Win It Wednesday presented by Hutchinson




How does Win It Wednesday work?

Simply enter your name below and click "Enter" for your chance to win a pair of Hutchinson Griffus Tires and a signed jersey from Isabeau Courdurier!

Prize Details:


Hutchinson Prize Pack Details:

Born from the Racing Lab, a collaboration of elite athletes and engineers, the Griffus 2.4 is the ultimate rear tire for ripping big lines. Staggered, offset knobs provide a continuous contact patch for consistent, reliable traction while pedaling or braking, with a low lug height to reduce squirm. The RR Gravity rubber compound features firm structural support overlaid by a softer side density at the surface for cornering traction, with more deformation and slower rebound to help soak up big landings and hard hits. Pair with the Griffus 2.5 front for the perfect enduro combo.

When you need to make sure you hit every line, the Griffus 2.5 is the pick. Designed for wide rims, the Griffus 2.5 features a tread compound optimized for front-wheel traction, with lines of aggressive tread blocks for confident cornering and braking grip. The RR Gravity compound features three different rubber densities for the perfect blend of support and suppleness whether you’re sticking a landing or railing a blown-out berm. While the Griffus 2.5 is designed around front tire handling needs, it’s ideal as a rear tire for the most extreme tracks where braking control is paramount.

We are also very happy to offer you a unique signed jersey from our most impressive Isabeau Courdurier as well as a brand-new range of tubeless accessories aimed at simplifying the installation, maintenance and repair of going tubeless and extending the life of your tyres.

Learn more here.

Prize Pack:

1x Griffus 2.5 + 1x Griffus 2.4 ($79.99 each) : Griffus 2.4 Mountain Bike Tire Hutchinson Cycling // Griffus 2.5 Mountain Bike Tire Hutchinson Cycling
1x Hutchinson Injector tubeless syringe ($14,99)
1x Hutchinson 5L Protect’air sealant ($99.99) : ProtectAir Max Sealant - Hutchinson Cycling
1 x Hutchinson Plugs kit ($19,99) : Plugs Kit - Hutchinson Cycling
1x Hutchinson Tubeless Ready tape ($19,99) : Tubeless Ready Tapes - Hutchinson Cycling
1x Hutchinson tyre lever ($9,99)
1x unique Isabeau Courdurier signed jersey



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The winner of the Hutchinson Griffus Tires & Signed Isabeau Courdurier Jersey is @robdpzero. Congratulations @robdpzero!

Contest Terms and Conditions


**November 3, 2021 at 9:00 AM Pacific Standard Time (“PST ”) to November 17, 2021 at 11:59 AM PST (the “Contest Period”)


20 Comments

  • 15 0
 Hope the winner of this uses all 5L of sealant for their 2 tires.
  • 1 0
 *sploosh* -their tires probably
  • 6 0
 Hugely underrated tyres these. Ran them for a year, wore well, grip was fantastic, zero punctures despite every best effort.
  • 2 0
 Same. Now run them on both bikes.
  • 1 0
 Shhh dont tell anyone
  • 6 0
 Hutchinson 2.5" ETRTO 58-584
Schwalbe 2.4" ETRTO 62-584

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  • 1 0
 There must be a bug in the script because the 2.5" Griffus sizes big, so big that it barely fits in my (non-boost) Suntour fork. Good tyre by the way in the dry from hard pack to loose conditions.
  • 2 0
 Size the exact same as a 2.6 dissector, I ride griffus 2.5 rear with the big dissector front, good combo. I never found confidence in the griffus up front, side knobs are too small imo, compared with center knobs they looks misproportionate...
  • 1 0
 (62mm width)
  • 2 0
 @Clem-mk: Me neither I never found confidence in the griffus up front, except on Spain's dry terrains. I went back to my favorite one: Magic Mary up front (Dirty Dan in winter) and I've got to try the Michelin's Wild Enduro though. Seems to overshine pretty much everywhere...
  • 1 0
 @danstonQ: yep it looks good only on dry and hard, not bad on wet/hard (as rear tire ) but it lacks of cornering biting when it's soft/loose, even dry. Braking and rolling resistance feels like a really good compromise though.
  • 1 0
 @danstonQ: I've just got my ultra soft SG Mary fitted, it's a right bugger on tight rims. I'd say the Wild Enduro has ridiculous cornering grip in anything soft, but pings a bit off wet roots, whereas the Mary has merely good cornering grip, but feels safer on roots
  • 3 0
 Are the tyres actually in hand to give away? I've been trying to get hold of a rear griffus for months and there's no stock anywhere till February I'm told by my LBS.
  • 1 0
 You can probably find some Racing Lab versions in the french webstores.
Also just buy these versions (made in France, light and high quality).
The other cheaper version is chinese, much heavier and perfect crap Wink
  • 2 0
 Put the 2.5 rear it works well
  • 1 0
 Love these tyres. Front and back of the full suss. Perfect and actually not bad in wet conditions either. Only have a problem in the local clay based mud which can clag up a bit.
  • 1 2
 The griffus tyres are very similar to DHR II but nothing on an assegai so buy that. Also the Tan wall is like an exo casing and will puncture easily so don't get them.
  • 1 0
 Maglia...Maglia...Maglia...Maglia....Maglia...Maglia...Maglia...
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