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Rampage 29 Inch MTB Tire

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The Rampage features an aggressive tread that hooks up and disperses debris in the roughest terrain yet remains open enough for effective mud shedding. The ZSG Natural compound furthers traction and offers outstanding wear resistance.

This version of the Rampage is available in 29 x 2.35 Inch (60-622 ISO). 35-55 recommended PSI. Folding bead. Black. 784g.


Weight: 784 grams


Application: Cross Country MTB 


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 60-622 mm


Max Pressure: 55 PSI


Made in: Japan 

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by SSSteve
Oceanside CA.

Front tire on full rigid Niner SS I run this tire tubeless using orange sealant 19-20 psi. I have also used it on the rear as well it grips well in corners out of saddle climbing. Bought this on sale good price.

Reviewed 6/19/2017
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Nice grip and width for my rigid 29er
by MSL

Mounted easily and ride relatively smoothly over rough trails wo any suspension. Not a light speedy tire on pavement, if that is what youre looking for look elsewhere. Plenty of grip on rocky trail, and sloppy snow melt trail. Deep mud is yet to be explored.

Reviewed 11/29/2018
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Great Tire
by SSSteve
Cycling Enthusiast
San Diego

I ride a full rigid SS so I like a bigger knobby for more traction I run these tubeless with orange sealant at about 20 PSI. they work well for me and the price is right. I have tried other tires but always come back to these.

Reviewed 4/2/2018
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