Specialized 04 Enduro Pro 2Bliss Tire Tubeless Tire

Specialized 04 Enduro Pro 2Bliss Tire Tubeless Tire 

DESCRIPTION

A tubeless tire designed to satisfy the most demanding rider in any situation. The Enduro 2Bliss has a higher air volume for both a plush ride and protection from pinch flats. Pro level offers longer wearing tread compound than our S-Works racing version. Throw our Flak Jacket puncture protection into the mix and you''ve got a bullet-proof lightweight tire.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 31, 2007]
Jack
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Specialized satisfaction guarantee
2.4 Massive Volume
Grippy
All the standard stuff that goes with tubeless with sealant.

Weakness:

Have to be very careful to make sure the pressure is over 24 PSI. Anything less and you're in trouble.

Downhilling at Sunrise the tire blew off after a couple burps. The crash when it came off was pretty spectacular too. I don't think it's the right setup for DH. For the standard rider on demanding terrain it's sweet!

Similar Products Used:

Non-tubeless of same tire
Pretty much every other tubed tire out there

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 30, 2005]
Doug
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Big, large volume, very grippy, dual compound.

Weakness:

Not the best mate for narrow rims.

This tire is a true 2.4, dwarfing a 2.5" wierwolf it replaced. Tons of traction. The dual compound allows it to roll surprisingly well and still hook up in most conditions. I have run these tires for over a year and tried both tubed and tubeless versions. At 800+/- grams they are lighter than most other options in their size. The casing is strong enough to take shuttle runs at Downieville and Northstar. Yet the tire rolls well enough for all day epics.

Only complaint I have is that running them on a narrower rim makes them roll over, feel soft, and not track well. In their defense the 2.4 size was over the manufacturers 2.3max recommendation.

Similar Products Used:

WTB wiefwolf, wtb motoraptor, IRC kujo, maxxis high roller

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Dec 22, 2003]
Paul
Downhiller

Strength:

Wide, high air volume, large knobs

Weakness:

can be somewhat 'skaty' in some situations

These tires spread out very nicely on such a wide rim. The grip that the tubless concept adds is very noticable. I've dropped 10 lbs psi in each tire (was 45/50 f/r, now 35/40 f/r). These tires have immense grip on Colorado terrain.

I notice a little tread squirm with such low pressures, but it isn't a problem to get used to. (I weigh 210 lbs).

Similar Products Used:

Enduro Pro (tubed)

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
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