Ritchey Z-Max Intuition WCS Tire

Z-Max Intuition WCS

The Z-Max intuition featured a re-design on the original Ritchey QUAD tire transforming it into the versatile intuition with a center knob that is great in both loose and hardpack terrain.

User Reviews (2)

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magellan18   Cross Country Rider [Jun 28, 2011]
Strength:

Its good for a little bit of uphill, hardpack and on the road you have a little bit of noise but it also runs well!

Weakness:

not good on sand or wet of any kind!
Too thin. Like a 1.90-1.95

This review is for the Ritchey Intuition Comp 2.0. I dont like this tire at all! When i have braked on the road most of the times was locking. Offroad i dont have any side grip and on the sand and mud(wasnt made fot it)it was digging its self in. If you go with some speed on sand the tire is unstable, and you loose all the momentum. The Kenda tire was 1000 times better than this. With that I did uphills, downhills, road (wet/dry), Hardpack, sand, mud(deep/normal) and had no problem at all.

Similar Products Used: Kenda mixed tire (dont remember the model)
Schwalbe Black Shark SX 2.1
OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
Beamer50   Cross Country Rider [May 15, 2010]
Strength:

Grips, rolls easily, does not seem fragile, not flats yet, very lightweight, look good, have the right tread pattern that doesn't pickup sticks and throw them into the frame like some other tires do.

Weakness:

None so far, don't expect any

I have been using the Ritchey WCS tires since the MountainKlein came in 1987 and have always loved them because they hang on and are lighter than everyone else's, but they can be a bit hard to find.

Similar Products Used: Force Facing K, other Ritchey WCS tires.
Specialized Team Comps were laughable.
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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