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Terrene Elwood Tough 650b Tubeless Ready Gravel Tire
Terrene Elwood Tough 650b Tubeless Ready Gravel Tire
Terrene Elwood Tough 650b Tubeless Ready Gravel Tire

Elwood 650b Gravel Tire

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Terrene's Elwood 650b Gravel Tire is a dirt road tire designed with a fast rolling tread and aggressive side knobs so that you can confidently take any fork in the road and maintain control when the terrain gets challenging.

Features & Specs:

  • Compound: 60a.
  • Casing: TekShield (tough) / Ultralight (light).
  • TPI: 60 / 120.
  • Tubless ready.
  • Aramid bead.
  • Weight: ~430g / ~525g.

Width: 47 mm


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-584 


Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 


Tire Type: Clincher-Folding 

650b x 47mm - Tough

Weight: 525 grams

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One of the Best Gravel Tires
by Marcee
Fullerton, CA
3 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

For riding gravel when the course is more challenging than a flat road, when you want to go where MtnBikes go, this is an excellent choice. In fact, it's an excellent choice for any gravel ride. Fast, comfortable, not prone to flats, and a joy to ride. I have tried a lot of tires for gravel.

Reviewed 1/18/2018
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Great all-around gravel, sand, dirt, pavement tire!
by FlashBazbo
Cycling Enthusiast
Middle Tennessee

I put a set of these on my bike for the recent Open Range 200k Gravel Race. The race included a huge variety of soil types - this year including more deep, sugary sand than anyone would have liked. The Elwood (Tough) rolled fast on pavement and fast sections, remained stable in the rough, craggy, eroded sections, and handled deep sand as well as anything short of a fatbike tire. On the short, steep climbs, the tire provided excellent grip. (The bike was carrying just over 180 pounds and I inflated the tires to 3540. I probably could have gone down a couple more pounds.) The tires performed and were completely trouble-free.

Reviewed 5/8/2019
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One of the Best Gravel Tires
by Anonymous
Fullerton, CA
4 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

This is the best gravel tire for grinder rides with some difficulty. Gravel ride course ratings (If you heard about that) for level 3 and 4 courses. However, it does well anytime, anywhere even the road as it rolls pretty fast. When I want to not worry about a grinder event, this is the tire. In fact, it is the best! Holds air very well, no flats, comfortable and fast.

Reviewed 2/17/2018
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