Bridge the gap.
From weeklong trips into the great outdoors to quick-and-dirty weekend camping, some trails are best experienced over the course of a couple of days. The Teravail Cumberland MTB tire is designed for dedicated mountain shredding over unpredictable terrain. From multi-day outback trips exploring the unreachable, to rolling down rugged logging roads fully loaded up, the Cumberland offers outstanding traction and confidence inspiring performance. Available either as a 29" or 650b, the Cumberland is extra-wide for added grip, protection, and comfort.
Featuring a blocky, versatile tread, the center patch features alternating lugs that dig into hardpack, loose dirt, or mud all the same. While the aggressive shoulder knobs make sure that no matter how sharp the turn, the Cumberland will keep the bike rubber-side down.
Available in two casing options: Durable, and Light & Supple. Choose Durable for added puncture and slashing protection without compromising ride quality. Or, if you don't need the extra puncture protection, shed the weight and get an even plusher ride with the Light & Supple version.
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Great overall tire for 29er touring
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Tough, tubeless just in case, and great overall traction. Noisier than low tread tires when on road but those tires can't hold up off road. Heavier than expected as well. If you want to tour off road 75% of the time, this is a great tire. If road touring, go with a lighter low tread tire.
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