Schwalbe Racing Ralph-2 Kevlar 29er Tire: Updated tread design with aggressive shark's tooth U-blocks, while still maintaining a low weight and reduced rolling resistance. Triple compound: three different rubbers optimize grip, rolling speed and durability.
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Hi all, I'm looking for a high volume lightweight 29er tire. I was interested to try out the RR 2.4 but it seems they are no longer produced. Can anyone vouch for the volume of the new 2.35? Is it similar to the 2.4? Are there any other similarly sized/weighted tires out there?
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Well this kinda sucks, yesterday I had a race and rode on Specialized S works Renegade on the rear and Racing Ralph 2.25 on the front, performed great but once I got home found the Racing Ralph leaking from a sidewall, that just sucks because I have an endurance XC race in a couple of weeks.
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Running Rampage 2.35 on my anthem X1 29 and they ride well on the technical single track here in Florida, but keep hearing good things about the Shawlbe and it seems like a lot of the higher end 29ers are spec with these. Looking for a high volume tire lighter and faster - RaRa is about twice the pr ... Read More »
Got a question for you tire gurus out there. I am wondering which tire size I should go with. The Racing Ralph 2.25 or 2.4?
Here is the bike setup:
Kona Unit 2-9
Rocking it SS
Have a F29 on the front
Currently using an Ignitor on the back and a Rampage on the front
I am ... Read More »
I just received a pair 29 x 2.25.
The box says 580g.
One was 584g not bad.
The second was 560g !!!! Yea.
I just mounted a new set of the Hutchinson Python Air Light K Tubeless and they came in at 645g and 640g. I am going to run these for a while and use the Ralph's to ra ... Read More »