Schwalbe Albert 29er Tire

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Little Albert doesn't have the large volume of its big brothers, but it's small and light the way racers like it.

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Schwalbe Fat Albert 2.35

Can anyone tell me their experience with these tires? I've found a pair of FA 2.35 Folding for around 30$ (they are only tried, like 99% of life left). My riding conditions would be like: 50% dry dirt 50% mud (no rocks or roots) And i would ride them with tubes. Nothing special, i would be rid ... Read More »

Klunkin' For Albert Hofmann

If you're hankerin' to dust off or rebuild your old klunker for old time sake in the pursuit of pleasure then come celebrate Bicycle Day on April 19th on the Mendocino coast for a retro grouch bike ride. We are celebrating Albert Hofmann's epic ride home in 1943 from his far out lab in Switzerland. ... Read More »

Struggling w/Easton Havocs and Fat Albert install

Hi everyone - TIA to anyone willing to spare a few seconds to give some advice here. Believe you me, I've exhausted many hours of failed attempts, and many addt'l hours of Googling and YT'ing trying to find someone with my scenario. I wouldn't clog the forums if the answer could be found so easy. ... Read More »

Schwalbe Nobby Nics vs Fat Albert vs Maxxis Minion

Hi guys, I've been using Maxxis Minion 2.35ST and it's my fav tire upfront, from my FS gearies to my rigid SS. But I'm kinda into the weight game & larger volume now so I'm looking into the Schwalbe Nobby Nics 2.4 or Fat Albert 2.4 as a replacement. Can't seems to find a direct comparison of a ... Read More »

Conti Baron vs. Minion vs. Fat Albert

What sub 850g tire is best for wet roots, slippery rocks and muddy conditions? Weight and grip is priority. [URL=""]Continental Baron 2.3 Black Chilli[/URL] [URL="http://www.maxx ... Read More »

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