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Ravager 700c Tire

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Don't just blaze new trails, ravage them.

While most gravel tires are designed to take you beyond where the road ends, the Maxxis Ravager 700c gravel tire was designed to take you where no roads ever existed. With an aggressive tread that's capable of finding grip on wild, untamed landscapes, the Ravager's blend of raised square-edged knobs with deep, angular shoulder knobs for the optimal blend of grip and speed.

The Ravager is available in two different versions. The standard version features a lightweight 120 TPI casing featuring EXO Protection and Tubeless Ready technologies, delivering a supple, responsive, durable tire. For serious off-road adventuring or multi-day touring, consider the 60 TPI, more durable version that includes both EXO Protection and Tubeless Ready technology, as well as adding in the Silk Shield bead-to-bead protection layer, making these tires nearly bomb-proof.


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 


Max Pressure: 75 psi

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Great for gravel trails.
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Although a lot faster on the trail and in the turns, there is a little loss of speed on pavement. Overall, great tires.

Reviewed 2/11/2019
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Perfect combination of traction and roll
by nicksmish
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have the Ravenger up front and a Rambler in the rear of my gravel bike. The Ravenger has great traction in corners on dirt and heavy gravel roads, but still rolls nicely on hard pack and asphalt surfaces. Highly recommended if youre spending a lot of time on rough or soft roads.

Reviewed 11/1/2018
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Great tire for loose conditions
by Bnystrom
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10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

A 'cross bike I recently purchased came with the 120TPI version of the Ravagers and they're perfect for the conditions I typically ride it, a mix of hardpack and loose sandgravelleavespine needles over hardpack. The 40mm size helps prevent bottom outs on the bonier roads and trails. They definitely feel soft and somewhat slow on pavement (I run them at 28/30 front rear for dirt/gravel/trails). If I was riding strictly hardpack and pavement, I'd probably switch to the Ramblers, but I'm very happy with the way these perform, as they provide a lot of grip and confidence in corners and the loose stuff. I'd rate them on par with or superior to the Conti CycloX King 42s in the loose stuff, with the Conti's being betterfaster on harder surfaces.

Reviewed 11/9/2017
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