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Kenda
K1010 Nevegal MTB Tire

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The Kenda Nevegal is part of the popular John Tomac signature series. This aggressive XC tire features tall knobs for excellent traction, along with ample center spacing for efficient mud shedding. Kenda's special CAP PLY casing allows low tire pressures for even more control and little worry of pinch flats.

The Nevegal is available in either 60 or 120 TPI versions and two different rubber compounds. The Dual Tread Compound is designed to balance speed, grip, and longevity. The Stick-E Compound is designed for maximum traction. 50 PSI Max. Folding Kevlar bead.

Available Sizes:

  • 26 x 2.5 Inch (814 grams)
  • 26 x 2.35 Inch (780 grams)
  • 26x2.1 Inch (630 grams)
 

Applications: Cross Country MTB 

 

Made in: Taiwan 

26x2.35 120 TPI Dual Tread Compound UST Tubeless

Weight: 780 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 60-559 

Max Pressure: 50 psi

26x2.35 120 TPI Dual Tread Compound

Weight: 780 grams

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 60-559 

Max Pressure: 50 psi

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A proven performance tire that work very well in most conditions
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by mootsrider
Cycling Enthusiast
Campbell,CA

Been using this tire for over 10 years and it still delivers outstanding performance on a lot of different conditions. They have just recently updated the side labels on the tire so it looks a little different but he tread still looks the same. Wears well in the DTC model and does not cost you a arm and leg like some other tire brands.

Reviewed 5/31/2017
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Still the Best
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by Fred
Cycling Enthusiast
North Texas, New Mexico, Colorado
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Still the best in my book for close to 10 years I think. I have tried them all. I ride hard pack, loose, rocks, roots, occasional sand, and very little mud (only when I can't avoid it). Climb great, confident fast turns and breaking (with lower pressures). As for cost... reasonable for this level of tire. For reference, I run 26x2.1 rear and 26x2.35 front, and terrains I ride throughout the year include north and central Texas, Santa FeTaos New Mexico, Vail area Colorado, and south Tahoe NevadaCalifornia. Both front and rear tires are 5-10 pounds over minimum pressure. Yes, people complain they not fast on concrete, and it's reue... but then, THEY ARE NOT ROAD TIRES! Do you want an off road tires to grip off road, or on road. Can't have both successfully. ) Some complain about them being out of round. I've seen that, but it just means they aren't seated. Nevegal's are tight fitting tires, especially on beefier wheels. Use a little soapy water on the bead (tubeless or with tubes) when you put 'em on, and no more out of round every time!

Reviewed 12/14/2017
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Stick-E Tires are not very durable
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by Peter
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

The last three Stick-E Nevegal tires I have owned have all failed way before the tread is worn out. On two if them - the sidewall has rotted or juts split near the rim-in the same exact place both times. On this last tire one of the knobby treads has peeled off. leaving the tire's inside frail lining exposed.

Anyhow I used to be a big fan but its obvious that either the workmanship and quality has suffered over the past 2- 3 years- or its just a coincidence that these tires have all failed due to my riding conditions etc. I am not a racer- maybe these tires are lighter for racing and therefore lack the durability a thicker tire might offer.

Anyhow I am done with the Nevegal and am moving to a more durable tire that will last more than 20 rides

Reviewed 8/24/2015
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great tire
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by asleepby9
Cycling Enthusiast
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I have heard some tires are not true, I have not had that problem.

Reviewed 2/9/2015
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Hands down, the best tire for the money. I have all my bikes and even my wife's bike running Nevegals.
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by asleepby9
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida and Western NC
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Love these tires in the wet and dry. Durable but has good traction. These tires are the standard all other tires should be held to.

Reviewed 1/30/2015
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Hands down, the best tire for the money. I have all my bikes and even my wife's bike running Nevegals.
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by asleepby9
Cycling Enthusiast
Florida and Western NC
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Love these tires in the wet and dry. Durable but has good traction. These tires are the standard all other tires should be held to.

Reviewed 1/30/2015
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Hardwearing
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by Biker2tex
Cycling Enthusiast
Texas
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Awesome Tires. They Look Greate on my Bike.

Reviewed 1/23/2015
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Great tire when seated properly
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
Vail, CO
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Have had three sets of theses tires with no issues, if I don't take my time seating them they will wobble. If you only inflate to 35psi then the tire is not seated properly. I'll pump mine to around 60psi before the literally POP into place. After that no issues

Reviewed 3/29/2014
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Best all around tire for the Northwest
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by TheChez
Cycling Enthusiast
PDX, OR
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

This is a great and simple tire. If you look at some of the tires out there with all the finite element analysis and crazy knobs you would think this tire would never work. Not so! This tire rolls slow, yes, but will always hook up. Maybe not what you want in shale conditions but in the muddy roots of the Northwet it hooks up great. You can really rail on the corners on this and feel confident it's not going to give out. Very comparable to the Holy Roller.

Reviewed 4/15/2013
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Great Tire! Great Price!
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by Snow Pedaler
Cycling Enthusiast
Wisconsin
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased a set of these tires for an upcoming mountain bike race. While training on them I was amazed how well they gripped in the corners. During the race, they performed extremely well and the traction on uphills was excellent. Best of all, no flats! I would definitely buy a set of these tires again, especially at the price that I paid.

Reviewed 10/18/2012
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Great all around tire for xc
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by glen
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles CA

Been using these for years and I simply can't complain about them. Just ripped my oem Kenda Karma racing tires on the trail -w hich I knew would happen eventually since they're so light. Putting the nevegals on cuz I know they hold up and grip. Not the fastest rollers in the world, but great for the trail any day, any season.

Reviewed 8/25/2012
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You guys need to learn to seat your bead when you put on a tire.
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by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
WV
3 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

Regarding the last two reviews, If your tire is lumpy 99 times out of a hundred it means that your bead isnt seated because it is just tight, (like if your using tubeless rims), or your rim strip is off to one side and under the bead, or your tube is under the bead, and not allowing it to seat properly. Very rarely will you have a defective tire. If you rotate the tire after you put a little air in it you will know whether it is seated. If its not seated, pump it up to max pressure and it will pop into place, just like a tubeless tire. If you can see a visible deformation of the tire while it's off of the rim it's a defect. If it looks fine you have another problem.

The tires are great and I've never had a defective Kenda.

Reviewed 8/2/2012
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A good all around off road front tire
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Cape Cod, MA
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I ride my Ellsworth Truth off road and mounted the 2.1 Nevegal sticky on my front tire. It feels stable in corners with the wet stuff. Keeps a smooth line in the sand to. Feels fine over rocks and stumps as well. I use thorn proof tubes front and rear as the single track on the Cape offers many thorny and rock encrusted trails such as the Trail of tears in West Barnstable for example. I gone on five rides so far and no flats not even a slow leak. I mention this fact because the Blue Groves that the Nevegal replaced experienced chronic flats on these same trails. So far so good, peace to all !!!

Reviewed 3/4/2012
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Good solid all-around tire
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by Hawkeye
Cycling Enthusiast
SoCal
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I try alot of tires and this is the one I always come back to. Maybe not the best in every condition but day in and day out the best all-around off road tire I've tried so far.

Reviewed 1/20/2011
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Don't even want to ride it, will return it IMMEDIATELY
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
seattle
5 of 27 customers found this review helpful.

I bought a new bike with Kenda small block eights. I have to admit that I rode it on two VERY muddy days over rocks and roots. I had impressive traction and control. Then I got a pinch flat, not one, but 6!!! which apparently the tire is infamous for. So, I decided to replace them with the NEVEGAL. Just like the other guy said, they're not even CLOSE to true. They have such a bad wobble I wouldn't even waste my time taking them up to the mountain, they are going straight back to the store, and I am never buying KENDA again. I have been using WTB velociraptors for years, I am getting a set of those for my new bike, they are great.....

Reviewed 10/19/2010
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good for the mud bad for the street
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by jeff
Casual Cyclist
madison, va
14 of 15 customers found this review helpful.

Ride a combination of road, trials and single track. These work very well on muddy, uneven tracks and trails. on dry trails who ever is behind you will eat dust because they will stir it up. on roads they will give you a work out due to there high rolling resistance and they will wear quickly.

Reviewed 10/19/2010
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The tire was not round, it caused excessive vibration at speed, will never buy Kenda again
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by rotor
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego CA
12 of 52 customers found this review helpful.

I put this tire on the front of my mountin bike. Immediately during my first ride there was excessive vibration. I thought perhaps the shock was in need of repair, but no, it was caused by the tire which was not true, not round. There was at least a 14 inch difference in the height of the tire as it rotated. It was a terrible experience, and I will never buy Kenda again.

Reviewed 4/28/2010
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BEst tire ever!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Bellingham, WA
33 of 37 customers found this review helpful.

Best tire for all mountain biking, not just XC but HD and FR too. Best traction in wet or dry conditions, far superior to Maxis Minions.

Reviewed 6/3/2009
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Best xc tire ever!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
MD, VT, UT, TN, PA, CO, NM
27 of 30 customers found this review helpful.

light weight all purpose xc tire. amazing traction for climbing on rocks, roots, and loose terrain. corners well. sheds mud. bought instead of specialized sworks captain $60 as a less expensive alternative.

Reviewed 5/28/2009
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