Need for speed.
Whether you're a 'cross racing speed demon, or you've foregone the world of busy roads and angry drivers in search of speed on gravel, the Ritchey Speedmax Tubeless-Ready Gravel Tire is ready to serve. Designed to deliver remarkable ride quality with less rolling resistance, this tire excels in all conditions thanks to its diamond pattern with low-profile shoulder knobs that dig into gravel and roll over the asphalt.
The Ritchey Speedmax Tubeless-Ready Grave tire is available in one size: 700c x 40mm.
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Grippy and fast, but don't let them fool you into thinking you are on a mountain bike.
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Tires performed well for the Grinduro race, though I pushed them past the limit on the single track section. The grip when climbing in dry, loose conditions is definitely better than the Schwable G-1, not quite a smooth-rolling as the G-1, but seem fast enough on the road. Set up tubeless fairly easily on WTB KOM rims. Not cheap but quality feels good.
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