The Sturdy is a timeless pattern featuring plenty of large, well spaced, square knobs, making it the ideal choice for a host of technical applications and rougher terrains. It’s “sturdy” sidewalls and double compound tread make the tyre descend like a downhill tyre, but the single ply casing prevents it from climbing like one. Ideal in applications from aggressive XC to light freeride, the Sturdy is a truly versatile, high performance, large blocked platform.
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before it gets flattened and goes out with next week's cardboard dropoff?
its not the kind a bike would arrive in from the manufacturer. in fact you could probably place the mfr one inside this one.
its a Uline heavy duty 44ECT the ibis came in from jenson. no holes, dents, or anything.
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I do a month long tour every year and my upcoming MTB will not have mounting holes for rear rack so p-clamps seem to be the only option to mount the rack. How much weight can that setting handle? I would use the typical 22L x 2 pannier set.Read More »
I'm helping a friend..
Looking for ideas for a mountain bike (complete -new or used, $700 or less) that will survive a 250lb 20 year old with little regard for bicycles. Rigid and simple is fine.
He's broken a few.
Maybe a used instigator or other dirt jumper? 5' 11"
anyone got leads or ideas?Read More »
Ordered a few of these and love the looks out of the box--big volume, big knobs.
Also love the feel of the burly casing, and the fact that they're 1000g each. Could well be Dissent replacements for certain trails and times.
But I can't get 'em mounted to go ride 'em. Tried them on the Chines ... Read More »
Please forgive me if this has been covered before, I've searched to no avail. I'm looking for front or rear racks to attach to a single speed mountain bike that would hold enough for a run to the grocery store. I may get a cargo bike at some point, but I'm wondering what's out there to help fill the ... Read More »