Hutchinson Toro - XC Tire

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The HutchinsonToro uses a low profileTread designThat decreases rolling resistance while helpingTo shed mud, with greater space between side knobsTheToro provides great grip helpingTo makeThis a great all aroundTire. Available in UST and non-UST versions ISO Diameter: 559 ISO Width: 55(2.15), 60(2.35) mmTireType: USTTubelessTire Diameter: 26"Tire Use: Mountain

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Hutchinson Toro's Cracking

Hey everyone this is my first post on here. I recently bought my first MTB back in July and I'm having a blast. I've got less than 250 miles on her and my Hutchinson Toro tires have no wear on the tread but both front and rear tires has tons of cracks. The shop I bought the bike from said it looks l ... Read More »

Hutchinson Bulldog 2.5 UST Tire vs. Hutchinson Toro

I recently came across a set of Hutchinson Bulldog 2.5 UST tires at my LBS at a super affordable price. I searched them on the net to get some more info on them but was unable to find any information accept for it seems to be a model from back in 2005. The thread pattern is almost the same as th ... Read More »

Affordable housing - Fort Ord /Toro options?

Anyone in the know with info on neighborhoods near Fort Ord / Toro Park with good biking access? I am looking for affordable housing under $500k for a place witjhin 150 miles of san jose and have targeted that area. Seaside and Marina are options as ocean access would be an ok trade off for less ... Read More »

Fort Ord or Toro Park?

I am driving north from SLO today and figured I'd get a ride in. I've ridden Toro Park a few times and Pipeline is an awesome trail. Just wondering if Fort Ord is worth checking out or should I stick to Pipeline? Thanks!Read More »

Lost: Cell phone, Toro Park Monterey

Hey yall Just posting on the off chance one of you found my cell phone up there, it rattled its way out of my poorly closed hydration pack and hit the trail somewhere between the paved road and terminal velocity near the top of pipeline. I noticed it was missing when I pulled some kneepads out fo ... Read More »

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