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26-Inch

MICHELIN Wild Grip'R2 Tubeless Ready
MICHELIN's Wild Grip'R2 has a sticky rubber compound and an optimized knob pattern which ensures great handling. The center knobs are fast-rolling in the dry, yet spaced wide enough to promote mud shedding. And, consistently sized shoulder knobs provide predictable cornering grip so you can lean the bike over with confidence.
Sunlite Street Tire (28 x 1 1/2)
$22.99
• Urban/recreational tire with shallow, grooved tread for multiple conditions • Size: 28 x 1 1/2 • ISO 635
Sunlite Street S-5/6 Tire (26-inch)
$27.99
• Recreational tire with horizontal grooves for traction • Size: 26 x 1 3/8 • ISO 597
Specialized Fatboy Tire (26-inch)
$36.99
Turn your mountain bike into a road warrior with Specialized Fatboy tire. Fast and smooth, these treads are primed for the city streets. This tire also features Specialized's Flak Jacket technology for excellent flat prevention.
Continental Trail King
$39.99
The oversize casing on Continental's Trail King features a massive footprint and a rounded shape. Its open tread pattern sheds mud so your tires will stick in nasty course conditions. It's a great dry condition tire as well, and the Trail King will give you the added traction you need to fly down the hill and get to the bottom first.
Serfas Drifter City
$39.99
Serfas' Drifter is a great tire for cruising down the bike path or rolling down city streets. The tough 69 durometer rubber maximizes mileage while the inverted tread reduces rolling resistance for efficiency on the road. Plus, Serfas' Flat Protection System lets you ride worry-free.
WTB Slick
$40.99
The Slick is the tire for those year-round, all-weather commuters. The Slick utilizes a smooth center for rolling efficiency and deep outer grooves for enhanced control in wet conditions. - Usage: Trekking / Comfort - Conditions: Dry to Wet / Pavement - Compound: Distance - Casing: Durable - Bead: Wire - 26": 540g - 29": 979g - 700c: 505g
Schwalbe Energizer Plus Tire
$44.99
Schwalbe's Energizer Plus rolls through the intersection of puncture protection and speed. You get ample security from flats, thanks to Schwalbe's 3mm GreenGuard puncture protection. Whether you're setting out on a cross-country bike tour, cruising on a tandem, or just want peace of mind during your daily commute, the Energizer is ready to keep going and going.
Specialized Borough Armadillo 26-inch
$49.99
From paved roads to dirt roads to no roads at all, the Borough Armadillo tire has a tread capable of performing on multiple surfaces for maximum enjoyment. And with its Armadillo maximum flat protection, smooth-running center section, and minimal, hard-biting shoulder knobs, the Borough excels in urban/transportation and all types of adventure riding. - Casing: 60 TPI - Bead: Wire - Compound: 70a - Flat Protection: Armadillo - 26 x 1.75", psi 40-65, approximate weight 700g
Schwalbe Big Apple HS 430 Performance (26-inch)
$55.99 - $59.99
Cruise in style with Schwalbe's Big Apple Performance tire. Their wide, round Balloonbike profile provides natural cushy suspension, and it rolls easily thanks to the smooth tread. Plus, you get their RaceGuard puncture protection and lightweight Endurance rubber compound for confident handling.
Schwalbe Durano Performance Line Tire
$59.99
The Schwalbe Durano Performance Line Tire is a true mile eater. This popular option sports a few outstanding qualities: extremely high mileage construction, dual compound for best grip - even training on wet winter roads. It has has a proven RaceGuard protection belt for extra security out on the road.
Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tire 26-inch
$64.99
Schwalbe's Marathon Plus is legendary for durability and protection. Their nearly impenetrable 5mm-thick SmartGuard layer almost eliminates flats over the course of the tire's excellent, long life. Whether you're setting out on a cross-country bike tour, cruising on a tandem, or just want peace of mind during your daily commute, the Marathon Supreme is in it for the long haul.
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