Halo Choir Master 29er Tire

4/5 (1 Reviews)
Weight : 790 grams

Product Description

  • Directional, universal front or rear tread
  • Soft, super grippy compound
  • 3.5mm depth tread

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by trb2929 a Weekend Warrior from Scottsdale, AZ USA

Date Reviewed: October 17, 2008

Strengths:    Wire bead - works well in a tubeless setup - traction - 2.35 volume.

Weaknesses:    None sore far.

Bottom Line:   
Mounted up tubeless (Flow Rims) with no issues and holds air very well. Been riding then for a few months in the Arizona desert and they have proved to be excellent tires for my riding style. Traction is very good on the dry desert trial I ride. Lots of rocks to contend with and I have yet to cut the tire. Heavy rider and I can run lower psi without burping. This is a major advantage for me over the Rampage in tubeless mode.

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $30.00

Purchased At:   Red Barn Bikes

Similar Products Used:   Rampage - Jones ACX TLR - WTB Stout

Bike Setup:   07 Ventana El Rey - WB Fluid 110 - Flow/Hadley wheel set.

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Halo Choir Master 2.35 wire bead

Done the search and read the few posts that show up. I see all these tire posts lately and the Halo tires are never mentioned. Is this because so few have tried them or something else. I've ridden the Rampage and yes very nice tire. Jones ACX TLR was an OK tire also but small. When I first went tube ... Read More »

Halo Choir Master

I've just tried this tyre up front and was very impressed. UK conditions are wet & muddy. My local area is hard-pack with lose-over, and woods with steep slippery downs (and ups) with wet roots and stones etc thrown in. The Halo hooked up very well indeed with everything. Downhill traction/braking ... Read More »

Halo Choir Master in stock @ BTI

Just noticed the Halo Choir Master 29 x 2.35 is finally available. Have your LBS call BTI if you want a set. I have no connection to BTI, Halo and do not sell them.Read More »

Halo Choir Master

Hi! Has anyone tried this tires? Compared with HighRollers (ST & 60A)? Thanks for any comment!:thumbsup:Read More »

Halo Choir Master Tyre

Has anyone run these? I wonder how big they are and how grippy. They look good on paper at 730g and 2.35 size (provided it isn't a Conti 2.3 size, which is like a 2.0) with aggressive tread. [url]http://www.halorims.com/HaloNew/choirmaster.htm[/url] _MKRead More »

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