Geax Dhea Older Tires

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

  • 26x2.30 TNT Foldable 890g
  • 26x2.30 High Performance Foldable 790g
  • 26x2.30 Performance Rigid 920g
  • 26x2.50 TNT Foldable 1190g

    Dehydroepiandrosterone, a natural steroid prohormone, is the precursor of testosterone and estrogen.

    A big mean "meat" for downhilling and aggressive freeriding. Ramped central knobs for a fast rolling tyre, reinforced sidewalls and high volume casing to better cope with rocks and shocks.

    Sure and safe cornering, fast on berms thanks to the pronounced and aggressive side knobs.

    Top performer on different surfaces, it has different characteristics:

  • TNT: 50 ShA compound on lateral knobs and TNT casing allow to perform at the top on soft grounds and technical paths; 2.30
  • High Perf.: the ideal tyre for AM. Light and usable when pedaling, this tyre gets the adrenalin like the other versions when pointed downhill (inflating pressure: min2 bar.


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    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by dirt_merchant a Cross Country Rider from Philly

    Date Reviewed: October 9, 2009

    Strengths:    Awesome traction and lasted pretty long.

    Weaknesses:    None that I can think of

    Bottom Line:   
    This was a demo given to me by Geax (2.35) and it performed really well on our rocky/rooty trails in the Wissahickon, as well as the smooth fast stuff down at White Clay/Middle Run in Delaware. It performed GREAT all around, and lasted long. I ride 4-6 days/week and it lasted 6 months. I am real happy with this tire and will definitely buy it.

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    Favorite Trail:   all of them

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Similar Products Used:   Tioga DH, Kenda Telonix and Blue Groove

    Bike Setup:   Gemini with Fox 36 Van

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