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Maxxis Ardent Tyre

38 Reviews
SKU: 4944
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38 reviews

* 26* - Paired with

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* 26* - Paired with a TR 3C Ardent RACE on the rear it is the best tyre combo I have ever run. I run tubeless, pumped up first time with no pin holes or leaks. Pedal much better than previous sets of Schwables and Continentals, yet have more grip everywhere. Great tyre!

Grippy, maybe too grippy

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Using as a rear tyre, had maxis ardent race before and thought Id try the chunky Ardent. Its great and super grippy, just maybe a too much grip and a bit slower climbing than the race version. My local trails suit the race better I think..

Worth it for the look?

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Ardent tread and compound is perfect for everything Canberra has to offer. But within the first week of riding, both tires popped off the bead on small features and sent sealent everywhere. Not stoked. Hopefully this doesn't continue. At least they look awesome! Next time maybe a different manufacturer.

Good rear tyre.

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Good rear tyre.

This tyre grips in many

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This tyre grips in many situations like no other. A good allrounder

Maxxis ardent tyres

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Handles well ,excellent grip

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