Schwalbe Muddy Mary

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Schwalbe Muddy Mary

13 Reviews for Muddy Mary

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 I've been running this tyre on the front this season and all I can say is it's brilliant! In silty dirt, deep pumice, loose rocks, and giant bolders it has yet to make me think twice about trusting its grip! Lean it over, she loves it!
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 Very versatile tire, clears mud and loam really well! great sidewalls as well, very strong. I ran 25 psi on my front and 30 psi on my rear with these for dh and I didn't flat a single time this season. I spent a couple of season on maxxis minions before these and the minions are great but definately not as performant in muddy or extremely dry conditions. These are definately my current favorites.
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 Can be run at low pressures in comparison to other companies' tyres, clears mud and even snow easily. I wouldn't say this tyre replaces a spike for real mud but it makes an excellent all round tyre geared slightly more towards muddier conditions.
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 First off Schwalbe is an awesome company. Their customer service in 2nd to none. When you call to ask question regarding their products they are more then eager to help. They are knowledgeable and friendly as well.

As far as this tire goes, it is hands down one of the best I have used. I race DH in So Cal and most of our stuff is loose sandy mixed with rocks. I must say this tire handles perfectly. I can ride with the confidence to pin any turn. It has a wide tred pattern with a lot of space between the knobs so not a lot of mud cakes up in the there. Over all a great tire and I recommend it to all my buddies.
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 best all around tire I've tried. They are less stiky than the minion on dry condition but it's by far the best tire for praticly every condition and you can run them at 20 psi when running tube-type tires with non problem
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 best fr tire ever! Endless grip and very fat for 2,5". Short life in Gooey Glooey compound, so use the softer rubber only on the front. Tripple compound for the rear is perfect.
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 You know what glue is? This tire consists of it! Extremely good grip. Some might find it Uncomfortable but if you're riding a soaked trail or areas that require a little more control, this is the way to go.
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 Get the Muddy Mary! The new version, out in a couple of months, has an awesome compound. All of the Vert star series tires will be the fastest on the WC next year. I'll race this tire in WA, OR, CA and BC.
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 Sweet tire for all around freeriding and dh racing. I beat the tar out of these tire and they never missed a beat. they track very well and great braking power.
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 Simply Awesome, for any condition if you can only get one tyre get these! Bit pricey but hunt around you might find them for £30 each. I did.
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 Riding the folding version of this tyre.
+light
+durable
+does well on almost every terrain

-wider than expected (2.35 is wider than maxxis 2.4)
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 They have more grip than anything else I've tried (Maxxis, Continental, WTB, Kenda, Michelin). Good in both wet and dry conditions.
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 Love these tires, they are great in all conditions. The perfect allround tire! Softer compounds will wear faster, but offcourse the grip is better...
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Schwalbe Muddy Mary (MSRP $77.75) — f_img_muddymary_08.gif Our new grip monster. The aggressive intermediate profile grips firmly on any terrain. The SnakeSkin sidewall saves weight without losing stability, while our Triple Compound gives Muddy Mary the optimal combination of easy rolling, durability and cornering grip. The extremely ‘sticky’ competition compound, Gooey Gluey, has for the first time been paired with a flexible underbody that achieves an acceptable rolling resistance.

Specifications Compare to other Tires

Price $78
Weight 997.90 g
Tire Width 2.35-2.5
Diameter 26
Riding Genre Downhill
Bead Type Folding and Wire
Bead Type - there are two main types. Kevlar/Folding Bead (lighter and ca be folded so riders can put them in their jersey pocket or hydration pack incase they rip their sidewall) and Wire/Steel Bead (heavier, cheaper, not as strong or portable, and more difficult to mount on a rim).
Rubber Durometer 67
Rubber Durometer - is the measurement used by the rubber industry to identify a the harness of rubber. This is important as the tire's durometer effects the grip, how fast the tire will wear, and if the knobs on a tire flex.

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