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34-37mm tubeless race tires ?

Old 07-25-16, 03:09 PM
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34-37mm tubeless race tires ?

Any suggestion on tubeless gravel race tires in the 34-37 mm range? I want Schwalbe g one 700x35, impossible to get. Clement las might be best gravel race tire out there, not tubeless. I don't like the tread of clement actual gravel tubeless tire. Compass Bon Jon pass looks promising but out of normal casing version.

Basically I'm looking for suggestion of tires like the clement las or Schwalbe g one ( filetread traction) around 35mm. Please nothing smaller than 34mm or larger than 37mm in your suggestions, save optimal gravel tire size for another thread! Thx in advance.
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I have the G ones 700x35 on my RLT 9, and I'm not too impressed with them. In under 1000 miles of use the tread on the rear tire is almost worn off. They do roll quite well on pavement and grip off road, but I expected long life out of them.

I'm going to try either the Clement MSO 700x36 or the Teravail Cannonball 700x38 tubeless next.
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I have the cannonballs,which are nice tires panaracer is absolutely crushing it these days overall, the cannonball is a bit too much tire for me (and the 32mm version too small!) unless I was doing something notoriously nasty like DK.

Yes, i fully acknowledge Im being picky!

FYI i would expect the tread on any higher end performance tire to wear off by 1000 miles.
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You seen the new WTB Gravel tire?

WTB Riddler 700X37 Tire > New Items | Jenson USA
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Originally Posted by KonaRider125
I have the G ones 700x35 on my RLT 9, and I'm not too impressed with them. In under 1000 miles of use the tread on the rear tire is almost worn off. They do roll quite well on pavement and grip off road, but I expected long life out of them.

I'm going to try either the Clement MSO 700x36 or the Teravail Cannonball 700x38 tubeless next.

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Originally Posted by KonaRider125
You seen the new WTB Gravel tire?

WTB Riddler 700X37 Tire > New Items | Jenson USA

interesting, have not seen that one. thanks for the heads up. Curious the weight on it, don't see it listed anywhere
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