Trail Taker-Designed to get you through the thick stuff. The Trail Taker can tame any trail. Aggressive all mountain design for those who demand the best performance. The Trail Taker has the perfect tread depth for serious traction and low rolling resistance. Tackle the nastiest trail today on the Vee Rubber Trail Taker.
The Vee Rubber Trail Taker 2.4? 650B tire offers excellent traction in almost any terrain, highlighted by a superb ability to motor up the rockiest and rootiest conditions on a trail. It likes to be run with low pressures, which works in synergy with the wide knobs and tall rounded profile to create a tire that is pliable and conformable, with a large footprint. It likes to fly down flowy trails and rock gardens, and works well on rock slabs and slickrock. It can take some finesse to use the side knobs for cornering, but if used properly the tire can be railed like a demon. Continue reading →
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Anyone else out there with this tire have an issue with the outside lugs coming off of the tire? I've been on mine for around two months now and have lost a series of lugs all within about 8 inches. I've lost about 4-5 and they just seem to have popped off.
For the most part, I like the tires, ... Read More »
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I have three tires for sale, a pair of WTB Wolverine 2.2" and a single Vee Trail Taker 2.4". See ad for more information:
[url=http://classifieds.mtbr.com/showproduct.php?product=84913&title=650b-tires-wtb-wolverine-2-and-vee-trail-taker-like-new&cat=22]650b Tires: WTB Wolverine (2) and Vee Trai ... Read More »
Going on Cannondale Lefty Prophet. I am torn between these two tires for all mountain use for front tire. Any body try both and have a preference in grip and rolling resistance? Tires will be used on lots of rooty and rocky trails. It looks like Vee Rubber Trail Taker may be slightly taller of t ... Read More »
I'm running a Pacenti Neo Moto 2.3 in a 26" Fox 140 Float fork on the front of my Turner 5.Spot. This combination has been great for the past year including a week in Fruita and Moab as well as many trails in NC/VA. I'm going back out to Moab this spring and the Neo is getting worn down so I want ... Read More »