The Ultimate in Traction and Ride Quality
The latest gravel tread designed to take you beyond where the pavement ends to where the terrain is less maintained./p>
The Challenge Getaway TLR Gravel tire's design includes a tightly packed, fast-rolling center for straight-line control and speed, open transition knobs for sandy and wet terrain, and more aggressive shoulder knobs for controlled cornering and stability in loose conditions.
- Tubeless Ready (TLR)
- Handmade construction provides the ultimate in traction and ride quality
- Bead-to-Bead latex-based coating
- Lightweight TLR specific coating for improved puncture protection and better air retention
- SMART Plus Compound, a Gravel-specific tread compound for traction and durability
- Corazza armor, a Gravel-specific casing utilizing double-layer 260TPI SuperPoly for sidewall durability and stability
B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
These are pretty fast rolling tires and pretty light. I like them better than my Gravel Kings because they roll just as fast and don't throw pebbles at my fellow riders. They have a yellow sidewall, not tan if that matters to you. My 38mm version expands to 40 mm wide on my 25 mm internal rims. They require a no ammonia sealant apparently so just to be safe, I bought Challenge brand sealant instead of my normal sealant. Would give 5 stars if I could use my regular sealant. Maybe I can, but I don't want to experiment with these relatively expensive tires.
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