Charging down gravel roads is where you get your adventure fix, and now that the snow has melted you're ready to push up the high-alpine roads that you only get to dive down for a select few months of the year, so you want to make sure you do it right. A good way to start is with the Maxxis Rambler 650b Tubeless Tire. Made with a durable, dual compound rubber, and a race-ready 120 TPI, the Rambler features a gravel-specific tread that's also prepared to hit the hardpack. It combines tightly packed knobs at the center that keep you moving quickly on singletrack and dirt, while wider spaced side knobs boost grip and dependability when you're cooking it into corners with significant speed. The tire is available with EXO protection for a boost of durability on the long road ahead. EXO involves a flexible, cut-resistant fabric layer in the sidewalls, which helps to reduce, well, cuts in the sidewalls from flint gravel roads. On top of the EXO protection the tire also comes to you with a tubeless-ready casing, which adds yet an additional element of puncture resistance, all the while allowing lower tire pressures to keep you floating over chattery roads and poorly-graded gravel alike.
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