Kenda Honey Badger 29er Tire

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $64.00


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Product Description

The Honey Badger just ‘don’t care.’ The Kenda Honey Badger Pro tire is designed to be aggressive enough to rip through loamy conditions, roll smoothly over hard pack and rock, dig through loose- over- hard terrain, and jus...


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by RJE

Date Reviewed: September 14, 2013

Strengths:    Great all mountain to trail tire. Love the tread design. Traction is very predictable and the tire smoothes out the rougher hard pack terrain.

Weaknesses:    Tire can wander if not inflated to above 30 -32 pounds

Bottom Line:   
Casing is very large for a 2.2 tire. It looks more like a 2.3-2.4 tire. Not a weakness, but just worth noting.

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spot honey badger.....who's riding one

Who out there is riding a geared 29er honey badger......only one user review on mtbr? Geo seems reasonable for an all mountain trail bike. Any feedback is appreciated. GerryRead More »

Going Ridgid On My Honey Badger

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Spot Brand Honey Badger Info

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Kenda honey badger vs nevegal

I am about to order some 29x2.2 tires and I have it narrowed down to these two. I'm going to run the same tire front and rear. Currently on a set of bontrager 29-1's and I absolutely hate them. My trails are a combo of rocks, roots, light mud, loose dirt, and of course dry hard pack. The bontrager ... Read More »

Kenda honey badger pro rubbing front derailer on guardian 2.0

Hello all. I put some kenda honey badger pro's on my guardian 2.0 and I am experiencing some rubbing on the front derailer when I'm using the lowest(smallest) gear on the crank and top 3 gears on the cassette ( 3 biggest rear sprockets). It does not rub under normal use on flatter terrain, it only r ... Read More »

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