Kenda Nevegal 27.5 Tires

3.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $55.00

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Product Description

Kenda Nevegal K 650b (27.5?) MTB Tire. John Tomac is often referred to as the "greatest mountain biker that ever lived" by many cycling magazines and by his race colleagues and competitors. It comes as no surprise that when he needed rubber he went to Ke

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by VERTIGO2 a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: October 30, 2012

Strengths:    Traction and versatile in a wide variety of terrain.

Weaknesses:    None for me.

Bottom Line:   
2.3 size used on a Cannondale Prophet conversion. Works awesome just like the 26" size. Some complain that they roll slower than some other tires. Well, Duh! They are not racing tires. The do excel at their intended role- All Conditions traction. If your bag is to trade off some traction for less rolling resistance, try a different tire.

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Favorite Trail:   Off The Top

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $43.00

Purchased At:   Pro Bike Supply

Similar Products Used:   These are my first 650B's.

Bike Setup:   Cannondale Prophet, Stan's Flow EX wheels. Running tubes. Will try tubeless soon.

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by syncline

Date Reviewed: October 22, 2012

Strengths:    light weight 641gr 644gr for my two tires,great traction,all around nice tire

Weaknesses:    120 tpi sidewall

Bottom Line:   
I have been using Nevegal 26" tires with great result for a long time. I've had great results with both DTC,Sticky(wares fast) ,in both 2.1 and 2.35 .These tire I would rate 4-5 stars. Not so great with th e 1.95 as the 120 tpi sidewalls puntured easily. On my first ride after converting my Ibis Mojo SL to 650b-2.1, I puntured the sidewall with a big enough hole to not reseal with Stans. Will try my trick of sealing the sidewall with patch of shoe goo, both inside the tire and outside. This tire needs the 60 tpi sidewall

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by D.L. Brown a Cross Country Rider from SLC, UT, USA

Date Reviewed: June 23, 2011

Strengths:    Great as they have been but in the rolling size that fits Fox forks and my Fisher fat possum

Bottom Line:   
Of few choices, this is pretty damn good

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $50.00

Purchased At:   Wild Rose, SLC

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Nevegal SCT vs UST

I have 26" UST rims on my bike and have been using the Nevegal UST tires for about 1000 miles now. I keep my tire pressure between about 27-30psi. The tires have been amazing with zero problems but the back tire especially is starting to get pretty worn and it's about time for a change. Anyway... ... Read More »

Anyone running Nevegal 2.2 front/ XKing 2.2 Rear?

Anyone running this combo? How does it perform?Read More »

Kenda Nevegal tubeless

Hello, was wondering if the Kenda Nevegal can be tubeless. Never had any experience with tubeless tires so can anybody give me a rundown of how to do it? Thanks in advance!Read More »

Nevegal 650B tubeless issues?

OK, so I've run Nevegal UST's with Stan's on my 26" bike for a couple years with no rocks, goatheads, cactus, problems. As for the sealant -- screw the warranty, when was the last time anyone had a warranty claim on a tire? Sealant is mandatory here in New Mexico. T ... Read More »

Kenda Telonix/Nevegal

Anyone running this combo? I havethe Nevegal 2.35 on the front and the Telonix 2.20 on the real. Previously, I ran a Nevegal 2.1 on the rear, but never really felt stable or confident with that combo. The Telonix kind of looks like a "rear" tire and the combo has been pretty good for me the last ... Read More »

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