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WTB Raddler TCS 700c Gravel Tire Tan Wall
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Raddler TCS 700c Gravel Tire

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Take the inside line with the WTB Raddler 40.

The all-new Raddler 40 cyclocross and gravel tire from WTB, speaks for itself and is the amped-up, radder version of the famed Riddler tread pattern. A short-knob centerline with chunky outer knobs increases speed and confidence when barreling down gravel roads.

Loose terrain? No problem -- this is where the Raddler's traction capabilities shine with efficiency. Whether the conditions are wet, dry, compact dirt or loose gravel -- the WTB Raddler 40 will allow you to take the inside line and even brake late without losing it all.

Features:

    Fast Rolling Center

  • The tightly spaced and consistent central tread pattern reduces the rolling resistance while still being able to dig into any terrain. Improving your traction out of the saddle has never been easier.
  • Center and intermediate knows are slightly taller than those on the Riddler, increasing the tire's lifespan without affecting rolling resistance.
  • Toothy Side Knobs

  • Only brake when you have to. The side knobs allow you to keep speed in the corners, fully committed to the lean. The long, toothy side knobs are consistently digging for action, ensuring you have ultimate control through all corners of your favorite gravel descent.
  • TCS Tubeless. Black or Tan Sidewals

  • Choose the style you want with the most reliable tubeless system available.

    B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

    The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.

 

Threads Per Inch: 60 

 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

700 x 40mm - Black

Weight: 512 grams

Tire Width: 40mm (1.6in) 

Mfg PartNum: W010-0829 

700 x 40mm - Tan Wall

Weight: 512 grams

Tire Width: 40mm (1.6in) 

Mfg PartNum: W010-0830 

700 x 44mm - Black

Weight: 546 grams

Tire Width: 44mm (1.7in) 

Mfg PartNum: W010-0827 

700 x 44mm - Tan Wall

Weight: 546 grams

Tire Width: 44mm (1.7in) 

Mfg PartNum: W010-0828 

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So far so good
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by PDX rider
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, Or

Replaced my WTB Nano with the Raddler and I like them. The less aggressive tread pattern suits my rides which are a mixture of paved and hard pack gravel roads.

Reviewed 6/12/2021
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sidewall tear to bead after 2 months
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by rowtoo
Cycling Enthusiast
Oregon

While the grip of trails and rolling resistance on pavement was what I wanted, the longevity was not there for this tire. The sidewall tore riding a reasonable mountain bike trail within a couple months of putting it on. Could patch it to get home, but the dynopatch and the sealant were not enough, the tire couldn't be saved. Feels like a waste.

Reviewed 11/9/2020
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Exceeded my expectations
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by Oneleggedpedal
Cycling Enthusiast
Redlands, CA

For the past 2 years I have been using the wTB resolute 700x42 tires on my gravel bike and they have been great. I wanted to switch it up a little bit and try something different to give me a little bit more help on some tighter turns maintaining a bit more speed. So I decided to give the Raddler tires a shot. I will say, after reading some f the reviews I was not sure if I should still order them, but some of the reviews were so ridiculous: "Tire too loud on the road", and "Tired to think, got sidewall slashed after only one ride". Either way, I still ordered them. I have ridden around 500 miles on them now and I am pretty impressed with them. Since the ones I got are the 40mm they are a little bit skinnier than my old resolute, but I can appreciate how grippy it is. And to be honest, I can't notice a difference riding these on the road either. Overall, a good tire in my opinion.

Reviewed 3/8/2021
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Go to Gravel Tire
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by Chris
Cycling Enthusiast
Santa Cruz Ca

I use the 44 on my gravel bike, Trek Checkpoint SL6, and love it. The traction and wear are very good, and it rolls smoothly. I've felt comfortable in soft and hard trail conditions. Two of my biking buddies have now added them to their gravel bikes. I'm about to install a new one on the rear.

Reviewed 5/3/2021
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Not as durable as hoped for
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by bradci
Cycling Enthusiast
Seattle
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased a pair of Raddlers to replace a set of WTB Nanos, which I liked except for road noise and a "drag" feel on asphalt. The raddlers were quieter, but had the disconcerting feel of rollover onto the outer knobs on descents... not like the nanos at all!

So after struggling to get the raddlers to seat as tubeless, and then two big rides with flats on rocky sections with the raddlers that would not seal , I am switching back to the Nanos which have proved to be more durable for me.

Reviewed 10/5/2020
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Favorite 700c for moderate to light technical terrain
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by Dekay
Cycling Enthusiast
Bay Area
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

For steeper, looser granular terrain (loose on hard as well), this is my go to. Doesn't slip easily on steep climbs, side knobs hold well on fast turns. For its width and tread pattern, it rides fairly well on pavement, but not as well as a narrower, slicker gravel tire. I ride mostly in hilly dirt that varies from hard pack to loose and rocky, hitting some double digit grades on most rides, up to 25%.

WTB tires generally are hard to seat, and I did need my Joe blow booster pump to seat it. Tight, but I was able to mount without tire levers. Seems to run a little narrower than specified. Only 42-43mm wide on 23mm internal rims at 30psi.

Reviewed 9/2/2020
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Easy tubeless mounting with great gravel traction
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by SF Biker
Cycling Enthusiast
SF, California

I purchase these when I bought a new gravel wheelset from Hunt. I had seen several videos on how difficult it was to mount tubeless tires and this was going to be my first time so I was shocked and surprised how easy it was. They seated easily with a floor pump and I have been very happy with their performance on singletrack and gravel as well as tarmac. Well worth the money in my mind and it's nice to have the peace of mind knowing it's a tubeless tire when I'm rolling on rough terrain.

Reviewed 8/21/2020
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Raddlers Rock
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by M. Moser
Cycling Enthusiast
Columbia, PA

I use these tires on both asphalt and gravel. Gravel will range to packed gravel to stone roads. They have preformed well and roll well. They were a little difficult to get on the rims. They sealed on the first try and hold air well. Time will tell as to how they hold up.

Reviewed 6/16/2020
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Amazing tires
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by Brain
Michigan
0 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Love these things. They roll pretty nice on the pavement but give enough to climb a slippery clay hill on the trail. Put about 400 miles on them and so far so good!

Reviewed 5/11/2020
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Great Tire
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by msstatevet
Cycling Enthusiast
Mississippi

I purchased the 700x40 tires and love them, especially this time of year when we get more rain and the gravel can be a little soft. I run the tires tubeless, and these are the best tires I have ever had for maintaining air pressure.

Reviewed 12/21/2020
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Best all-around gravel tire
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by cycle4jesus
Competitive Racer
Clarksville, TN

Like the smooth-ish center section, like the side knobs, like the width, like the looks.

Was running Resolutes, wanted something with more cornering capability.

Run these at 22psi rear, 20 psi front. I'm around 150 lb.

Had some pinhole leaks before adding sealant, no trouble since.

Reviewed 11/23/2020
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great traction. Lots of leaks
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by dougadesign
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, Oregon United States

Love how these tires keep traction on most gravel rides. Unfortunately I have had many small pictures the first 4 gravel rides, and one that needed a plug where the small rock entered the tire. I don't have a lot of confidence that they will get me through a long remote ride without issues.

Reviewed 11/13/2020
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So far, so good
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by rotating mass
Competitive Racer
Far NorCal

I've put about 300 miles on the Raddlers so far, and they seem to be wearing well. Running tubeless, of course, and so far no leaks. They set up easily on my Rolf Wheels with assistance from Bontrager Flash Charger floor pump. The tread on the Raddlers is a little beefier than the Riddlers (which I have previously used), and so they do better on those single track forays or looser gravel sections.

Reviewed 9/7/2020
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WTB Raddler verses the RIddler
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by tryg
Cycling Enthusiast
seattle
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

So the Raddler is a bit more aggressive than the Riddler(WTB) it appers to wear better as well.

Its performance is better on gravel and wet for grip than the riddler.

I have a preference for the Schwalbe G-One Allround but that has its issues as well!

Reviewed 8/29/2020
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Terrible tires. Not a true roll. Tires are out of round.
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by D.S.
Casual Cyclist
1 of 8 customers found this review helpful.

Poor quality tire. If you want a bumpy ride purchase these tires.

Reviewed 6/4/2020
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corner control
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by Robert

I used this on the front and a trail Boss on the back and I had way more traction through the turns than my previous tire. I had way more confidence to go through a turn with more speed .

Reviewed 10/22/2020
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