First Look: Delium Launches Four Affordable Tires

Oct 7, 2021
by Seb Stott  

You may not have heard of Delium before, but they're part of one of Indonesia's biggest bicycle tire and tube manufacturers, mostly manufacturing for OEMs since the 1970s. Today they're launching a range of four all-new mountain bike tires, available with three different casings. The range covers everything from XC to downhill, with a simplified lineup designed to be easier to understand and offer "the best bang for your buck". The starting price of $35 for the lightest casing - rising to $45 for the all-round casing and $55 for the reinforced option - is relatively affordable in the context of inflating prices from some of the established brands, Yet Delium's press release claims their tires can "match or exceed our competitors' performance ... by focusing on product innovation and development". Big words.





Tread patterns

Four tread patterns with progressively taller and more aggressive tread should cater to most riders' needs while keeping the range streamlined. (Personally, I've never quite understood why Maxxis feels the need for the High Roller 2, DHR2 and Dissector when all three tread patterns fill a similar niche.) Each of Delium's tread patterns is available in 27.5" and 29", but only one width (2.4" or 2.5" depending on the tire) and a choice of two casings.

Fast Adventure


• Designed for hard-pack and dry terrain
• 4mm centre tread height
• Tire size: 27.5" x 2.4" or 29" x 2.4"
• Casing: Available in All-Round and Light Construction
• Claimed weight: All-round Construction: 950g (27.5"), 990g (29”); Light Construction: 800g (27.5”), 850g (29”)
Steady Adventure


• Designed for mixed terrain conditions
• 4.5mm centre tread height
• Tire size: 27.5" x 2.4" or 29" x 2.4"
• Casing: Available in All-Round and Light Construction
• Claimed weight: All-round Construction: 950g (27.5”), 990g (29”); Light Construction: 800g (27.5”), 850g (29”)

Versatile Adventure


• Designed for any terrain and condition year-round
• 5.5mm centre tread height
• Tire size: 27.5" x 2.5" or 29" x 2.5"
• Casing: Available in All-Round and Reinforced
• Claimed weight: All-round Construction: 950g (27.5”), 990g (29”); Reinforced Construction: 1200g (27.5”), 1250g (29”)
RuggedAdventure


• Designed for maximum traction and cushioning in technical terrain
• 6mm centre tread height
• Tire size: 27.5" x 2.5" or 29" x 2.5"
• Casing: Available in All-Round and Reinforced
• Claimed weight: All-round Construction: 950g (27.5”), 990g (29”); Reinforced Construction: 1200g (27.5”), 1250g (29”)

It's hard not to draw parallels between the Delium Rugged tire and the Maxxis Assegai. Both have alternating three then two centre tread blocks, with alternate rectangular and L-shaped shoulder tread. One difference is that the Assegai's paired centre tread blocks alternate between parallel and "pigeon-toed" orientation, while the Rugged pattern repeats exactly every other block.

Maxxis
The Delium Rugged Adventure (left) and Maxxis Assegai




Casings and Compound

Delium's tires are priced by the casing, with the lighter casings being cheaper. The Light construction has two construction zones, with a reinforced layer in the bottom half of the tire sidewall only, along with a dual-compound tread pattern. The All Round casing adds an extra layer of impact protection near the bead, plus a triple-compound tread with softer rubber on the shoulder tread. The Reinforced casing adds an Aramid bead for extra pinch protection and uses softer compounds than the All Round tires.



The tires are available to buy through deliumtires.com. We've got a set coming for testing so look out for a review in the future.






167 Comments

  • 104 8
 Between life, kids, and other hobbies, I don't have time to become an expert on all things mountain biking. This became somewhat evident a month ago when I needed new tires for my enduro bike. The Maxxis lineup was overwhelming. I don't need that much choice in an attempt to eke out that last bit of performance. These prices are great, but the simplicity of their product lineup is what thrills me. A quick read, and I know exactly what tire to buy. They don't even give me width options. Perfect.
  • 86 51
 I retract my enthusiasm. I clicked the link, added a set of tires, and went to check out. They make you create an account to complete the purchase (no option for guest checkout). Maybe that's a non-issue to some, but that drives me nuts. I'm not joining your stupid club just to buy some bicycle tires. I'm out. And your tires are stupid.
  • 70 0
 @ticklechicken: You seemed to join our stupid club just to talk about bicycle tires and you didn't even need to buy anything...
  • 237 3
 @ticklechicken: Hey, glad you are excited about the range. Sorry about that issue on the website. We have just updated the site so you can now checkout as a guest on our website. Happy riding!
  • 120 0
 @DeliumTires: yoooooh that's some immediate feedback response
  • 70 1
 @DeliumTires: Talk about a quick response and enacting change based on customer feedback. You won me over with just that--buying some now.
  • 11 0
 @DeliumTires: That's dope. I shall now visit and buy some
  • 8 0
 I have to agree that a really simple matrix of tread-x-casing is great for those of us that don't ride enough to be able to detect the shoulder knob shape just from the feel of cornering. And the pricing is a lot closer to my level of seriousness. I don't agree so much with "your tires are stupid" as a response to the web site developers' design choices, but hey - that's just me.
  • 10 1
 How hard is it to put an assegai on the front and a dhr2 on the back?
  • 12 0
 @friendlyfoe: With or without inserts?
  • 1 0
 If you don't like option what you need is Versus tires. They've got what, one tire option?
  • 3 0
 Totally agree. After years in this sport I am totally baffled with the insane amount of different versions of the same tyre there is. A simplified line up will be a winner.
  • 2 0
 @friendlyfoe: And how many versions of them are there? Loads
  • 10 3
 I dont know how busy you can be, but how hard can it be??? Its just names for the same variation of variables:
light casing
middle casing
DH casing(with dd being something like a soft DH)
then
harder rubber for rolling and wear life
softer rubber for more grip
super soft for dh
then you just take most of the permutations of those variables and thats it. Ask yourself, do I only care about grip? do i care about rolling speed, etc etc, etc
It annoys me so much that people are kinda asking for "apple" type products, "it just works", " its the best. source:trust me bro".
  • 6 1
 @pablo-b: Tbf it is actually quite confusing and time consuming when you are a busy normal human being and just need a new tyre to replace your worn out one. So many different widths, compounds and casings. Don't even get me started on price for a bicycle tyre!!
  • 7 3
 You guys know that you can easily get good tire recommendations right? Go to your local bike shop or wheelbuilder, where people ride the same trails you do, and are expected to know the product as part of their job. Yep, you may pay a couple bucks more than in the bargain bin at CRC, but you just saved yourself a bundle of time which is presumably more valuable than the extra couple buck spent supporting a local business.

Maxxis offer a wonderful range of tires that will cover you for any kind of train, riding style and preference, and weather or season if you want to get nit picky. Toss in Schwalbe, Michelin, and a few others, and you have an abundance of good rubber. Why limit yourself to just one brand. Choice is a wonderful thing. Happy to see a new player add to the volume of choice we have. Welcome, @DeliumTires
  • 6 0
 @privateer-wheels: but what if they're all maxxis fanbois and havent tried anything else.. because erm..iphone Wink
  • 3 1
 @juanny: tried michelin and Vittoria in an enduro casing. Back on Maxxis because its just better in every way.
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: Damn, that is GOLD!
  • 1 0
 @friendlyfoe: What!? I thought dissector was becoming the new darling for the back wheel?
  • 1 2
 Tires are the last place you want to skimp out on.
If you don't have enough time to learn basic things why are you on pinkbike?
  • 2 0
 @DeliumTires: Any chance you'll offer a 27+ sized tire in 2.8-3.0" widths?
  • 1 0
 @ticklechicken: Why so much violence?
  • 3 0
 @DeliumTires: that was an impressive display of customer service fellas.. cheapeau!!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 What are you on about, just buy minions.
  • 3 0
 @SeaHag: We are considering making plus size tires but at this time we want to keep our range simple. So we will take our time in making the right decision to add another tire option. Happy riding!
  • 1 0
 @st-lupo: My experience was that dissector was a bit easier to pedal than DHR2 but a huge drop off in braking traction. DHR2 imo is easier to pedal than the wild enduros, rolls faster, tons of braking traction yada yada,
  • 88 2
 This is how much mountain bike tires should cost.
  • 10 0
 Agree 100%. The cost of tyres nowadays is totally nuts
  • 4 0
 I guess thing are different in North America but in europe most of the top end tyres are about this prices but in €
  • 14 0
 can we now address the cost of brake pads.
  • 3 1
 @mikelevy that kind of depends on the manufacturing conditions where they're made & the production methods.

If the people are being treated good, the plant is turning the place into a toxic dump and they're doing good things for good people, then the cost is reasonable.

But a company out of nowhere hitting that price point???
  • 2 1
 Careful you will be accused of being a communist and and sent off to central Saskatchewan ( the Canadian mountain bike equivalent to Siberia).
  • 1 0
 If they last as long, and ride as well, sure. My tubeless 29” Maxxis tires last ages compared to the 26” versions of 15 years ago…
  • 1 0
 @its-joe:

I think that most people have not addressed or accepted that the current inflation issues are not temporary. We are going to have to do more with less.
  • 2 0
 @MinTheMerciless: Brake pads are so insanely expensive! I was so happy to get my latest gen XTR's. They perform unbelievably well. Then I had to get pad replacements. If I go with finned, it's as much as these tires. crazy.
  • 2 0
 @blowmyfuse: We have been making tires since 1956 and bicycle tires since1970 In our own factory. You could say we have been around while . This is also the reason we have the experience and are able to hit a great price point. Happy riding!
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: I am just going to go ahead and point this out, since I have no corpoate obligation not to - these tires are coming from the biggest OEM manufacturer in Indonesia, the place Maxxis, Scwalbe, Michelin, etc. are manufatured. I am pretty willing to trust they are going to be good.
  • 2 0
 @rrolly: I was going to say “way cheaper than a hospital trip” but then saw Canadian. Enjoy!
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: Just to be clear my post had a word left out. "the plant is turning the place into a toxic dump" should have read "the plant is NOIT turning the place into a toxic dump"

Was intentionally attempting to not offend
  • 45 0
 Big words indeed. This price tag, feels so right
  • 3 1
 Why even bother when we can get originals for 53€?

www.bike24.de/p1373979.html
  • 6 0
 @pakleni: "Currently 0 in stock"
  • 18 0
 @Speedgoat9: Hey, apologies that there is no stock right now. We have a container of stock arriving in the US mid to late October. Pre-orders will be shipped out then
  • 3 0
 @DeliumTires: lol, arriving as in sitting in a long line at the port for months?
  • 4 1
 @DeliumTires: I wasn't referring to your tires being out of stock, I guess I could have been more clear. I was pointing out that the link @pakleni posted showing maxxis tires for cheap was out of stock
  • 1 0
 @Speedgoat9: delivery time 8-15 days
  • 2 0
 @DeliumTires: What's the shore hardness for the soft and very soft rubber compounds?
  • 1 2
 @pakleni: 53€ is too expensive for me. I paid 44€ for the DH 3c mg tr version delivered free from CRC.
  • 1 0
 @dave-f: Well it's 76€ for 29" and they don't even offer DD version
  • 1 3
 $10 for shipping is a bit of a turn off. At $65 for the rugged model, I can get a discounted Maxxis w/ DD casing.
  • 4 0
 @pakleni: unless it's in stock I trust nothing from the bike industry in terms of lead days/expected ship days right now
  • 30 0
 @firechickenextrasauce: We have just updated our shipping prices based on your guys feedback, Over $100, free shipping and Under $100, $8 shipping
  • 8 0
 @chize: Check out our technology pages www.deliumtires.com/pages/technology but our softest compounds are on the Reinforced Casing it's 42sa on the side knobs and 50sa center.
  • 5 0
 For anyone who's too lazy to compare, the softest Delium construction (Reinforced) is the same durometers as a Maxxis 3C MaxxTerra with 50A in the center and 42A on the cornering knobs, all over a harder base (65A for Delium, 70A for Maxxis).

MaxxTerra-class rubber is fine most of the time, but it looks like you can't get the softest compounds on the lighter casings with Delium. I don't tend to get many punctures or casing tears so my faves are MaxxTerra and MaxxGrip on EXO casings. With Delium I'd need to go up to the tougher casings at another 200g per tire to get sticky rubber.
  • 1 1
 @DeliumTires: Ebike specific tires? Asking for a friend....
  • 1 0
 @pink505: All our tires are certified to the ECE-R75 standard for e-bikes.. We don't believe there needs to be a separate specific spec for e-bike tires but rather picking the correct tire for your use and then the correct casing. If you are riding advanced terrain on your e-bike then it would be best to choose our All-round or Reinforced casing.
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: I was wondering why I got a $20 refund from you guys. Thanks!
  • 2 0
 @melanthius: the fact they are using a softer base adds compliance and traction - I would not write them off without having a go. Super sticky rubber can necessitate a harder base to avoid tire squirm, which actually promotes wear. I suspect these could be a better compromise all around.
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: Wow, that's pretty amazing level of responsiveness (re: shipping costs) and flexibility on pricing. Good sign of engagement in the market, for sure. Anxious to hear ride reports, once people get these in hand.
  • 33 4
 So Ardent, Nobby Nic, DHF and Assegai?
  • 23 5
 I'd say Rekon, Nobby Nic, Butcher, Assguy.
  • 4 4
 ardent Nobby Nic Mazza and Assguy
  • 2 0
 Really wish they'd done a dhr2 look alike. In 2.4. Stupid frame that doesn't have clearance for a 2.5.
  • 3 0
 can you launch a new tire nowadays without trolling yourself?
  • 2 0
 "Versatile" looks closest to a Kenda Pinner Pro
  • 2 0
 They picked the right tires to copy. Would say and DHR2 or Dissector copy would be good too.
  • 2 0
 Booster pro, Nobby Nic, DHF and Assegai
  • 21 0
 These look like an idelium solution to overpriced bike tires for any adventure.
  • 9 1
 Oh, get a grip!
  • 6 2
 @mi-bike: these stupid puns really tire me out.
  • 7 0
 Its great to see an upstart tire company working hard to get traction in this market!
  • 1 0
 @mediocrityontwowheels: Tread lightly or you will get maxxis grief from the pun police here in the PB comments section.
  • 2 0
 @gomeeker: that's kenda cool
  • 18 0
 The Rocky Mountain product manager is so excited right now.
  • 8 0
 Really looking forward to the reviews on these. If they end up being good, I'm definitely getting some. Tired of spending big money on maxxis tyres, dealing with insane wobble and tearing them apart in no time.
  • 1 1
 I don't understand the wobble comments. I understand what you mean, but I have never seen it. I switched from Kenda and Specialized to Maxxis tires about seven years ago on three different bikes and have never seen it at all. That's a good amount of tires. And most of my riding group runs Maxxis as well. Weird.
  • 1 0
 @rrolly: I guess I've had really bad luck. Probably 75% of the tyres I install on my bikes at the moment come with some pretty significant wobble. Not enough to really effect riding, but its kind of a bummer when I make an effort to keep my wheels true.
  • 1 0
 @Darwin66: I believe you, I just have never seen it myself on any of my Maxxis, Kenda, or Specialized tires.
  • 10 0
 Eh. I'd give them a try but they only ship to the states.
  • 3 0
 I was already reaching for my wallet. Damn.
  • 1 0
 @nozes: same here, for once I even took a minute to go have a look at the link but it seems that Euro MTB isn't good enough :/
  • 2 0
 We are working hard to get our European distribution up and running as soon as possible. Keep your eyes peeled on our social platforms for updates on this.
  • 5 0
 This is the way tires should be named. Things I can look at and understand. Maxxis stuff is so confusing with its overlapping offerings and ridiculous letter and number combinations.
  • 2 0
 Thank you for this - I thought it was just me. I replace the Maxxis tires that come stock on most bikes I have with the exact same model because I find their overall product line confusing AF.
  • 2 0
 @extratalldirtrider: Haha, same here! I tried to figure out how to research and remember the meaning of the things but I just do not have the brain space. I had Rekons on the rear and tore lugs off of one. I replaced it with a DHR because I wanted something tougher but could not figure out what exactly. I would have absolutely bought something called the Maxxis Versatile.
  • 1 0
 @extratalldirtrider: You don't need to get the Maxxis Versatile when you can get the Delium Versatile instead Wink
  • 1 0
 @DeliumTires: thanks and maybe someday. Your tires aren’t proven as far as I know in the US. Good luck!
  • 6 0
 Check out CST - largest off road tire manufacture and parent Co. of Maxxis. Very good.
  • 4 0
 cst bft's are perfect mix between dhf and dhr II
  • 3 0
 Versus Tire is also good
  • 1 0
 @mior: My favorite tire for sure!
  • 3 0
 Thread pattern - check
Weight - check
Price - check
Performance - ?


I would assume will be just fine for day to day riding, also priced similar to Specialized tires at the discount

I like All round construction tho
  • 4 0
 I hope an actual review is made. Pinkbike has a habit of saying they'll review stuff in First Looks and not always following through (see: Microshift AdventX)
  • 2 0
 I'm not super familiar with XC tires, but isn't 990g very bad for XC?? Just looked up a 2.4 rekon 29" with EXO (seems comparable to "all around" construction) and those are 840g... so that's adding 0.33 lbs per wheel to your bike in that case. And I'm pretty sure most XC tires are lighter. And the true light weight 2.25 rekons are 670 grams... unless I'm missing something, seems like they should have just skipped the XC option and stuck with the minion and assguy knockoffs where people will more happily trade grams for $s.
  • 1 0
 Most people on "XC" bikes are not on "XC race" bikes - they go ride fireroads, streets and maybe easy singletrack sometimes. Call it "trail sport" if XC bugs you.

This tire is for them.

Weight weenie racer is clearly not the target demographic here.
  • 5 0
 "inflating prices". I see what you did there Seb.
  • 3 0
 So, the price MTB tires should be. Nice. Too bad every other company is happy to charge $75-90 for a tire, because prestige pricing.
  • 2 0
 um, Maxxis 29 DH tires are now $106 at retail.
  • 2 0
 I still remember a time where you could get High Rollers and DHFs for like $35-40 a piece and it wasn't too long ago at all. I remember getting the first iteration of Magic Mary's on like super-duper-special price from bike-discount.de maybe 7 or 8 years ago which worked out to like $30 a tire. Boy how times have... literally not changed at all, but the prices sure did.
  • 2 0
 @Sweatypants: I remember a time when you could get maxxis tires on sale for $20. Like an idiot I bought 4 maxxis mobsters 2.7 to stock up. Still have one of them in pretty much mint condition.
  • 1 0
 @kcy4130: I got some shorties off of nashbar or performance bike (same company) for 16 bucks a pop 3c maxxterra
  • 2 1
 I don't see the selling point here. Assuming they ship to Europe at some point, they're 55 USD (Reinforced Rugged/Assegai). This will presumably translate into +-55€ once you add duties and taxes. That is pretty much the going rate for Maxxis, Schwalbe or Michelin at most online retailers.
  • 2 0
 Have you checked Jensonusa recently for tyres? All Maxxis are $70+, most at $90 for current models.
  • 4 1
 @GSuperstar: I have not as my comment was regarding the European market, not the US market.

That being said, $55 for the tire + $20 US shipping (Jenson ships for free) + presumably some import duties (no info regarding shipping is available on their website) and you're pretty much there as well for a completely unproven product.
  • 5 0
 Hey guys, sorry! for now we only have a container of stock for the US due to the current supply during these times. We will soon have stock available in Europe/UK to order. Keep your eyes peeled on our social platforms for more updates
  • 2 0
 @undercoverfreak: Hey guys, sorry! for now we only have a container of stock for the US due to the current supply during these times. We will soon have stock available in Europe/UK to order. Keep your eyes peeled on our social platforms for more updates
  • 1 0
 @undercoverfreak: Your very first sentence was about the 'selling point' of these tyres. They are $20-35 cheaper than a lot of tyres in the US market. That's the selling point Smile

As for Europe, they're an Indonesian company, not a US company so the conversion rate may be different If they directly ship to a distributor in Europe.

To go back on your point:

Delium Reinforced Assegai Equivalent USA - 55USD

Actual Reinforced (DD) Assegai USA - 95USD

Actual Reinforced (DD) Assegai Europe - 55EUR


So based on Maxxis your calculations of Dollar equivalent to Euro doesn't work out.
  • 2 1
 @GSuperstar: So by your calculations, these should work out at 20-35€ per tyre in Europe then? Because if they don't, I still fail to see the selling point in Europe.
  • 1 0
 @undercoverfreak: not everything is about Europe Smile

They’re not ‘my’ calculations. They’re actual facts haha.
  • 4 0
 @undercoverfreak We have just updated our shipping prices, Over $100, free shipping and Under $100, $8 shipping and we are planning to be competitive on the European market too, bringing a real price difference to give the rider the best value on high-end tires
  • 1 0
 No, this is not affordable, this is normal. 55 usd for a reinforced tire should not be considered as affordable, this is too much
Few years back, you could find any Maxxis DH casing tire for 40 € ! Now, even the old minion dh is so expensive
  • 1 0
 rubber shortage, container shortage, workforce shortage due to covid, energy cost spikes, rampant inflation, demand spike...

sorry, "a few years back" means jack squat
  • 1 0
 I still think it's funny when all these companies knock off that useless giant lug in the middle of the Assegai. When Bontrager posted the pressure maps of its se6, it was obvious that lug only got in the way, but they kept it because otherwise it wouldn't have that copy appeal.
  • 1 0
 Continentals and Schwalbes start at 20€. They weight less. They look better, imho. It is always interesting to see new product tho, even if it largely resembles existing constructions.
  • 1 0
 I like the premise, I am the target market. Hope the pricing doesn't create a false impression of lesser quality that may hinder the brand. If they are available in Canada I've found my next tire to try.
  • 1 0
 @AndrewHornor Thanks for the kind words Andrew. We are working hard to get Canada up and running as soon as possible. Keep an eye on our social platforms for updates on this. Happy riding!
  • 3 0
 the Versatile looks pretty dang good
  • 3 0
 Looks like just what I need: good looking tires with good prices
  • 1 0
 Too bad we can't get them in Canada yet. US shipping only.
  • 2 0
 I like the price, but are the center knobs misaligned in the first picture?
  • 3 0
 How dumb, bikes only need two tires.
  • 2 0
 Deli tyre parent company of delium tyres see here-
delitire.com/website/company/about-us
  • 1 0
 They look great, particularly the ‘beefier’ two of the tread options. Top marks for simplicity, useful product options and great price points, these deserve to do well.
  • 2 0
 Nice price. Hope they’re quality. I’d give them a go.
  • 2 0
 liking the prices of these!
  • 1 0
 Cheaper is not always better, I like traction. Sell my $90 tires that I know that won't let me down.
  • 2 0
 The rugged and versatile look great!
  • 1 0
 Who wants inexpensive tires? Personally I'm waiting for someone to crack the $200 per tire mark.
  • 1 0
 Look at MSRP on fatbike tires; it's been done already.
  • 1 0
 Looks interesting! I´ll stick to my michelin race line 34s for this year tho!
  • 2 2
 Not one word like..... tubeless...... tubeless ready.............cushcore i mean WTF?
  • 4 0
 Under the 3 drawings, each one says 'Tubeless Ready' in the bottom left...
  • 2 1
 @GSuperstar: thank you I did not see the black box but my point is that it is not in the printed release only on some sort of picture. It should be in the short description along with weight and rubber compounds.
  • 4 0
 @madmon: Hey, all our tires are tubeless ready and you can find all the info needed about our tires and their technology on our website www.deliumtires.com under the technology page. Happy riding!
  • 1 1
 @madmon: On their actual website all the tyres list themselves as tubeless, as well as compounds etc.

Edit: Beaten to it Smile
  • 1 1
 I think at this point it’s almost a given. Non-tubeless performance mtb tires basically don’t exist (some dh exceptions)
  • 1 0
 $20 shipping, what a kicker
  • 5 0
 @ajpratt We have just updated our shipping prices based on your feedback, Over $100, free shipping and Under $100, $8 shipping
  • 2 0
 @DeliumTires: wow right on, just ordered
  • 2 0
 Looks like a minion.
  • 2 1
 Yey.. delicream have a tires flavors
  • 1 0
 I'd be willing to try the Assegai similar version....!
  • 1 0
 Yeaaah 26 ain't dead!....oh wait
  • 1 0
 @deliumtires Are these tires made in Indonesia?
  • 2 0
 Yes are tires are made in our own factory in Indonesia where we make a lot of other tires for high end mountain bike brands Smile
  • 1 0
 any plans on uk distribution?
  • 1 0
 We are working hard to get these into the European and UK market as soon as we can. Keep an eye out on our social platforms for updates on this. Smile
  • 1 0
 Let me know when they are available in the UK!
  • 2 0
 We are working hard to get these into the European and UK market as soon as we can. Keep an eye out on our social platforms for updates on this. Smile
  • 1 0
 still cost more than the tyres on my van
  • 2 1
 Looks familiar I think
  • 16 0
 I'm getting sick of all these round tires!
  • 12 1
 @noapathy: Buy Maxxis - the wobble is included
  • 1 0
 @brandaneisma: With prices lately, I wobble every time I need a tire.
  • 2 2
 Rekon, Nobby Nic, DHR2, DHF
  • 1 1
 competition is always great!! but no word about tubeless?
  • 2 0
 All our tires are tubeless ready. For more info about the technology of our tires you can check out our website and the technology page. All relevant info about casings, compounds and compatibility are there. Smile Happy riding!
  • 1 1
 looks like a wtb
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