WTB Vulpine 29er Tire

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MSRP : $49.95

Product Description

WTBs VulpineTire is a fast and agile semi-slickTire easily outrunsThe competition with its efficient, low-profile centerline.The Vulpine offers moreThan simple straight-line speed–its well-spaced outside knobs pierce loose soil, boosting control in corners.This lightning-fastTire is quickly becomingThe premier choice for pumpTrack bikes worldwide. Conditions: Dry hardpack Aramid bead DNA rubber compound Weight: 650 g

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WTB Vulpine 29er discontinued?

WTB no longer lists this tire on their website. They don't mention changes to their tire line up anywhere on their website, and I can find no info online. Is anyone aware of what's up here? If the Vulpine is indeed dead, I'll be very disappointed, it was an ideal rear tire for mixed riding (com ... Read More »

WTB Vulpine

I ordered a pair and installed them last Saturday, and on Sunday took them for a 65 km spin. [center][img]http://www.wtb.com/img/tires/29/vulpine29er.jpg[/img][/center] They weigh each 542 g and have a nominal pressure of 40 to 55 psi. Since I was doing a "road run" I pumped them up to 50 psi. ... Read More »

WTB Vulpine tubeless?

do they have the sidewall / bead to support going tubeless?? in 29''Read More »

Vulpine or Raven 2.2 on AZ Trails

I'm getting tired of pedaling my Geax Saguaros and would like to try a fast tire on the rear like the WTB Vulpine or Stan's Raven 2.2. Is this just asking for a sidewall tear? I would ride the 29er versions, weigh 131, and mainly stick to Tucson, DC, and National. Is anyone ridding a Raven 2.2 in th ... Read More »

WTB Vulpine - 29 vs 26

I rode the 29" Vulpine on a Felt demo bike and was very impressed. Dirt Rag also gave them a very good write-up. Great, only I don't own a 29" but am interested in the 26" version for my IF steel hardtail. Anyone know how the 26" rides compared to the 29?" I currently use Hutchinson Piranha which ... Read More »

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