On-One Chunky Monkey 29er Tire

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Product Description

Sidewalls are reinforced with our own named Eckso sidewall protection, to guard against rips and gashes. The tire bead is Kevlar, folding, and lighter and better fitting than steel beads. Designed to be fitted to a wider rim - we'd recommend a minimum internal width of 19mm to provide support and stability.

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650b Chunky Monkey

From On-one Thank you for your e-mail. We are currently developing the Chunky Monkey 650b so stay tuned for more details. They should be available in the beginning of 2015. Vancouver Island sounds like a MTB paradise! Kind regards, BorysRead More »

Chunky Monkey vs High Roller II/Minion DHRII

I've been running 2.3 HRII front and rear my new SC 5010 and have really liked them both, especially the front. With all the praise for the DHRII as a rear tire I'm thinking of going HRII 2.4 3C in front and DHR II in back for my bigger bike (Knolly Chilcotin).... 2.4 or 2.3? (I like big volume tire ... Read More »

Derby Wide Carbon Rims and On One Chunky Monkey

I have been running small tires and narrow rims and I have been wanting to try some different stuff. I have been doing more trail riding and less cx racing. Weight is no longer an issue, it's all about fun. So this is a rigid ss 29er which works good in my area as the trails are generally smooth wit ... Read More »

Chunky Monkey 1 Ride Review

I live in Cumberland BC and have been running Trailstar Hans Dampf's on my Turner 5 Spot for the last 3 months. The rear is shot with the side knobs held on by 1/3 of the base rubber. I looked around for replacements last month and decided to try the On-One Chunky Monkey 2.4 in the Trail Extreme 5 ... Read More »

Chunky Monkey

Here are some photos of the CMs. Keep in mind these are mounted on 819s. From the other thread: [COLOR="#0000FF"] I'll throw another tire into the mix, the on-one Chunky Monkey. This is a Maxxis built tire. It is build on the Ardent 2.4 EXO casing, with 2 compound options. The Trail Extreme is ... Read More »

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