Challenge Gravel Grinder Race 120TPI Clincher Cyclocross Tires 700c x 42mm

CAD 44.49

RRP CA$80.99


Save: CA$36.50


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  • Not To Be Used Tubeless
  • Use: All Around Gravel
  • Size: 700
  • Tire Width: 42 mm
  • Internal Rim Width: 17-23 mm
  • Weight: 375 gr
  • TPI: 120
  • Bead: Aramid
  • Casing: Nylon
  • Flat protection: PPS
  • BAR: 3-5.5
  • PSI: 45-80
  • Gravel Grinder
  • Cyclocross
  • Gravel
  • Road
Tire Use:
  • Cyclocross
Tire Compatibility:
  • Clincher
  • Challenge

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worst tires I’ve ever owned

Used these for probably a dozen rides and can’t keep them on the rims they explode off tubeless Ended up stranded save your money

AVOID - Poor Quality

These tires ride great and are easy to install; however, the rear split apart after less than 100 miles. Luckily I was only a mile from my car when the tires malfunctioned; I wouldn't trust these tires on any kind of bikepacking excursion.