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I was looking in the 2010 Bontrager catalog and I saw a pic of it on-line at their dealer website today. It is not on their consumer website and I haven't heard anything about it. FWIW, they are not in stock. The team edition is 2.3" and weighs 810g. There are 2 other models ...i think they are both 2.3" but with 60 tpi instead of 120 tpi.
The tire, like the 26" version, is designed for loose and rocky conditions.
Here is a pic off of their consumer website of the 26" version for reference.
Has anybody heard about it? Looks like a fine tire to me.
 

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That looks like it would be an excellent front tire... Might have to give one of those a try when they come out. I agree Bontrager is really pushing out some nice looking tires!
 

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There's no mention of rubber compound.
What do you think it will be for loose and rocky conditions?
It wouldn't need to be soft for rocks or loose...the rocks in New Mexico bite off the knobs of soft rubber tires and spit them out.
If it is a harder compound, it would be a sweet rear tire for these parts.
 
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