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thebigheezy konaworld's article
Jul 31, 2020 at 6:12
Jul 31, 2020
thebigheezy mikelevy's article
Jul 16, 2020 at 14:01
Jul 16, 2020
Why Are We Using 12-Speed Drivetrains? - The Explainer
I think Box has it figured out. 9 speed wide range. Wider chain and wider cog spacing allow for more room for error if the hanger gets slightly bent and added durability. This is what I want for enduro racing. Keep the 12 speeds for light riders that want more efficient range.
thebigheezy mikekazimer's article
Jun 15, 2020 at 8:32
Jun 15, 2020
Review: Vittoria's New Mazza Tire
The Mazza might look similar on paper, but in reality, the Morsa has much lower profile knobs. The Morsa will not perform as well in varied terrain and soil types. Personally, I feel the Morsa would be best in dry, fast rolling, low angle or machine build bike park riding, where as the Mazza performs much better in more aggressive terrain where you want the larger lugged and siped knobs to really grasp obstacles and dig into the dirt on a steep bit to provide better braking strength.
thebigheezy mikekazimer's article
Jun 15, 2020 at 7:59
Jun 15, 2020
Review: Vittoria's New Mazza Tire
Ah, new product releases are my favorite. A time where all of pinkbike users become testers through rigorous hours spent rolling through images and comments in the comfort of couches and office chairs to turn assumptions to truth... This is REAL feedback from the trail. This tire completes a line that Vittoria has been growing over the past few years. Of course there will be resemblance to other tires throughout product lines. You could all argue the new ford ranger looks a lot like a toyota tacoma, because yes, its a mid-size truck in the year 2020. The Martello is a great fast rolling dry tire great for places like moab, while the Mota is great for soft soil or mud like that in the PNW, but the Mazza is important to bridge the gap in between. As the review above confirms, the Mazza are superior in a wide range of changing conditions and this tire will become my primary set for all types of soil and weather. There are distinct differences when compared to other tires in the same family produced by other brands and that is why these tires are worth a try. Some people have done a good job picking up on the details of this tire and how it translates to performance, but to reiterate some of the highlights: The aggressive siping gives this tire impressive and predictable grip. The knobs have the ability to grasp obstacles which translates to keeping you on the intended line. The graphene and 4C compound translates to better durability and the need to change your tires out less. We have all seen the Maxxis side knobs hit that point after a couple weeks where they begin to peel off. That will not happen with Vittoria's 4C/graphene combo, but instead they will slowly decay over a noticeably longer amount of time. To anyone debating why to spend $69 on a Vittoria versus similar offerings, this fact about the longevity and durability should be justification enough as this tire will last you longer than it's competitors, thereby saving you money. I have raced this compound for 5 weeks in the rear and over 2 months in the front without compromising traction. For all those so passionately opposed, I challenge you to ride one.
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May 31, 2020 at 20:39
May 31, 2020

Vittoria Martello Tan Wall 29" x 2.35

$50 USD
Never used Vittoria Martello 29" x 2.35 tire. Features Enduro Casing (thicker sidewall) Graphene with 4C compound and tubeless ready. These tires have excellent durability, rolling resistance and flat prevention. 120 TPI sidewall and 940g weight. This tire is made for dry, rocky or firmer soil conditions. Shipping not included

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May 31, 2020 at 20:36
May 31, 2020

Vittoria Mota Tan Wall 29" x 2.35

$50 USD
Never used Tan Wall Vittoria Mota 29" x 2.35 tires. Multiple sets available. Features Enduro Casing (thicker sidewall) Graphene with 4C compound and tubeless ready. These tires have excellent durability, rolling resistance and flat prevention. 120 TPI sidewall and 940g weight. This tire is made for wet, muddy or softer soil conditions. this is $50 per tire, $80 for a set. Shipping not included

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May 31, 2020 at 20:32
May 31, 2020

Vittoria Martello 27.5" x 2.35 Tan Wall

$50 USD
Never used Tan Wall Vittoria Martello 27.5" x 2.35 tires. Multiple sets available. Features Enduro Casing (thicker sidewall) Graphene with 4C compound and tubeless ready. These tires have excellent durability, rolling resistance and flat prevention. 120 TPI sidewall and 940g weight. This tire is made for dry, rocky or firmer soil conditions. this is $50 per tire, $80 for a set. Shipping not included

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Selling
May 31, 2020 at 20:27
May 31, 2020

Vittoria Martello 29" x 2.35

$50 USD
Never used Vittoria Martello 29" x 2.35 tires. Multiple sets available or combine with Mota tire. Features Enduro Casing (thicker sidewall) Graphene 2.0 with 4C compound and tubeless ready. These tires have excellent durability, rolling resistance and flat prevention. 120 TPI sidewall and 940g weight. This tire is made for dry, rocky or firmer soil conditions. this is $50 per tire, $80 for a set. Shipping not included

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May 31, 2020 at 20:19
May 31, 2020

Vittoria Mota 29" x 2.35 Enduro Casing

$50 USD
Never used Vittoria Mota 29" x 2.35 tires. Multiple sets available or combine with Martello tire. Features Enduro Casing (thicker sidewall) Graphene 2.0 with 4C compound and tubeless ready. These tires have excellent durability, rolling resistance and flat prevention. 120 TPI sidewall and 940g weight. This tire is made for wet, muddy or softer soil conditions. this is $50 per tire, $80 for a set. Shipping not included.

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