A gravel crushing tire to rule them all
The Kenda Alluvium Pro is an all-new gravel and adventure tire that is as capable on the pavement as it is on hard conditions single track trails.
The tread pattern is optimized for speed, with low profile knobs to aid in reducing rolling resistance. Combined with a new single tread rubber compound, the Alluvium offers performance and grip.
The GCT casing wraps the tire from bead to bead with a secondary casing layer acting as a shield against punctures and sidewall slashes.
Do endless miles of dirt road call to you? Are you looking for a boost to your speed in the next gravel grinder? Or maybe you are planning a cross-country trek and want the quickest and most durable tire possible; look no further than the Alluvium Pro 700c Gravel Tire
Features & Specs:
- A gravel crushing tire to rule them all
- GCT casing for tubeless conversion, sidewall reinforcement, and sub-tread protection
- Reflective Hot Patch on the tire adds visibility in low light situations
- Kenda's fastest rubber compound and used exclusively for high end racing tires
- A versatile casing with great all-round puncture and slash protection that is optimized for tubeless use
- Reflective hot patch on the tire's side generates better visibility at night or during conditions where visibility is limited
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Great Handling on and off road. Displeased with puncture resistance
by That One Guy
SF Bay Area
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
These tires wear well - I have 1500 miles on them in the last 3-4 months. 85% street riding, but a good bit of gravelsingle-trackhardpackmud. They climb great until the ground gets too soft, and suffer in bad mud, but it's a gravel tire not a mountain tire. Low rolling resistance on the road, and great cornering and traction on the trail. I really like these tires.... except.
I have had more flats in my rear tire than I have had in any other tubeless tire I've mounted on this bike, and the Stan's sealant just doesn't seem to seal them. Just blows that sealant out through the hole, and I need to unmount it, use a sticker-patch on the inside of the tire, and re-seat. They seat just fine with C02, but takes me 2 canisters just to repair - one to locate the hole, and one to re-seat after I've patched it.
These are 5 star tires with 3 star puncture resistance.
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