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Resolute TCS 700c Gravel Tire

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Unwavering performance.

The WTB Resolute TCS Gravel Tire is purpose-built to be an all-weather gravel grinding tire for those who choose the freedom that is provided when the asphalt ends. The Resolute provides a versatile tread pattern that delivers consistent traction with ample small, square knobs. Plenty of space between the knobs allows for mud, debris, rocks, and moisture to be discharged rather than get locked in the tread.

Designed to go beyond the ends of the road, the Resolute TCS provides consistent, reliable performance that allows you to blaze your own trails. With the TCS Light Casing, WTB's lightweight and supple tubeless-compatible carcass keeps the tire flexible enough to conform to trail furniture, yet durable enough to not tear.


Features:

  • Tubeless-ready gravel tire.
  • 700x42mm, also available for 650B wheels.
  • All-around tread profile packs in small squared knobs for optimal traction.
  • Claimed weight: 460g.
 

Tire Type: Tubeless Ready 

 

Application: Gravel 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 42-622 

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A high-quality tire with good grip & fair speed
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by Rico
Cycling Enthusiast
Western Oregon
2 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

After reading several glowing reports of this tire, I bought a pair for use on an upcoming 120 mile gravel event, which includes rocky, challenging, terrain. Initial setup went OK, except the casing is porous, and sealing with Stan's liquid was not great, even with vigorous shaking and extended time left on their sides atop a bucket. Next time, I'll use Orange Seal.

The casing is supple, and after some pressure experimentation, I found the ride comfort to be quite fine. Climbing and cornering grip is good, though not much better than some other 40c tires I've used.

Rolling resistance seems higher than 40c Nanoraptors, regardless of the psi used. Other reviews have said these tires roll well. Wish I could agree, but that wasn't my experience. I will try them again to confirm, but initially, I'd say the Nanoraptor is faster rolling with comparable grip.

Reviewed 5/7/2018
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Great traction
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by Shawn
Cycling Enthusiast
Cotati, Ca

Great traction. Looks nice too!

Reviewed 11/9/2018
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Great Gravel Tire
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by oldskool47
Cycling Enthusiast
Amarillo,Texas

I use these on my Civilian gavel bike and I really do like them. Lots of grip and traction even in loose sand and gravel, great looks with the brown sidewalls too. Very easy to mount tubless!

Reviewed 3/1/2018
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