You're kidding right?Looking for the perfect combination for hardpack, loose gravel, and some sand
I run them front and rear for all conditions all the time, myself. They track fine. I think having a good understanding of your bike by knowing it's balance reactions helps with any tires used. I can make my SB8s grip on a frozen lake if I need to.You're kidding right?
Mutano Raptor, maybe.
You see where this goes? There is no such thing. What might work for me might not work for you. Hell, I'll ride with SB8s front and rear and people think I am crazy. But I don't have trouble.
This is like one of those Holy Grail type questions. At least it is for me over the last 20 years.....currently, I'm enjoying either a Maxxis Ardent 2.4 up front or a Kenda 2.35 SB8. For the back tire, I like a 2.1 Nevegal in the DTC. The 2.1 Nevegal is actually a pretty big 2.1...it looks bigger, for example, than my old IRC 2.25 Backcountry's.What tire (2.1 - 2.35) combination front and rear? Tubeless or No Tubeless? Looking for the perfect combination for hardpack, loose gravel, and some sand. :thumbsup: