Ritchey WCS Megabite Tire - Tubeless

Ritchey WCS Megabite Tire - Tubeless
Ritchey WCS Megabite Tire - Tubeless
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WCS Megabite Tire - Tubeless by Ritchey
The original Ritchey Megabite, appropriately, took a chunk out of the cyclocross scene upon arrival with successful campaigns in drop-bar cycling's winter proving ground. With a fresh update for the modern-world of gravel quests, the Megabite comes in a 38mm width that offers a suppler ride and is tubeless ready. So if you feel a bit non-committal to a strict cyclocross program, the wider Megabite opens up the back and country roads for some gravelin' as well.A lighter tread pattern on the Megabite adds to its versatility and sees it capable of running through some slop, peanut-butter mud, and smooth single-track with speed and agility. And the 120tpi casing adds puncture resistance for all your adventures.

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SKU: RITA09Y
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