Bontrager XR Mud Tire

When mud turns to soup, turn to the XR-Mud with a trimmable, mud-shedding tread pattern that digs deep for impressive grip.

User Reviews (3)

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Hardy Giesler   [Feb 17, 2014]
Strength:

I have run Mud X tyres for a number of years, on 26 and 29er wheels. Initially they were tough to fit as tubeless and then seal, but now they slip on easily and seal easily, even without any Stans juice. ON my Epic 29 I run them on American Classic Race wheels and with the wider rim, the profile is more square and provides an even better grip. These are amazing!

Weakness:

A little heavier than the competition at 625 grams (29er)

Superb product. Significantly increases your confidence on the bike in muddy / slippery conditions

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
KarlP   Weekend Warrior [Jul 07, 2012]
Strength:

Work great in the mud, snow and roll very well on dry trails. And, they are fairly light.

Weakness:

I haven't found any.

I bought these tires for winter riding in the snow and mud and they grip better than anything else I've ever had (in the slop). They also ride great on dry, dusty summer trails. I have them on my American Classics and they seem to roll very well. I'll get another set when these wear out.

Similar Products Used: Maxxis Ignitors and Tioga Psycho Genius
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
henryk   [May 17, 2012]
Strength:

True to size, strong casing in the 1.75, grips in mud but also a great dry trail tire

Weakness:

Hard to set evenly on rim so may not roll perfectly straight.

Had this tire out in the wet trails for the first time today, very impressive bite in slick mud but also on damp sandy areas and across rocks and roots. I dont always ride a smaller tire on the rear but when i do, I will be riding on the mud x!

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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