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Country Grip'r 29 Inch Tire

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Balanced mixed conditions with a balanced bank account.

The Michelin Country Grip'r 29 Inch Tire is a do-it-all option at an affordable price point. Its tread is inspired by Michelin's top-tier Wild MTB range with a shallower center tread for quick-rolling and more aggressive shoulder knobs for excellent corner grip. The durable rubber compound balances efficiency, longevity, and traction, and its directional design means it can be used on either front or rear wheels at maximum effectiveness.

Wire bead. 30 tpi casing. Recommended pressure from 29 psi to 58 psi. 29" x 2.1". Claimed weight of 740 g.


Weight: 740 grams


Weight: 740 grams


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 52-622 


Threads Per Inch: 30 TPI


Min Pressure: 29 PSI


Max Pressure: 58 PSI

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A winter tire for my 29 inch Trek
by Dave in Eagle
Cycling Enthusiast
Eagle, WI
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I bought a 29 Trek Marlin this summer and outfitted it with road tires, most of my riding is on rail-to-trail type of trails and county roads. For winter riding I wanted a more aggressive tread and ride mostly on snowmobile trails and snowice covered back roads. So far I am very satisfied with the traction and edge grip of these tires on hardpack and soft snow however they still require caution on glare ice surfaces

Reviewed 1/6/2017
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Good tire for price
by Southoflongbridge
Cycling Enthusiast
North Idaho

Single track MTB trails

Reviewed 10/30/2017
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