e*thirteen Updates Tire Casings, Introduces DH Tire

Jan 7, 2018 at 12:06
by e*thirteen components  

6 Comments

  • 4 0
 I'm running the "old" trs+and trsr and love them! Great grip in wet conditions and also on snow and slipy roots. Better than any Maxxis I rode in the past. The only thing - the roll so slow... Please E13 give us a semislick with good rolling resistance for long tours Smile
Greetings from Tyrol, Mike
  • 1 0
 Michelin Wild Rock'R2 knock offs made by Vee Rubber...exact same side knobs and even "M" shapped center knobs. I cut the long centre knobs on my Wild Rock'R2 front tire to mimic the TRS tire for better braking traction, but run a regular Wild Rock'R2 on the rear for lower rolling resistance.
  • 1 0
 any updates on some testing? I am a poor boy just needing tires to complete my build. Usually run minions up front and high roller in back for DH. They seem like a good deal but racing on the east coast has proven to be unpredictable with weather. Mostly ride and race at blue mountain, snowshoe, 7 springs etc where it can get wet frequently and im on the fence with them.
  • 1 0
 TRSr is a great front tire. Better than any Maxxis for me because I trust the side knobs more. However I too would like a faster tread pattern for the rear. Right now an Aggressor is about right back there.
  • 1 0
 Why adding more than 150g extra weight? Now I can buy the Maxxis DHF for much less $.
  • 2 2
 Unfortunately no 26"

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