Geax Saguaro UST Tubeless Tire

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Geax Saguaro 26 inch TNT Tubeless Ready Tire features a pattern with connected central knobs for fast acceleration and speed. The tread pattern provides predictable cornering on all surfaces. ideal for rides ranging from XC racing to big-hit slopestyle.

User Reviews (11)

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Eddie   All Mountain Rider [Dec 20, 2012]
Strength:

Gives you the option to mount the tire in two modes : fast if you're the racer type and traction if you're like me and love to shred the trails.

Weakness:

It is a little tight to mount on tubless rims just remember to use some soapy water to make mounting easier.

I purchased this tire along with the Gato in 2.3 fro the front wheel of my Fuel EX 8. This is a really great tire compared to the stock Bontrager tires that came with it . It grips on the climbs and keeps my back end planted on corners. It's been approximately 2+ months of riding 3-4 times a week on the Saguaro TNT and I would purchase this tire again and tell my friends to buy it also. Great value for the money compared to other tubless tires on the market .

Similar Products Used: Bontrager and Panaracer .
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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nickav21   Cross Country Rider [Sep 19, 2011]
Strength:

Very low rolling resistance, predictable, light(ish), bullet-proof

Weakness:

Traction in sand or mud is horrendous

These tires roll extremely fast and allow you to carry speed that much better (especially in addition to them being on a 29'er). The traction is great, but not perfect. While they will occasionally wash out in some corners, it's usually only if I'm really giving em' a tough corner or if there's sand or mud around. However, they're very predictable. They will handle the exact same way every single time, no unexpected traction/slippage whatsoever. Overall I would say these are some great tires, especially for the weight. I've really put them through their paces riding on brutally sharp rocks and have not had any issues with durability.

Similar Products Used: Panaracer fire XC pro, WTB Velociraptor
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
azb0105   Cross Country Rider [Aug 21, 2011]
Strength:

All the riders I ride with in Cape Town have started using these tyres. They offer superb traction and are very durable. For riding our technical singletracks and loose shale they are the best!

Weakness:

Very hard to put onto Stans rims. tight fit.

Buy this tyre, easy rolling - great grip and durable.

Similar Products Used: Schwalb racing Ralph - the worst tyre ever used for our conditions!
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
CEB   Cross Country Rider [May 20, 2011]
Strength:

Man these are the BEST rolling tires I have ever had on my bike! Superb traction at 35psi on our dry sandy gritty SoCal trails. They feel light and have great pick up when you need to hammer.

Weakness:

None so far

Like 'em. Going to ride the San Juan Trail this weekend and expect great things!

Similar Products Used: Maxxis High Rollers, Igniotor. Nevegals TOMAC, IRC Mythos, Conti's.
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
dclaffey   Racer [Apr 05, 2011]
Strength:

has strong side walls great tread for front and rear. works great as tubeless.

Weakness:

hard to get off rim

great tire i ride my tires at 15 psi and they grip on everything. this tire will work out great for anyone that rides on cross country trails.

Similar Products Used: none
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
BBW   Weekend Warrior [Nov 11, 2010]
Strength:

fast rolling, good grip and good sidewall (TNT), good volume (2.2)

Weakness:

tight fit on the rim (Stant's Flow) but not that difficult; just required more patience. Still didn't have to use a lever

My new favorite tire; used to go back to crossmarks but this tire weights less, rolls faster, has more volume and has plenty of grip!!!
Also, price is decent compared to many other overpriced tires!

Similar Products Used: Crossmark, Specialized fast rack, pythons, nevegals, vertical pro, WTB, SB8......
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
clintadel   Cross Country Rider [Sep 06, 2010]
Strength:

Will not loose its bead! fast rolling! you can change direction for traction, but it has plenty of traction on fast direction. Best tire I have ever used.

Weakness:

a little hard to get on the rim, and i am told it will not go on every Rim.

I was told the specialized tires that came with my bike were top of the line, and they probably were, but not meant for rocky, sand on hard pack riding that i do. I had them replaced under warranty twice, and then just got fed up with them loosing air off the rim, and having to install a tube. (I am tubeless).
These tires have transformed my riding. I take corners and rocks with confidence! It is a stiff ride, my other tires were kind of sloppy.

Similar Products Used: Nevegal, specialized Captain,
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
bloodyknee   Cross Country Rider [Jul 10, 2010]
Strength:

FAST. Holds air very well. Good traction in dry conditions

Weakness:

Wet conditions. A little hard to get on the rim

I'm using this as a rear tire only. Coming from a Kenda Nevagal, this tire has much less rolling resistance and it feels like you are flying on it. Great traction in dry conditions. However, if you are riding in wet conditions or have technical creek crossings, look for something different. I'm giving it a 3 on value because it's expensive and rarely on sale. I'm giving it a 4 on overall for dry conditions only.....

Similar Products Used: Kenda Nevegal, Specialized multiple tires, Maxxis Crossmark
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
Dave   Cross Country Rider [Jul 10, 2009]
Strength:

Good tubeless tires.

Weakness:

Not great on the rocks and technical stuff.

Great for cross country, but go with knobbies for the tough stuff (which is what we have in central Maryland). I had Hutchinson Pythons on my Sultan and I switched to Toros, which I thought these would be similar to. I just bought a second pair of Toros for the MCR.

Similar Products Used: Hutchinson Toro
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
Slowup   Cross Country Rider [Feb 09, 2009]
Strength:

( TNT version) Very fast rolling, tremendous on loamy trails where they handle incredibly, good wear, well made.

Weakness:

No fun on wet roots and rocks as they will send you flying without carefull line selection, hard compound that takes some set up with air pressures for the specific terrain. ( Maybe not so much a weakness as a strong trait)

Impressive tire in the right circumstance. For our West Coast weather, I'll be trying the new Gato to see how it fares.

Similar Products Used: First time w/ tubeless
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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