Whether your idea of a bike expedition is car camping with a few days of singletrack in the San Rafael Swell, or completing the Triple Crown of ultra-bikepacking, you'll need a solid, trustworthy tire that rolls fast wherever you take your two-wheeled steed. Enter the Teravail Sparwood, a lightweight, supple, durable tire engineered with treacherous mountain passes and epic quests in mind. At 2. 2in wide, this 29er tire wants to roll quickly, and yields to rider comfort on a fully loaded bikepacking rig. Small, directional lugs make up the tread pattern, and excel in propelling you forward through loose and dry conditions, whether you're on cross country trails, jeep roads, or backcountry singletrack. Should you get caught in an overnight hailstorm, turning your dry desert hardpack into peanut butter muck, the tire is equipped with wider outside lugs to shed mud and maintain traction in those critical moments. Although the Sparwood is suitable for cross country and jeep trails, it's reinforced with woven aramid fiber, claimed to be twice as strong ad Kevlar, and lighter weight, so you don't have to give up on durability in exchange for a light weight tire with low rolling resistance.
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Teravail Sparwood Tire - 29in
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