The Gravel Go-Getter
The Challenge Almanzo Pro Tire is named after the Almanzo 100 gravel race in Minnesota, making this a heavyweight all-terrain tire for use with road bikes. The Almanzo was designed specifically for gravel racing, featuring a file tread pattern that provides excellent grip with a wider, more forgiving profile for those bumpy roads. Each Almanzo Pro tire features Challenge's double puncture protection, offering the highest level of protection from slashes, tears, or other types of punctures.
- ISO diameter: 622.
- ISO width: 33mm.
- SuperPoly casing.
- Double PPS Protection.
- 260 TPI
- Claimed weight: 385 grams.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
Weight: 385 grams
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Width: 33mm (1.3in)
Tire Type: Clincher-Folding
Threads Per Inch: 320
700 x 33mm - Black/Tan
Mfg PartNum: 00524
Mounted tires for 30 years without major problems. These tires however are a total nightmare to mount.
Pre-Stretching, heating up, Talcum powder....still unmountable on DT Swiss rims. Gave up after hours of trying.
All 4 tires went straight in the garbage. Even if I could have mounted them at home, on the trail in cold weather there is no way you can fix a flat.
Picked up a set of the Tan wall Pro Series version, Fun mixed surface and supple tire, 260 TPI
Rides really well for a great dry dirt, gravel, even cross legal at 33C Have larger tires for rough days.
No issues mounting, put them on some older American Classic 420's,, they are tight, all Challenge are.
Im issuing a rare DO NOT BUY. I have changed many tires before but These are the first I that could not get mounted (Zipp 303 rims). After an hour of struggling to get one tire on I gave up, just way too tight. Figured if one flats on the trailroad I could never change.
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