiff outside knobs so you can lean into… [more]

WTB Mutano TCS
$69.99

Traction and grip are funny: too much and the ride is sluggish and slow; too little and you are putting the “skin side down.” WTB's Mutano is an amazingly versatile tire that rides the line between all-mountain-aggressive and XC-agile. Its mix includes an open, mud-shedding tread pattern, a… [more]

WTB Nano 29 TCS
$69.99

Made to get from point A to point B faster, WTB's tubeless-compatible Nanos are fast-rolling, dry-conditions tires with working edges that bite into hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large, supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and hold fast in… [more]

WTB Nano Race
$69.99

Made to get from point A to point B faster, WTB's Nanos are fast-rolling, dry-conditions tires with working edges that bite into hardpack and loose soil. With a round profile, micro-knob design and a large, supportive casing, the Nanos float over choppy terrain and hold fast in many conditions,… [more]

WTB Nine Line 2.0 (29-inch)
$69.99

WTB's Nine Line isn't your typical XC race tire. Oh sure, it's super light at 585 grams. And sure, it rolls ridiculously fast with short, evenly spaced knobs and a fast center section. Where it distinguishes itself is with the legit traction on real trails. So, go ahead, lay off the brakes in the… [more]

WTB Nine Line 2.25 (29-inch)
$69.99

WTB's Nine Line isn't your typical XC race tire. Oh sure, it's nice and light and rolls ridiculously fast with short, evenly spaced knobs and a fast center section. Where it distinguishes itself is with legit traction on real trails. So, go ahead, lay off the brakes in the corners, the Nine Line… [more]

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