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Maxxis
Rambler 700c Gravel Tire

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Maxxis Rambler 700c Gravel Specific Tire

The Maxxis Rambler Tubeless Tire is designed from the ground up for performance on gravel roads. A supple 120 TPI casing is backed with EXO protection to thwart abrasions and cuts to the sidewalls, and low-profile knobs grip on loose surfaces and still allowing for fast rolling. Dual-compound rubber increases speed and traction while keeping the tire tough and long-wearing.

Rambler tires with SilkShield/TR are 60 TPI.

700c

  • 700X45 — ETRTO 45-622 — 60 TPI — Folding Bead — 555g — SilkShield/TR
  • 700X45 — ETRTO 45-622 — 120 TPI — Folding Bead — 495g — EXO/TR
  • 700X50 — ETRTO 50-622 — 60 TPI — Folding Bead — 650g — SilkShield/TR
  • 700X50 — ETRTO 50-622 — 120 TPI — Folding Bead — 570g — EXO/TR
  • 700X40 — ETRTO 40-622 — 60 TPI — Folding Bead — 445g — SilkShield/TR
  • 700X40 — ETRTO 40-622 — 120 TPI — Folding Bead — 375g — EXO/TR
  • 700X38 — ETRTO 38-622 — 60 TPI — Folding Bead — 415g — SilkShield/TR
  • 700X38 — ETRTO 38-622 — 120 TPI — Folding Bead — 380g — EXO/TR

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    700 X 38mm - EXO/TR - Black

    Weight: 380 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00200700 

    700 x 38mm - SilkShield/TR - Black

    Weight: 415 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00200800 

    700 x 38mm - EXO/TR - TanWall

    Weight: 390 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00200600 

    700 X 40mm - EXO/TR Black

    Weight: 375 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00195800 

    700 x 40mm - EXO/TR - TanWall

    Weight: 452 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB96268200 

    700 x 40mm - SilkShield/TR - Black

    Weight: 445 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00200500 

    700 x 45mm - EXO/TR Black

    Weight: 495 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00143200 

    700 x 45mm - SilkShield/TR - Black

    Weight: 555 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00143100 

    700 x 50mm - EXO/TR

    Weight: 570 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00172600 

    700 x 50mm - SilkShield/TR

    Weight: 650 grams

    Mfg PartNum: TB00172700 

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    Swing and a miss
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    by Tee Argh
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Spokane, WA

    Got these installed new on a Lauf true grit. I've ridden the bike for a week (about 115 miles) and both tires have blown out on totally separate rides, necessitating tubes to get me home (one a top tread puncture that didn't plug with sealant the other a very small sidewall pinch that I didn't notice at all until I looked down and saw sealant oozing out of the tire). I'm not huge (180lbs), didn't ride these over fields of glass, and haven't had any issues with the other gravel tires I've used extensively the last couple years (mostly gravelkings), and while I run Maxxis on my MTB, I think these are the weakest gravel tires I've yet ridden on and won't be looking at Maxxis for gravel in the future. The rubber is very soft and the sidewalls weak from my very limited experience on them. If you stay on pavement, or hardpack, you may be fine, but I fear any rougher gravel may be too much for these in many cases. Playing with pressure, when at about 35-38psi, these were bouncy and slippery on loose gravel, and when deflated and run at 27-32psi, they are mush, but grip a little better as long as you're riding straight. It's unfortunate as I'm having to replace both tires on a brand new bike that wasn't cheap. I would not suggest these tires at all, but of course, ymmv.

    Reviewed 8/21/2020
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    Great tires!
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    by Anonymous
    Portland, Oregon

    I�ve now ridden these on two different bike packing trips including the Oregon Outback. They were super easy to seat tubeless and were flawless. Highly recommend.

    Reviewed 9/4/2020
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    Great gravel tire
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    by Jeff

    I�ve been running Ramblers for a couple of seasons now. They have proved to be very tough with great traction.

    Seem to role fast on gravel or pavement.

    On my DT Swiss wheels, they are easy to get on/off and easy to seat.

    Reviewed 8/10/2020
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    So far, great tires!
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    by tjbreezer
    New York

    A fair amount of weeping on the sidewalls using Orange Seal but once totally sealed, the tires run very smooth and fast on pavement and dirtgravel. Coming from a 32mm filetread, these in 38 add a lot of comfort. So far only a few hundred miles, been very happy with these tire!

    Reviewed 5/11/2020
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    Nice gravel tire
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    by JonBike
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Eugene, OR

    While I had them, these were a great tire (the bike they were on was stolen so I only had a couple months of riding on them). They are great on gravel and roll really smoothly on pavement for a high volume gravel tire. They're not super light, but light enough for what they are designed for. I never had any punctures and they sealed up nice and reliably tubeless on Stan's rims. I'll get them again once I get my next gravel setup going.

    Reviewed 8/27/2019
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    Go anywhere tire
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    by David
    Katy

    So far these great tires. They are fast on gravel and on any hard surface. Love my tubeless tires.

    Reviewed 4/5/2020
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    Bought for gravel but have been using on pavement - LOVE
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    by Busterbird
    Cycling Enthusiast
    MN

    These were recommended to me by someone I trust, and they have turned out to be great. They are my first tubeless tire, and have performed well. Unfortunately, I have yet to ride them on gravel! I've been using them (38mm) with my 1x cross bike on pavement, and they roll fast and comfortably. Hope to finally get in some gravel next week. Such an improvement over the stock cross tire, and quiet and cushy.

    Reviewed 5/10/2019
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    Rolls smooth on pavement and good on gravel
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    by Larry
    Iowa

    This tire was the easiest of any tubless tire i have tried.rolls great fast also good on iowa gravel. I would definitely recommend these

    Reviewed 9/13/2018
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    Tires are great for gravel road
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    by Anonymous
    3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    Use these tires on my gravel bike and they roll well on hardtop and grip well in dirt

    Reviewed 12/8/2017
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    These are great tires.
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    by Susan
    Cycling Enthusiast
    New Mexico
    0 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

    The tires respond well in sand and gravel.

    Reviewed 5/16/2017
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    Super gravel + mtb tire.
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    by mike
    Cycling Enthusiast
    mid New Mexico

    I've gone through a couple pair of Ramblers in the 40mm size. The first pair I was conservative and used the 60 TPI for the rear and 120 front thinking the tougher tire for the rear. Next set I got 120 TPI front and rear and the 120 TPI held up fine.

    Looking for more volume my next set was the 45 mm size. 120TPI for both. They have been super tires. My normal ride is about 40 mile total. 25 on pavement to and from and 15+ miles mostly intermediate mtb singletrack but there's some extreme rocky difficult stuff too. Around here it's everything from nice packed clay to embedded rock to loose sharp rocks.

    For plain old gravel and forest service roads they're superb.

    They roll great on the road and are great off road. Not a lot of mud here, but are a bit slippery with the occasional rain. But what isn't?

    I ride a Lynskey GR 270 w/ Stan's Grail wheels, 700c. The Maxxis size is true to size on my rims, 45mm mounted and aired, tubeless. Of the two 45mm tires I got, one was 494g the other 504g. That's for the EXO TR tire.

    Reviewed 9/15/2020
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    Fast rolling with grip
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    by Ferris Bueller
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Bend, OR

    I wanted a lightweight gravel tire that was still durable enough and this one fits the bill. I ride my gravel bike like an off-roading Porsche and so far no flats. These are tubeless ready and that's how I have them setup. It definitely rolls fast on both the pavement and dirt. It has just enough grip to hit corners at speed and weave through single track without issues. The tires went on the rim with no issues. I even managed to pump up the tires with a floor pump without an air compressor to seal them in.

    Reviewed 9/15/2020
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    supple ride, a bit fragile
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    by cyclematt
    Competitive Racer
    Portland, OR
    1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I really like these tires off-road. They connect well. I run them tubeless. Unfortunately I have had several flats requiring a boot and tube. I am very disappointed they are not more durable. The seem to puncture easily.

    Reviewed 8/10/2020
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    Great tires for EVERY thing
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    by mike
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Central New Mexico, USA
    14 of 14 customers found this review helpful.

    I got these tires to replace stock Kenda Happy Medium. I planned on racing and wanted a lighter tire. Read lots of reviews of gravel racing tires and for my purposes the Rambler is meeting and exceeding my expectations. I have ridden (I keep track of all my rides) 515 miles so far on these tires. Road, rotten granite, super rocky climbs and descents, loamy forest trails, full on mtb trails, gravel roads, snowymuddy conditions, sand, and some roots have been the surfaces.

    The stick well in all conditions and are predictable on all reasonable surfaces.

    I'm using 40mm tires, tubeless, on a Lynskey GR270 with Stans Grail rims. Loaded weight of me and bike is just under 200 lbs.

    I'm using the 120TPI front and 60 TPI rear.

    The tires are wearing great. No cuts or holes.

    Price was reasonable and I have no complaints.

    YMMV.

    Reviewed 4/28/2019
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    If you love gravel grinding this is your tire!
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    by Kathy B
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Woodstock, Ny

    Love these tires, I ride very hard and fast, these tires take whatever I throw at them!!

    Reviewed 9/7/2020
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    Great Tire for Gravelling, not for deep sand!
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    by TCBikerDude
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Norhtern Michigan

    Great compromise tire for hard pack, gravel, pavement, single track. Experimented with tire by replacing my 29 x 2.25" with these (about 1.8"). Obviously they're lacking in deep sand. Good tires!

    Reviewed 8/14/2020
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    smooth and confidence building
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Little Rock, Arkansas
    0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

    Gravel in Ouachita Natl Forrest

    Reviewed 5/9/2020
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    This tire works great on my Hybrid
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    by Anonymous
    Cycling Enthusiast
    Tucson, AZ

    This is a great tire for the cost...

    Reviewed 8/25/2020
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    Great tire for mixed terrain
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    by Ihoogendam
    Minneapolis, Mn
    7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

    These are a great tire for gravel and trails. Road these at the Heck of The North, which is a gravel race in Two Harbors, Mn. They were perfect. Supple, lightweight, decent rolling resistance, and most importantly, good traction in the mud.

    Reviewed 8/27/2018
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    Ride great but still fit and durability issues
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    by Moby
    Competitive Racer
    2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

    I had an original set of Ramblers and found them the worst tires I had ever tried to mount tubeless. For reference between switching tires across three race wheel sets and three training wheels, in both cases for gravel and ultra mtb racing, I probably mount 15 tiresyear. I have a shop air compressor and prestaflator to make quick work of it.

    After reading the reviews about the improved design I thought I'd try these again. Now, to be fair I have only tried to mount Ramblers on one wheel - Hed Belgium Plus. Mounting was easier, but not anywhere near as good as Schwalbe G One all around or speed, Kenda Flintridge, Panaracer Gravelking SK, or Compass Barlow Pass.

    After mounting I always fully deflate to ensure the bead is set. Immediately these popped off. Back and forth until I finally got them to stay seated without air. Some are OK with a tire unseating like this but I'm not.

    After that they held air. First ride reminded me how nice these are. Second ride epic flat on a course I ride every weekend and haven't flatted on in over 4 years. Just my time? And of course the bead popped off just to add to the fun. I think the Gravelkings will go back on. They don't ride near as nice but I haven't ever flatted on those or the Flintridges, riding in all conditions including lots of puncture inducing PNW rain.

    Reviewed 3/8/2020
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