Schwalbe Magic Mary 27.5 Tires

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Product Description

The new Super Gravity technology makes it lighter, yet it is still extremely sidewall-stable and snake-bite resistant. At the same time, the flexible tread offers much better handling characteristics. The new profile is even more versatile and feels at home on any kind of Downhill trail.

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Can't get a Magic Mary Super Gravity onto an Enve M70 rim--tricks/ideas?

I've owned road and mountain bikes for a long time now, and this is the first time I've been physically unable to mount a tire on any rim. I'm trying to get a Schwalbe Magic Mary with the Super Gravity casing onto my new ENVE M70 Thirty rim, and I just can't get it there. I managed to get one bead o ... Read More »

Magic Mary vs Minion DHF?

Has anyone ridden both of these? My favorite trail/AM 29er tires so far are the Minion DHF and Hans Dampf. The Hans is simply awful at straight line braking when compared to the DHF but I like every other aspect. The Magic Mary has my eye but I haven't read much about it.Read More »

Looking for a good price on 29x2.35 Schwalbe Magic Mary Supergravity tire

Anyone find any good deals on 29x2.35 Schwalbe Magic Mary Supergravity tire? I would prefer the trail star version. It is $79 from chain reaction but I'm hoping someone knows where I can find this tire cheaper.Read More »

Magic Mary 29 Now Available

I've seen a few posts lately referring to "when it comes out" and I did a search so I apologize in advance if this is already common knowledge... I was just browsing a website I go to a lot for bike parts and they have a Magic Mary on sale now. Looks like a Hans Dampf but with chunkier knobs, poss ... Read More »

Rolling resistance Minion DHR II vs. HR II vs. Magic Mary ?

Hi all, I am leaving for a summer bike trip in a few days and Im not sure which tires to bring. Terrain will be Whistler, Squamish, and dry/hardpack in the Yukon. Since my bike is heavy, Im looking for the least rolling resistance. I did not have Time to try the DHR II yet. Maxxis are 2.4 EXO 60a ... Read More »

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