How often are you going to be riding on these. The Intense FRO compound is really nice, sticks well, and never had the tires washout on me. The only downside is that they can wear pretty fast, and they arent the cheapest tire.
For fire roads, and hardpack, im going to say the DH-FRO if its just your DH bike. I run the 909's but its usually really soft and slick up here. The downside about them is that the shipping is expensive for tires, try and find an LBS that can hook you up with free shipping.
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