TRS Race A/T Gen 3 Mopo Tire - 27.5in by e*thirteen components
Mud happens, and if you're fortunate enough to live somewhere where wet trails don't mean tossing your bike back on the car and hunkering down inside with your favorite bike movie, you'll need a tire capable of hugging into wet roots, staying firm over slick moss, and powering through loose conditions. Fortunately for you, e*thirteen aims to satisfy the needs of those of us who ride the dank, damp loam on the regular with the TRS Race A/T Tire. These enduro-oriented all-terrain tires are built for grip in the wet, with aggressively ramped inner lugs that are spaced to shed mud and reduce rolling resistance, and powerful side knobs to bite into wet and loose terrain. They feature a dual-play Sturdy casing, with reinforced pinch flat zones and sidewalls to hold up to your rowdier trail days, plus e*thirteens MoPo compound. MoPo, short for Motion Potion, was originally formulated to accommodate underground moped drag racing in Thailand (yes, we're also surprised), and as such, it packs in ultra-tacky rubber with slow rebound that doesn't burn up as quickly as other soft compounds. This makes for ultimate grip when you're creeping down steep slabs, barreling into loose corners, and riding the fine line between control and chaos in wet roots.
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