Speed in the Sand
The Challenge Dune Pro Tire is made for cross races on sandy soils, featuring a lightweight, grippy design. The tire offers a smooth rolling characteristics and can also be used as an everyday tire for streets or gravel roads. With Challenge's Puncture Protection Strip, the Dune uses an extra layer of uniquely-crafted fabric with highly resistant properties sits between the casing and the tire to reduce the risk of punctures.
Like the Chicane, this tire is a super fast rolling sand tire that also works incredibly well on frozen courses. The small shoulder knobs are intended for riders with great bike handling skills.
- Durable SuperPoly casing.
- Width: 33mm.
- Folding bead.
- TPI: 300.
- PPS under-tread puncture protection.
- Claimed weight: 355g.
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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: 355 grams
Mfg PartNum: 00720
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Width: 33mm (1.3in)
Tire Type: Clincher-Folding
Threads Per Inch: 320
I purchased the tires to use in the BWR. Ive been training on the tires and they have performed outstandingly well. The slight side tread helps with cornering and terrain that is unstable. If youre looking for a do it all tire this one is a good to tire.
The bead on these tires is very loose and does not fit easily into the rims. I have the HED Belgium rims and had to work with it for a while to get a snap all the way around. One pinch flatted once and the other went flat on a slow leak, both onafter the same ride. Seems like a good tire and the ride is good, but they're going in the spare parts bin. Sad. I had high hopes for these.
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