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26-Inch

Continental Double Fighter III
$29.95
The Double Fighter with a fresh new design and in a multitude of sizes. With a robust rubber sidewall, it fears neither the city nor the countryside. It rolls along the asphalt effortlessly and in silence. Its shoulder lugs allow it to stay on the right track, whether on park paths or gravel roads. Ideal for making knobbly off-road tyres into a swift city racer.
Continental Town & Country
$29.95
Continental's Town & Country is a durable workhorse on and off the road, built for stability, traction, and value. Police bike squadrons throughout the world use the Town & Country because of its puncture resistance, high mileage and low rolling resistance. The slick center rolls smoothly on pavement and the recessed tread offers control in the corners.
Panaracer Dart Classic 26-inch Front Tire
$31.99 - $49.99
The Dart Classic's arrow-shaped tread will never steer you wrong. Put the Dart up front and experience great steering at top speeds. The gold standard of MTB tire design. - Front tire with 3D multi-angle knobs designed for cornering traction - Created to be paired with Panaracer's Smoke rear tire - ETRO: 50-559
Maxxis DTH 26-inch Folding Bead
$44.00 - $47.00
The Maxxis DTH stands for "drop the hammer." A long-time favorite of BMXers, both on the street and in the dirt, this new 26-inch version has jumpers and urban assaulters everywhere rejoicing. The foldable DTH is super-light to accelerate like no other tire, yet holds up to the abuse you dish out. The dual-compound tread corners well on hardpack and with a 65 PSI rating, it rolls fast on the straights, too. - Folding bead - Weight: 550g (26 x 2.15), 650g (26 x 2.30)
Maxxis Minion DHF 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$49.99 - $105.00
The standard in fast-descending front tires. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 3C MaxxTerra Compound available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
Panaracer Smoke Classic 26-inch Rear
$49.99
Put the Smoke on your rear wheel and feel the 3D knobs dig in going up or down for legendary grip. The Gold Standard of MTB tire design. - ETRO: 50-559
Schwalbe Hans Dampf Performance Tire
$49.99
Everything has been tuned for control and maximum enduro action on Schwalbe's Hans Dampf Performance. The tread functions with absolute poise and is well behaved in every situation, especially loose, rocky terrain.
Vittoria Morsa G+
$50.00 - $71.99
Vittoria’s Morsa G+ tire is aggressive when you want it to be and offers little resistance when you just want to go fast. Big, square side knobs stand up to heavy cornering loads and bite hard into tight lines on hairy curves, while the slightly shortened and ramped center tread flies down the trail, hooking up on demand. The knobs are widely spaced to instantly shed mud, while keeping this high-volume tire remarkably lightweight. The G+ Isotech compound stiffens for fast straightaways, yet intuitively softens in the rocks, roots, and corners.
Schwalbe Magic Mary Evolution Line Tire
$51.00 - $97.40
A tire favored by professional downhill and enduro riders, Schwalbe's Magic Mary has cast a spell on us. For racing glory, choose the Super Gravity version, as it's much lighter than a classic downhill tire yet with extreme lateral stability and reliable snakebite protection.
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$51.20 - $105.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. And, the center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Folding bead
Maxxis Ardent 26-inch
$52.80 - $58.00
Get after it with Maxxis' Ardent holding the line. This versatile tire features large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed corners along with a ramped center tread for easy rolling. Plus, the high-volume casing delivers a plush ride. This EXO version adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind. - Folding bead - Weight: 650g (26 x 2.25), 705g (EXO 26 x 2.25), 790g (EXO 26 x 2.40)
Maxxis Ardent 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$53.42 - $64.00
The Maxxis Ardent is the do-it-all trail tire. An aggressive tread in high-volume casing designed for great traction, the Ardent doesn't forget the racer, offering large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed cornering. The center tread, while ideal for braking and accelerating traction, also features ramped knobs to minimize rolling resistance. With a wide variety of size offerings, the Ardent captures every mountain rider's needs. - Folding bead - EXO Protection Model offers extreme sidewall cut and abrasion resistance while remaining lightweight and highly flexible - Aggressive, high-volume tread
Maxxis Minion DHF 26-inch
$54.00 - $92.99
The Standard. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 60 TPI
Schwalbe Nobby Nic Evolution Line Tire
$56.00 - $103.41
Schwalbe's Nobby Nic Evolution Line tire has a remarkable range and is ready to rock wherever you take it. Touring and all-mountain riders love them. They're also spotted in fast cross-country racing, as well as in technically demanding enduro competitions. The SnakeSkin sidewall is standard and makes it immune to cuts and blows, while tubeless conversion is as easy and safe as never before. The Nobby Nic is a mountain biker‘s best friend.
Schwalbe Rock Razor (26-inch)
$57.00
Schwalbe's Rock Razor virtually shaves the edges off bumps on the enduro course. A semi-slick tire for the gravity and enduro scenes, it‘s a solid option for fast, dry trails, especially riding it on the rear wheel. For incredibly low rolling resistance, only one tire makes the cut.
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26 x 2.3 EXO Tubeless Ready Tire
$57.24
Go-Ride's Take: The Maxxis Minion DHR II might be labeled a rear tire, but anything makes a good rear tire. We think this might be the best tire that no one is talking about, and we're talking about running it up front. But don't just take our word for it. Greg Minnaar and Steve Peat both raced this tire on the World Cup circuit any time they weren't running mud spikes. Both riders have long been loyal to the High Roller, but both riders made the switch. If it's good enough for those guys, it's certainly worth a try, even on your trail bike. What Maxxis Says: The trail version of the Maxxis Minion DHR II features the same tread pattern as its downhill counterpart, but uses a single-ply casing to reduce weight. With side knobs borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF, but widened to provide more support, the DHR II corners like no other. The center tread features ramped knobs to improve acceleration and sipes to create a smooth transition when leaning the bike. Paddle-like knobs on the center tread dig in under hard braking and help keep the bike under control. Pair it with a Minion DHF up front for the ultimate aggressive trail riding tire combo!
Continental Der Kaiser 2.4 Projekt
$60.00 - $69.95 $69.95 - $89.95 Up To 33% Savings
This racing tire wants to be pushed on the toughest World Cup courses in the world. The Kaiser 2.4 Projekt shines with low rolling resistance, high puncture resistance and direct curve feeling. The shallower center lugs and the uniform outer lugs ensure this. The right tire for an aggressive line choice. Handmade in Germany. World Cup tires with reduced mileage!
Maxxis Minion DHF (3C, Exo)
$62.40
Get big-time DH tire action minus the weight with Maxxis' Minion DHF with 3C and Exo technology. Maxxis combines the best qualities of 3 rubbers to make a tire that corners and brakes like a champ. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and deliver rail-like cornering. And, it saves weight without giving up too much toughness thanks to the single-ply casing with EXO sidewalls. They add an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind when getting hectic in nasty, sharp terrain.
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26-inch
$62.40 - $70.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking
Maxxis Ikon 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$62.75 - $82.00
Ikon is Maxxis' most versatile XC tread. The Ikon is for true racers looking for a true lightweight race tire. With 3C Triple Compound Technology, high-volume casings, and a fast rolling tread design, the Ikon provides exemplary performance in all riding conditions. As its name suggests, the Ikon represents all that is true in racing. - EXO Protection offered in select models - High-volume, lightweight true racing tire - 3C Triple Compound Technology
Maxxis WetScream 26-inch
$65.00
Maxxis' WetScream is made for racing the muddiest runs out there. It's got sharp, square knobs that bite through the muck and give you control on the slimiest courses. The knobs are spaced far apart to clear mud quickly. The 2-ply DH casing is enhanced with butyl-protected sidewalls for flat protection and the ability to run low pressure for even more grip. When it's been raining forever and the course turns ugly, trust the WetScream to carry you to victory. Weight: 1160g
Schwalbe Muddy Mary 26
$68.21 - $94.55 $84.99 - $94.55 Up To 28% Savings
-Much more than a mud tire, widely-spaced center lugs and pronounced shoulder knobs are ideal for excessively loose DH courses and aggressive all-mountain trails -TrailStar: Enduro and Freeride compound with an easy rolling base, grippy center and extra grippy shoulders -VertStar: The ultimate Downhill compound, all-out grip and maximum absorption -FR: Single ply casing with SnakeSkin protection -DH: Dual-ply casing with extra SnakeSkin protection for high stability at low pressure
Maxxis High Roller II Downhill (3C)
$69.60
For a smooth, predictable feel in the corners, check out the Maxxis High Roller IIs. As an update to their classic High Roller, the IIs have a fast center section that offers excellent braking traction. The shoulder knobs are tall with sipes on every other block for precise cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing lets you run super-low pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
Maxxis Minion DHR II Downhill 26-inch
$70.00 - $92.22
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Downhill-specific 2-ply casing - Wire bead
Maxxis Minion DHR II Tire 26x2.4 Wire, Single Compound
$70.00
Go-Ride's Take: The Maxxis Minion DHR II might be labeled a rear tire, but anything makes a good rear tire. We think this might be the best tire that no one is talking about, and we're talking about running it up front. But don't just take our word for it. Greg Minnaar and Steve Peat both raced this tire on the World Cup circuit any time they weren't running mud spikes. Both riders have long been loyal to the High Roller, but both riders made the switch. If it's good enough for those guys, it's certainly worth a try, even on your trail bike. What Maxxis Says: The Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread has been heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo!
Maxxis Shorty 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$74.00 - $83.00
Mid-spike trail tire for demanding conditions. The DH version of the Maxxis Shorty was an instant favorite of their World Cup DH racers. The single-ply version offers trail riders the same traction in a much lighter package. All trail versions of the Shorty feature Maxxis' Tubeless Ready casing and 3C MaxxTerra compound. - Mid-spike tread design - 3C Maxx Terra rubber compound - Folding bead - Tubeless Ready - Wide trail (WT) casing is optimized for 30-35mm inner width rims
45NRTH Dillinger (Non-Studded)
$75.00
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.
Continental Der Kaiser (Folding)
$89.95
Continental's Der Kaiser is made to plummet down the rocky, muddy slopes of World Cup Downhill courses, so it's sure to crush your local ripper. Combining a double-walled casing with a special soft, tacky Black Chili compound and adding widely-spaced, square knobs, this DH-specific tire is the master of gravity.
Surly Endomorph Tire
$120.00
Surly's Endomorph Tire loves to mix it up in varying conditions. At over three and a half inches wide, it floats over a variety of surfaces, whether firm or soft, and is optimized for paddling through soft terrain. Play with different inflations to get the right amount of traction in your specific terrain.
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