Panaracer Trailraker Folding MTB Tyre - 26"
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- A last! The Trailraker is the tyre that all U.K. mountain bikershave been waiting for!
- Designed specifically for the U.K., the trailraker can handle a multitude of wintery conditions from deep mud to slippery roots and rocks.
- The widely spaced tread pattern clears mud to provide continued traction, while the large side knobs offer predictable traction.
- Folding Kevlar bead
Shipping charges for this item to United States: $7.48
- Estimated delivery transit time: 5-10 Days
Royal Mail Std. Airmail 5-10 Days: $7.48
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Royal Mail Priorty Airmail 4-8 Days: $14.95
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Fantastic winter tyre. Brilliant in mud and inspires confidence over wet roots. Good until conditions get really dry.
Crazy tyre, like magic glue in the slop, perhaps a bit slippy on wet rocks but as a rear tyre you can just get the power down even on some silly off cambers.
These are brilliant winter tyres for quagmire-ish North Downs and Surrey Hills riding.
After one use in wet, muddy conditions, my impressions are of great grip and excellent mud-shedding. It is the first tyre I have used that betters my long-term favourite WTB Velociraptor rear tyre in this respect.
As you would expect the tyre does not roll particularly easily on hard surfaces.
I LOVE my Trailrakers... They take loads of abuse and the grip just keeps coming.
On hardpack and road they do drag a bit, but in the wet stuff they are supreme. Good lateral grip, and good stability on hard surfaces.
They are pretty tough too... it takes something pretty vicious to puncture them. I run them with tubes and rarely have an issue.
Trying out on the back wheel in muddy conditions with a view to buying the wider version for the winter