Intense World Cup - EX DC Tire

World Cup - EX DC

  • 55/60 Compound
  • 2 Ply 72 TPI Casing
  • Folding Bead

User Reviews (2)

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gearheadnatureboy   Downhiller [May 18, 2010]
Strength:

2.5 single ply is very large, weighs 1050 g, rolls like a MOFO. My favorites have been high rollers and nevegals. This rolls better than highroller, and way better than nevegal. Size is huge compared to maxxis, and still bigger than a 2.5 nevegal. great freeride tire (I pedal up most of the time)

Weakness:

none so far. Or maybe the labeling. Don't try to compare these to a 2.5 maxxis, because the maxxis is way skinnier. Heavy, but not really, considering the size.

$18 at jenson, gimme a friggin break, these kick a$$.

Similar Products Used: Highroller, nevegals, kenda Telonix, IRC trail bear, fire FR pro, way too many to list
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Heavy Hitter   Downhiller [Apr 27, 2007]
Strength:

Strong side walls Not super heavey like the 4 plys long lasting rubber

Weakness:

none

Way better than maxxis in my opinion have run nothing but maxxis for two years straight.Was surprised on how well they rolled compared to minions and seem to have less rolling resistance. They seem awfully close to high rollers but with more grip i havent had a problem cornering and are lighter than the fros. Not sticky rubber so they will last alot longer. They are wider than most 2.50 so be warned well woth the money rocks lose dirt etc no need to worry.

Similar Products Used: maxxis tires
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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