WTB Bronson TCS 29er Tire

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $60.00


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Product Description

WTB Bronson TCS Tubeless Tire is the choice for all WTB-sponsored riders who prefer an aggressiv, do-it-all tread. Using a combination of carefully laid out wide spaced and linked tread blocks, the Bronson is the hammerhead's dream tire, with trail-ready


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by JuicyJP a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: July 15, 2013

Strengths:    Work well in loose-over-hard and rocky terrain.

Weaknesses:    Too square-shouldered, that is, not a rounded enough profile.

Bottom Line:   
After I built my Niner WFO last year, and since it is my first 29er, I have been trying different tires to find the best 'all-arounder'. I have been looking for a relatively light-weight, durable tire with good, predictable traction and low rolling resistance, After riding a number of different brands and, in the case of the Schwalbe Nobby Nic's, shredding them, I have found this tire to have the best traction and durability, with a relatively light weight @ 724 gm each. If they had a more rounded profile they would probably have better traction in off-camber turns and I would probably have given them five Flamin' Chilis overeall. But they just don't stick that well in off-camber turns due to the square-shouldered profile. But I will say that at least they give adequate warning prior to washing out unlike the WTB Weirwolf that I replaced them with.

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Favorite Trail:   Any fast and technical descent.

Duration Product Used:   80+ miles

Price Paid:    $46.00

Purchased At:   Jenson

Similar Products Used:   Bontrager 29-3 and XDX, Tioga Psycho Genius, Performance Mt. Pisgah, WTB Weirwolf and Nano, Schwalbe Nobby Nic.

Bike Setup:   All-mountain - Fox, Shimano, Easton.

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WTB Bronson Race (not TCS) run ghetto tubeless?

Anyone out there in MTBR Land do it? How does it work?Read More »

WTB TCS Weirwolf vs Bronson

I've been running 2.3 TCS Weirwolfs for a couple of years now and think they're awesome! Grip, roll fast, and not one flat. Fantastic tire 95% of the time. Issues I've had: [LIST=1] [*]Slow speed technical DH wash out's. At speed these tires never fail because I get into the corners hard. ... Read More »

Sun Ringle Charger Pro mated to WTB Bronson TCS 2.3s

I'm looking to upgrade my current wheelset on my Steel On-One 456 at the end of the month, and after doing a bunch of research I think this is the set up I'm going to go for. I was wondering if any one else has run this set up before, or had any experience with the wheelset or tires and could give m ... Read More »

Love/Hate Bronson TCS

When they're brand new, they work well. But they wear super quick and the side knobs tear off. They dont hold air very well when set up tubeless, and the torn off knobs leak fluid. Anyone else have these problems? Wondering if I should warranty them.Read More »

Bronson TCS, Wolverine UST, Weirwolf. Oh my!?

I'm currently using tubed Kenda Nevagals on Stan's Crest rims (lumpy...) and would like to try tubeless. Which of these tires do you guys recommend? Mostly hardpack, occasional rocks. roots, and some mud. I'd prefer the lighter of the three if WTB's weights are accurate. ('09 GT Force Carbo ... Read More »

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