Continental's Olympic II is the world's most formidable racing tire. It is the absolute top-of-the-line tubular for all track disciplines, permitting inflation pressures of up to 220 psi. This tire has also been optimized for exceptionally low rolling resistance and minimum weight. Plus, Continental's Black Chili rubber compound provides a fantastic grip on both wood and cement tracks and outstanding durability. The Olympic is your new secret weapon!
$195.00 - $250.00
Riding your fatbike on ice just got even better with the redesigned Dillinger tread pattern and tubeless compatibility. 240 carefully positioned studs allow you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control, while taller side lugs bring improved cornering in snowy conditions. Dillinger’s center tread is tightly spaced for speed when you need it so you can power up an icy climb and rip down the other side as the studs claw into the slick surface.
When you're looking for a great set of tubulars for your race rig, Continental has you covered with their hand made in Germany Attack and Force Comps. The Attack is designed for use as a front tire with a supply 3-ply, 110 thread-per-inch casing for sweet compliance to smooth every ride. And, the Force is designed as a rear tire with a stiffer 3-ply 180 thread-per-inch casing for excellent power transmission to the ground. Both tires also boast Conti's Black Chili rubber compound for excellent cornering and durability, their Vectran Breaker puncture protection and also their trick TirePositioningSystem (TPS) to maximize aerodynamics and all-around performance.
Challenge's Pista Seta Extra Tubular is THE tire if you're in the velodrome. Whether the surface is wood or concrete, this unmatched tire holds the sprinter's line like nothing else. The hand-made silk casing features more than 1,000 threads-per-inch, the tread is fast-rolling and grippy in the corners, and the tube is latex. It all makes a stellar track tire that's race-day light, super supple for a sweet ride, and ready to carry you to victory after victory.
Challenge's Grifo 33 Seta Extra Tubular boasts a tread that excels in snow, mud, grass and firm dirt. It's also built on their light and supple 260tpi hand-made silk casing for an awesome ride quality. Plus, there's an anti-puncture strip under the tread and polyester in the sidewalls for extra durability. You also get a latex tube. Latex tubes are lighter, thinner and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats, too.
$173.06 - $181.00
Schwalbe's Ice Spiker Evolution Line tire is the "turbo" of studded tires. It sports 361 spikes that bite firmly into icy roads. The tungsten carbide core of each spike is clad in weight-saving aluminum. The Ice Spiker keeps things agile and sporty while weighing in at 695 grams. Note: In order to ensure that spikes are permanently fixed, tires should be run in for about 25 miles (40km) on asphalt, while avoiding any fast acceleration or heavy braking.
The ‘turbo’ of spike tires. With 361 spikes it bites firmly into icy roads. The tungsten carbide core of each spike is clad in weight-saving aluminum. The scales stop at 695 g, yet the tire remains agile and sporty. - LiteSkin: The lightest option. LiteSkin MTB tires forego SnakeSkin, but still have high pressure resistant tire beads. If you don't mind the extra effort, these tires can also be converted to Tubeless by using a liquid sealant. - Winter compound - Folding bead
Take one of the fastest tires out there, dial it in for all-out speed events, and you have Vittoria’s Corsa Speed G+. Profiled to take advantage of wider modern rims, it reduces wind drag while remaining fast-rolling. Rolling resistance is dropped even further by Vittoria’s G+ graphene rubber compound, a groundbreaking technological advance that creates a tire with ultra low rolling resistance on straightaways and tenacious traction under braking, acceleration, and cornering, giving you the best of both worlds in a single race-ready tubular. When speed is all that matters, Corsa Speed is the only tire that matters.
The ‘turbo’ of spike tires. With 361 spikes it bites firmly into icy roads. The tungsten carbide core of each spike is clad in weight-saving aluminum. The scales stop at 695 g, yet the tire remains agile and sporty. - LiteSkin: The lightest option. LiteSkin MTB tires forego SnakeSkin, but still have high pressure resistant tire beads. If you don't mind the extra effort, these tires can also be converted to Tubeless by using a liquid sealant. - Special Winter compound - Folding Bead
$138.21 - $170.00
Schwalbe's Jumbo Jim knows that bigger is better. This is especially true if you want to ride in deep snow or loose sand. In these conditions, only large volume combined with extremely low air pressure can help. Schwalbe‘s Jumbo Jim is an extremely light-bike Fat Tire. In the usual Fat-Bike 4-inch width, it weighs less than 1000 grams. And for those particularly tricky trails, it is available in extra-0wide 4.80 inches.
Surly's Bud Tire is front-specific and a massive 4.8-inches wide, giving you incredible traction and control. Put it on a 100mm-wide rim and let its aggressive tread carry you over snow and mud. A Kevlar bead and supple sidewalls help keep the weight down and provide a smooth ride.
Surly's Lou Tire is rear-specific and a massive 4.8-inches wide, giving you incredible traction and control. Put it on a 100mm-wide rim and let its aggressive tread carry you over snow and mud. A Kevlar bead and supple sidewalls help keep the weight down and provide a smooth ride.
At a mere 1375g, the Dillinger virtually launches you over the steepest and snowiest climbs. When you need to roll fast, tightly spaced center treads do not let Dillinger’s unparalleled traction get in the way.
Let Dunderbeist loose on your local groomed single track and feel the aggressive tread claw through the snow with unrivaled propulsion and braking traction. Its 4.6-inch footprint provides enhanced flotation and is compatible with a wide range of frames. Dual compound rubber rolls fast and keeps you in control while shredding the berms. Point uphill and feel the Dunderbeist dig in as you attack climbs covered in loose, unconsolidated snow. Pair Dunderbeist with its sibling front tire, Flowbeist, for the ultimate combination of traction and control.
Flowbeist was made to attack groomed single track with confidence. Designed for optimal use as a front tire, its wide 4.6-inch footprint floats well, rolls fast and is compatible with a wide range of frames and forks. Digging into berms brings the Flowbeist alive as its tall side lugs with softer compound rubber claw the snow. Hit the brakes on tight twisty single track and the aggressive tread design digs in to keep you and your bike in control. Pair Flowbeist with its sibling rear tire, Dunderbeist (sold separately), for the ultimate combination of traction and control.
- LAS is the airport code for Las Vegas, Nevada, where a fast semi-slick tire is best suited for dry conditions and grass like that found on the Cross Vegas course - Tubular version features a durable rubber coating to prevent deterioration from water, mud, and dirt - Fast-rolling file tread gets progressively taller and coarser as it approaches the PDX-inspired shoulder knobs - Weight: 378 grams
- PDX is the airport code for Portland, Oregon, where frequent rain means muddy Cross courses - Tubular version features a durable rubber coating to prevent deterioration from water, mud, and dirt - Aggressive, wide-spaced knobs for mud clearing, aligned center knobs roll fast on hard pack and pavement, softer side knobs offer superior cornering - Weight: 378 grams
Challenge's MTB One 650B Tubular is an amazing XC tire. It rolls fast and corners great, and is nice and light for effortless speed and super handling. But most of all, you'll love the awesome ride quality of this trick tubular. It boasts Challenge's supple 300tpi hand-made SuperPoly casing, with an anti-puncture strip under the grippy tread and polyester in the sidewalls for flat protection and excellent durability. Plus, it has a latex tube, which is thinner, lighter and more supple than ordinary butyl tubes, which adds even more pedaling ease, comfort and reduces your rolling resistance even more and also helps fight flats.
- MXP is the airport code for Milan, Italy, a World Cup venue that calls for an all-conditions tire that excels in loose dirt, sand, moderate mud, hard pack, snow, grass, and pavement - Tubular version features a durable rubber coating to prevent deterioration from water, mud, and dirt - Based on the classic Grifo, with updated central chevrons to allow the tread to flex, and more aggressive side knobs - Weight: 366 grams
Real racers always want to improve by getting better and faster. The result? Schwalbe radically revised the Racing Ralph for the second time—with PaceStar Compound and a completely modified profile to increase control and take this tire to the next level.
$157.50 $191.00 18% Savings
- Studded tire for added traction when conditions get icy - Weight optimized 120tpi casing, Silica rubber, max tire pressure 20psi - Tubeless ready bead/casing
45NRTH's Nicotine is the first high performance mountain bike tire offering concave studs (sold separately). The high volume 2.35-inch casing profile adds float on packed snow while also adding a flatter contact patch for incredible traction and stability. The tread design of the Nicotine uses siping and open space between lugs to grip and shed snow. Add up to 222 lightweight studs with a concave carbide tip and aluminum base to provide extra assurance when the surface turns icy.
$119.00 - $154.00
The fat bike tire. Extremely light. The large volume can be ridden with extremely low air pressure. Ideal on deep soil, rough and very loose terrain. - SnakeSkin option: The monofile SnakeSkin fabric on the side wall makes the tubeless conversion for the MTB extremely easy and safe. It also provides the best cut protection on the side wall. - LiteSkin option: The lightest option. LiteSkin MTB tires forego SnakeSkin, but still have high pressure resistant tire beads. If you don't mind the extra effort, these tires can also be converted to Tubeless by using a liquid sealant. - Addix Speedgrip: The universal compound. It definitely has the widest range of use. Perfect for XC, AM and Trail: for the majority of EVO tires there’s a version with ADDIX Speedgrip! It replaces the previous PaceStar compound where a significant, though not the only difference, during extensive use is more mileage and a longer life. - Folding Bead
Your search for an internediate, all-conditions 'cross tire is over! Challenge's Chicane can tackle it all, whether the course is dry and fast, or thick with mud. The grippy side knobs ensure you stay upright in every technical turn, and the center file tread rolls fast and smooth. It's built on Challenge's light and supple 320tpi hand-made SuperPoly casing with polyester-reinforced sidewalls, and there's an anti-puncture strip under the tread. The integrated latex tubes are lighter, thinner, and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats.
Continental's Grand Prix 4000 S Tubular is destined for greatness. The seamless casing makes it easy to glue the tire to the rim, and this race-worthy tire has all the suppleness and incredible road feel you expect from a handmade German tubular. This sew-up also boasts Continental's Black Chili compound and Vectran Breaker Belt, so you get increased puncture protection as well as superior traction and handling.
$90.00 - $150.00
Surly's Larry Tire has dart-shaped knobs and a round profile at over three and a half inches wide. That means it excels in steering your fat bike and will float over a variety of surfaces, whether firm or soft. And with all that width, it plays nicely with rims from 50-100mm wide.
Track professionals have placed their trust in Continental's Special Class II for generations because it's such a fast, great-handling and reliable tire. With its finely wound cotton casing, it provides awesome durability and a compliant, comfortable ride, even at high inflation pressures (the Special Class can take up to 160 to 170 psi). Plus, the carbon-black tread compound provides long wear and top-notch traction and cornering adhesion on virtually any velodrome surface. Get the winning edge with the Special Class II!
- LGG is the airport code for Liege, Belgium, home of the Liege-Bastogne-Liege race - Classic road tubular with chevron pattern for excellent grip in wet or dry conditions - Supple, lightweight casing with puncture-protection belt underneath tread - Weight: 248 grams
$133.00 - $148.00
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Minion FBR is a rear-specific fat bike tire designed for trail riding. It shares the look of the Minion DHR II, but is optimized for fat biking. The Minion FBR features well-known, proven side knobs for cornering traction and ramped, paddle-like knobs down the middle, minimizing rolling resistance and maximizing traction in all conditions. - Inspired by the Minion DHR II - Rear-specific tread design - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
$133.00 - $147.00
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Maxxis Minion FBF represents a progression in fat-biking by offering a front-specific tire designed for trail riding. Featuring the proven Minion DHF tread blocks, the FBF combines extreme cornering capability, low rolling resistance, and fat-tire volume for unsurpassed grip on uneven and loose surfaces. - Inspired by the Minion DHF - Front-specific tread design - Dual compound - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
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