For Every CX Course
The Baby Limus TLR is Challenge's all-around cyclocross tire designed for races with constantly changing conditions — wet sand, sticky mud, or dry, fast, packed courses. The Baby Limus Race Series edition has a 120TPI nylon superlight casing that provides both supple performance and long-lasting durability.
Its UCI-legal 33mm casing is perfectly shaped when mounted to 15-19mm internal width rims.
The Baby Limus is also outfitted with PPS. The Puncture Protection Strip (PPS) is a special fabric placed between a tire's tread and casing to increase resistance to punctures.
- Puncture Protection Strip (PPS)
- Tubeless-Ready (TLR)
- 120 Threads Per Inch
- Optimized for 15-19mm internal width rims
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Great for CX dry/damp Conditions
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Solid traction on dry/damp conditions to include those with a bit of mud. Was able to ride them at 35psi with tubes and have no problems. Getting the bead on tubeless ready rims can be a bit challenging, but using some water and soap seemed to do the trick. Could just be my rims.
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