$19.99 - $21.99
Discover a new way to get to your destination. The Connection Trail mountain bike tires deliver ride-refining confidence for journeys along a well-worn trail, and offer plenty of comfort when the path leads you to the road less traveled. Key features - Excels on pavement and the trail - Great value
Feel fast, safe, and stable in any weather and on any road on the T1 road touring tire. With super tough nylon casing and durable compound for added wear and traction, this tire is ideal for touring, training, or recreational riding. Key features - Engineered tread design for confidence in wet or dry conditions - Durable compound gives long tread life - Extra-strong nylon casing
Tread confidently Your bike is your freedom. Trails, bike paths, and roads await. The LT3 Hard-Case Ultimate is an all-condition, light trail specialty tire that's designed for fast rolling on both pavement and trails without having to worry about rocks or debris causing flats. Key features - Excels on light to moderate trails - Open tread design for trail use
$25.99 - $29.99
• Urban tire with raised center for reduced rolling resistance • Size: 26 x 1 3/4 • ISO 571
Fast rolling, durable hybrid tires with great traction. Highly versatile, smooth roller When you depend on your bike to get around town reliably, the H2 tire is a no-brainer. It's got a smooth rolling center and great cornering traction for a confident, efficient ride. Key features - Excels on pavement - Smooth-rolling and efficient tread design - Durable enough to prevent punctures from glass and stone - Strong puncture protection without the weight penalty
$27.99 - $29.99
• Balloon tire with grooved tread • Large air volume for added shock absorption • Wire bead • Size: Schwinn cruiser-style 26 x 1 3/4 (571mm diameter)
When you depend on your bike to get around town reliably, the H2 tire is a no-brainer. It's got a smooth rolling center and great cornering traction for a confident, efficient ride. - Excels on pavement - Smooth-rolling and efficient tread design - Durable enough to prevent punctures from glass and stone - Strong puncture protection without the weight penalty
Eliminate obstacles and leave worry in your wake. The LT2 Comp Hard-Case Lite is an all-condition, light trail specialty tire designed to be fast rolling on pavement and trails without worry about rocks or debris causing flats. Hard-Case Lite puncture protection provides a light weight barrier against flats while the fast rolling tread provides durable traction for path and trail. Key features - Excels on gravel and rough roads - Hard-Case Lite offers lightweight puncture protection - Open tread design for trail and path use
Add some serious speed to your 26-inch bike with the super-slick tread of the SR1 slick. Light weight and low rolling resistance convert your ATB into a fast-rolling street machine. Lightweight and low rolling resistance convert your bike into a fast-rolling street machine. Key features - Excels on pavement - Super-slick street tread design is lightweight for low rolling resistance - Turns your mountain bike into an urban warrior
The H5 Hard-Case Lite confidently rolls over any terrain with lightweight flat protection and a confidence-inspiring tread that provides great traction on a variety of surfaces. Key features - Excels on pavement and packed bike paths - Hard-Case Lite protects against punctures with superior, lightweight, sub-tread material
$33.50 - $35.00
Serfas' Drifter is a great tire for cruising down the bike path or rolling down city streets. The tough 69 durometer rubber maximizes mileage while the inverted tread reduces rolling resistance for efficiency on the road. Plus, Serfas' Flat Protection System lets you ride worry-free.
$34.99 - $39.99
Legendary tire designer Frank Stacy provides another race-proven mountain bike tire design in the XR2. The value-minded and super-versatile XR2 Comp offers outstanding quickness and cornering stability on hard-packed or loamy cross country courses. Key features - Fast rolling with consistent, predictable traction - Excels in loose-over-hardpack and loamy conditions
The H5 Hard-Case Lite confidently rolls over any terrain with lightweight flat protection and a confidence-inspiring tread that provides great traction on a variety of surfaces. Added visibility from the reflective sidewalls make this tire even more versatile. - Excels on pavement and packed bike paths - Hard-Case Lite protects against punctures with superior, lightweight, sub-tread material - Reflective sidewall strips for added visibility
Schwalbe's Marathon is the archetypal touring tire. Their highly elastic, 3mm India rubber GreenGuard layer almost eliminates flats over the course of the tire's excellent, long life. Whether you're setting out on a cross-country bike tour, cruising on a tandem, or just want peace of mind during your daily commute, the Marathon Supreme is in it for the long haul.
$44.99 - $49.99
Excel on a multitude of surfaces with this lightweight, durable hybrid tire. Highly versatile, long-lasting smooth roller When the weather turns nasty and the pavement becomes treacherous, H2 Hard-Case Ultimate offers protection and performance. By combining the ultimate in lightweight flat protection with a fast rolling, versatile tread, this tire is ready for anything. Key features - Excels on pavement - Sub-tread co-extrusion provides maximum puncture protection - Anti-cut, bead-to-bead casing resists cuts from glass and sharp objects - Anti-pinch sidewall support prevents pinch flats - Aramid breaker belt protects against tread punctures
$46.99 - $59.99
Don't let your next mountain bike ride turn into a triathlon where you run and swim more than you ride. Bontrager's Mud-X features dual-compound rubber for an anchor-like grip on wet roots and rocks with fast-rolling speed for getting onto the podium. Plus, it's tubeless ready with the use of Bontrager's Super Juice sealant (sold separately).
Jump some curbs and find a new shortcut on the H5 hybrid tire. Sidewall knobs and water-shedding tread handle dirt and rain. Choose Hard-Case Lite or Ultimate protection. Key features - Excels on pavement and gravel paths - Lightweight, sub-tread material protects against punctures - Dual-layer, sub-tread material and sidewall reinforcement prevent punctures and cuts
Bontrager took their years of tire engineering experience and combined it with years of off-road racing and came up with one of their fastest tires ever, the XR1. Made for fast courses on dry hardpack, the XR1 is super light, rolls fast and gives you predictable cornering and braking.
The XR1 Team Issue TLR is an ultra-fast rolling, tubeless ready cross country race tire ideally suited for dry, dusty conditions. The Team Issue TLR mountain bike tire has a foldable bead with tightly spaced central knobs and an open outer tread for fast-rolling traction plus powerful grip on dusty surfaces. Key features - An XC race tire that excels in firm and fast conditions - Fast-rolling and predictable cornering with consistent traction - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Supple and strong Inner Strength casing provides lightweight sidewall protection - Lightweight 120 TPI casing provides great ride feel and tire performance
$85.00 - $110.00
At four inches wide, 45NRTH's Husker Du tire has the volume you need for flotation in snow and sand. Its fat profile lets you run extremely low pressure, while tightly spaced center knobs reduce rolling resistance and square shoulder knobs with siping throughout boost grip. Don't limit your fat bike and the Husker Du to just riding in the snow—they're a blast to ride year-round!
If you're not from northern Wisconsin, you may not have heard of the Hodag. It's a mythical beast with thick legs and sharp claws. Bontrager's fat-bike tire is well named then. It's almost 4-inches wide, features tough sidewall protection, and comes with a versatile tread that hooks up everywhere. This Hodag has a wide range of territory: Snow, sand, mud, even dry singletrack is fair game. It's light and fast thanks to being tubeless ready and using a folding aramid bead, so sightings tend to be just a blur.
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