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Re-Fuse 700c MaxShield Gravel Tire

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This tire rocks.

If you have the room, some high volume Maxxis Re-Fuse Gravel tires will make your next off-pavement adventure the best yet. The file-tread design gives traction in loose conditions while maintaining all-out speed on the hardpack, and a dual-rubber compound increases durability, rolling efficiency, and cornering grip. The MaxxShield protection layer running bead-to-bead underneath keeps you safe from whatever nasties you encounter on unmaintained roads, and the 60 TPI casing is tubeless-ready so you don't ever need to worry about popping a tube way out in the sticks.

700c diameter. Folding bead. Available in multiple widths. Claimed weights are 390 g (32 mm) and 520 g (40 mm).


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

700 x 32mm - Black

Mfg PartNum: TB88896000 

700 x 32mm - TanWall

Mfg PartNum: TB00033900 

700 x 40mm - Black

Mfg PartNum: TB00200900 

700 x 40mm - TanWall

Mfg PartNum: TB00201000  

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Great mixed surface and touring tubeless tire
by Utah gravel rider
Competitive Racer
Salt LakeOrem, Utah
11 of 11 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these to mount on my other Wheelset. ( On my first Wheelset I ride WTB Nanos on off road gravel adventures.) I ride these Re-fuse 32c on good pavement, rough paved roads, gravel, hard pack, and a variety of surfaces. I've taken them on two 300 plus mile loaded bike packing trips. They have been great. Several thousand miles-not much sign of wear. I've NEVER had a flat tire-Not once in over 18 months of riding. They seem to be pretty comfy on pavement at 45 to 55 psi (I'm 6 foot and 170-175). On training rides I run these tires at 55-60 psi. Off road, on 2-3 hour gravel rides I run them at close to 40 psi and find them pretty comfy.

(My poor road bike misses me-I'm always out on a mixed surface adventure.)

I'm happy with this purchase and I will buy them again.

Reviewed 11/3/2018
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Durable and plush tubeless setup.
by LFPPat
Daily Commuter
Lake Forest Park, WA
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased a pair of 32c Maxxis Refuse tires that I run on 700c rims. Setup is tubeless, using Orange Seal tubeless sealant. The ride is plush, and no flats in the first 400 miles or so of commuting in Seattle. Max pressure is listed as 75psi, and I typically pump them to about 65psi. One thing I have noticed about tubeless is that they do lose pressure over time, so it's a good idea to check them daily if you are picky. This is my 3rd set of Maxxis. I previously had 28c on this same bike, but ran them with tubes, and the ride was nowhere near as plush. I have 40c version on my 29er that is set up as a winter commuter. Had no flats last winter on that setup, and will see how long they last this winter. Overall, these tires are fantastic when setup as tubeless.

Reviewed 10/18/2018
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Fantastic for hard pack
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I decided to go with these tires on my CX bike for an upcoming event - the Grapes of Wrath ride, which is multi-surface. Lot's of tarmac, dirt farm roads and a 30 mile dirt climb. Last weekend I tested them out on some rough roads around San Luis Obispo, including some steep loose rocky terrain. The tires were utterly fantastic, smooth and comfy on the road and they handled almost all of the dirt except for some very rocky sections. No punctures or pinch flats!

Reviewed 10/22/2018
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Great tire....sizing seems off
by KHill
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I was looking for a tire that I could use in the winter and for a few rides that have some sections of gravel. After reading the reviews, I bought a set in 25mm. Overall, excellent tires. Zero issues in 500 miles of abuse in cruddy conditions. My only issue was the size...I bought 25C and on Dura Ace 9000 rims, they measure at 23.5mm....Bummed, as I was hoping they would be at least 25. I'll get another set, but in 28 next time.

Reviewed 1/12/2019
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Absolute favorite tires to date!
by Manthe
Cycling Enthusiast
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I have roughly 400-500 miles on these tires now and I just could not be more pleased with them! I've also put them on my wife's bike and she feels the same. They are fast rolling and fast launching, yet very comfortable and stable. They provide outstanding traction on roads, paved trails, tight and loose gravel, hard-pack and grass. They are even adequate on wet surfaces. I feel confident on tight turns and have never had a slip or stutter. I've also received more compliments and inquiries about these tires than any others I've ever had. I'll definitely be using this model for a long time!

Reviewed 8/15/2016
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Great do anything tire!
by Dennis S.
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have a few hundred miles on these( 700x40's) now and they have been holding up great. They mounted tubeless with no issues and run them at 40psi (I weigh 180). I have them on my 'do anything bike, they are nice and fast on the road and have the volume for gravel, dirt, and rough roads. The traction in the dry is fantastic! My teammate even made a comment about how much traction I have after he saw me rail a downhill turn. Traction in the rain is adequate, but not the tire's strong point. On hard packed gravel they are good, loose gravel is also not a strength of this tire but they will do the job.

Overall I love them and would recommend for a very versatile tire, for long road rides or mixed terrain rides these will do a great job, I also really like how smooth the ride is with 40mm width and the ability to drop the pressure low.

Finally, on top of the performance, they simply look rad!

Reviewed 4/12/2016
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Smooth ride
by Paltomjr
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I installed these on my Trek Crossrip that I use for gravel grinding and the occasional rail trail. Tubeless on the gravel the rolling resistance is low and the ride smooth. These went on the rims much easier than other tubeless ties Ive used and the beads seated perfectly. Not tires at an acceptable price.

Reviewed 8/13/2018
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Good on gravel and pavement
by Overlander
Cycling Enthusiast
Boulder, CO
8 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

Got these tires in 32 mm width and mounted them tubeless on a pair of Stan's wheels on a Kona Jake cross bike. Mounted easier than I had been conditioned to expect for tubeless, and pretty easy to get off, too. Mounted relatively straight with a floor pump and some soap.

So far, just rode them on a century ride that was half-pavement, about half-gravel roads, and about two miles of sand (thought I was riding to the beach!). Max inflation is 75 psi, rode them at about 60-65 psi (my weight is 190 lb). Smoothness was good on pavement, did not feel slowed down. Traction and turning was good on gravel. Would have liked to go to lower pressure but did not want to slow down on the pavement. At 32 mm width, did not go well on the sand (no surprise...), had to walk parts of it. Would buy these again.

Reviewed 6/21/2018
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