$159.99 - $294.99
When bite and traction are required above all else, the Gnarwhal keeps you moving. Roll through the roughest terrain and deepest snow with the stud-ready aggressively treaded Gnarwhal. Key features - Excels in snow, ice, and slippery terrain - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength casing is lightweight sidewall protection that's supple and strong - Studdable design allows for added traction in icy conditions - Easy install of available Bontrager Tire Studs with Bontrager Tire Stud Tool
- Studded tire for added traction when conditions get icy - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, Silica rubber, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
$224.99 - $234.99
- Aggressive Tread Design - Enhanced Steering Performance - Off Camber Grip - Low Rolling Resistance - Excellent Float - Great for blocked trails or loose snow - 240 studs
With 45NRTH's Dillinger studded fatbike tire, riding on ice and snow will never be the same. Over 200 lightweight aluminum-carbide studs allow you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control. The Dillinger virtually launches you over the steepest and iciest climbs. And when you need to roll fast, tightly spaced center treads keep you moving.
$137.00 - $189.99
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Maxxis Minion FBF represents a progression in fat-biking by offering a front-specific tire designed for trail riding. Featuring the proven Minion DHF tread blocks, the FBF combines extreme cornering capability, low rolling resistance, and fat-tire volume for unsurpassed grip on uneven and loose surfaces. - Inspired by the Minion DHF - Front-specific tread design - Dual compound - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
$137.00 - $189.99
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Minion FBR is a rear-specific fat bike tire designed for trail riding. It shares the look of the Minion DHR II, but is optimized for fat biking. The Minion FBR features well-known, proven side knobs for cornering traction and ramped, paddle-like knobs down the middle, minimizing rolling resistance and maximizing traction in all conditions. - Inspired by the Minion DHR II - Rear-specific tread design - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
$139.99 - $175.99
The Mammoth is the first fat bike tire from Maxxis! The center tread is relatively low to help keep the tire rolling, while the large side knobs aid in cornering. Available in a 4.00-inch casing, the Mammoth is ready for duty on the trail, the beach, or in the snow.
The Mammoth is the first fat bike tire from Maxxis! The center tread is relatively low to help keep the tire rolling, while the large side knobs aid in cornering. Available in a 4.00-inch casing, the Mammoth is ready for duty on the trail, the beach, or in the snow. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - EXO Protection
The small white-furred, long-bearded men with enormous feet of Swiss folklore, a Barbegazi only emerge from their cave after the first snowfall. The aptly-named, ultra-fat, Tubeless Ready, Barbegazi TLR gives you the float and traction to take on any winter trail. 4.7 inches of aggressive tread floats over and bites into everything in its path. - Excels in deep snow, sand, and rough terrain - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength casing is lightweight sidewall protection that's supple and strong
Fat, but not out of shape, Rougarou sets a new standard in fast-rolling, light-weight fat-bike tires. Engineered for speed and efficiency, the Rougarou is the fastest fat bike tire to date. If the sand and the snow is where you roll, Rougarou's svelte construction can get you to whatever finish line is first. Key features - Excels in firm snow, sand, and fat bike race conditions - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength sidewall protection is lightweight, supple, and strong
- A larger variation on the original Snowshoe tire with all-weather Silica rubber blend - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
Named for the folkloric creature native to oft snow-laden Rhinelander, WI, Hodag covers all your fat tire bike needs in a lightweight Tubeless Ready tread. Designed for all-terrain use, Hodag stays true to its sharp-clawed namesake with unmatched traction and excels in throwing snow, loose dirt, and sand, keeping your ride the stuff of legend. Key features - Excels in snow and sand - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength casing is lightweight sidewall protection that's supple and strong
Even fat bikes deserve to go fast, which is why Specialized paired extensive rider feedback with design experience, and the result is a tire with less rolling resistance and more traction. - Casing: 120 TPI - Bead: Foldable - Butyl wrapped bead = 2Bliss Ready - Compound: 60a - 26 x 4.0" Max ride 15 psi / Max install 25 psi
$113.00 - $144.00
The standard in fast-descending front tires. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 3C MaxxTerra Compound available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
$113.00 - $144.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. And, the center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Folding bead
Surly's Nate Tire is a hard-charging, grippy tire designed to rally over, through and around all kinds of conditions. Large and aggressive, the tire features lots of knobs that wrap around the side of the tire for added traction, and wide spacing to shred whatever it is you're riding through.
$104.99 - $139.99
At four inches wide, 45NRTH's Husker Du tire has the volume you need for flotation in snow and sand. Its fat profile lets you run extremely low pressure, while tightly spaced center knobs reduce rolling resistance and square shoulder knobs with siping throughout boost grip. Don't limit your fat bike and the Husker Du to just riding in the snow—they're a blast to ride year-round!
- The Eddy Current's solid appearance comes from the stable blocks, more rubber and the big widths. - It allows uncompromising riding even uphill, takes fierce acceleration as well as technical riding on the trails. - Blocks up to 20% more massive than other Enduro/All Mountain profiles. - Aggressive arrangement, open design and concise V-Grooves in the center and side blocks for direct, precise steering characteristics and perfect transmission of engine power to the ground, with extreme durability.
Schwalbe's Rock Razor virtually shaves the edges off bumps on the enduro course. A semi-slick tire for the gravity and enduro scenes, it‘s a solid option for fast, dry trails, especially riding it on the rear wheel. With the Super Gravity carcass, you get exceptional sidewall protection while keeping the weight down for quick accelerations. For incredibly low-rolling resistance, only one tire makes the cut.
$111.00 - $129.99
The Shorty is a mid-spike tire from Maxxis for loose or slightly muddy conditions; more versatile than the WetScream. Today's World Cup downhill tracks are steep, technical monsters with ever-changing conditions. Maxxis' pros needed a mid-spike tire that could handle dry, loose, blown-out corners as well as a bit of mud. The Shorty is that tire. A high-volume, dual-ply downhill casing makes the Shorty a more versatile option than a dedicated mud spike like the Wet Scream. Large, tall and slightly staggered side knobs penetrate loose soil to provide predictable, stable cornering at warp speeds. The alternating pattern of the center tread features widely-spaced knobs to clear debris, and their square shape offers plenty of braking bite. For downhill mountain biking in gnarly, mixed conditions, the Shorty can't be beat! - Large, aggressive lugs - Dual-ply casing with butyl insert
The favorite of downhill and enduro experts. The perfect choice for virtually any track. Intermediate tread: maximum braking traction and cornering grip even in extremely muddy terrain thanks to strong shoulder studs and the aggressive, open tread design. - Addix Soft Compound: Addix Soft is a compound that bridges many disciplines. It’s just as at home in the enduro and downhill world as it is in the demanding discipline of all-mountain and trail riding. It also impresses when used in combination with other ADDIX tires – more speed: Soft on the front, Speedgrip on the back. Or more damping: Ultra Soft on the front, Soft on the back. - SnakeSkin: The monofile SnakeSkin fabric on the side wall makes the tubeless conversion for the MTB extremely easy and safe. It also provides the best cut protection on the side wall. - Folding Bead
For a smooth, predictable feel in the corners, check out the Maxxis High Roller IIs. As an update to their classic High Roller, the IIs have a fast center section that offers excellent braking traction. The shoulder knobs are tall with sipes on every other block for precise cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing lets you run super-low pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
$105.99 - $125.99
The Standard. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 60 TPI
$99.99 - $125.99
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Downhill-specific 2-ply casing - Wire bead
$69.99 - $124.99
Legendary tire designer Frank Stacy provides another race-proven design with the XR2 Team Issue mountain bike tire. It's Tubeless Ready for fewer flats, and features a specifically-formulated compound for lightweight construction, improved cornering traction, and low rolling resistance. Key features - A versatile trail tire that excels in loose-over-hardpack and firm conditions - Fast rolling with consistent, predictable traction for a variety of trail conditions - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Supple and strong Inner Strength casing provides lightweight sidewall protection - Lightweight 120 TPI casing provides great ride feel and tire performance
$119.99 - $124.99
- For a safer journey. You have full control on icy roads with the Marathon Winter Plus. - For best possible puncture protection, it comes with a SmartGuard layer. - Spikes work best on ice at the minimum pressure - At max pressure, noise is reduced to a minimum on ice-free roads.
The next evolutionary step. Anyone who wants to exploit the potential of modern tire technology wholeheartedly rides Tubeless. Tubeless tires guarantee the lowest rolling resistance while maintaining a very high puncture resistance. Now all sizes of Marathon Almotion are equipped for tubeless operation. The patented Microskin construction tires are also significantly lighter. Of course, a normal tube can also be used. - MicroSkin, TL Easy - OneStar
$59.99 - $119.99
Schwalbe's Marathon Mondial is the ultimate touring tire ready to travel the world if you want. Handling is great thanks to their TravelStar rubber compound, and their Double Defense technology keeps it relatively light and high-performance while maintaining excellent puncture protection. Whether you're setting out on a cross-country bike tour, cruising on a tandem, or just want peace of mind during your daily commute, the Marathon Mondial is in it for the long haul.
- Aggressive side and transition knobs for cornering bite - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
$89.99 - $115.99
Choose a tire that's as extreme as your ride. The Wild Rock'R2 benefits from reinforced technology, which in turn lends itself to smooth braking, superb grip, and a tough, puncture-resistant skin. Massive rubber blocks create a meaty tread pattern that handles stress better than Zoloft, and a bold, claw-shaped shoulder pattern snags traction on loose slopes and otherwise treacherous conditions. A central groove gives this tire all the directional stability you'll need to stay on track. For optimum performance, MICHELIN recommends using their GUM-X compound on the rear tire, and their MAGI-X compound on the front.
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