In the grand scheme of things, the big story here is the “just right” casing.
This smaller, lighter-weight version strikes a great balance for riders looking for rim/flat protection and firm hold for the tire bead.
The Wild Enduro Front turned out to be just what I was hoping it would be: a grippy all-season tire that combines a lot of the positive traits of my other favorite tires (Magic Mary and Assegai).
E*thirteen promises lower rolling resistance, longer tread life, more grip, and more supple protective casings with this third iteration of their All-Terrain tires.
It is immediately noticeable while riding that the extra cush and stability are present with the added CushCore.
Kenda's eMTB Specific Hellkat Pro EMC Tire Review - Two Thumbs Up.
Why are tire makers such lying liars? Or more specifically, how can I know what size my tire is really going to be when I mount and inflate it?
There’s not a ton of products out there that have completely changed our load-out or packing routine as much as Stan’s DART.
The Teravail Honcho is perhaps the first all-rounder I’ve tested that actually lives up to its name.