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Maxxis Rambler Gravel Tyre

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Description

A gravel specific race tyre from Maxxis that is designed with extra volume for comfort. It also features tightly packed and ramped centre knobs for rolling efficiency with spaced-out side knobs to provide predictable grip in the corners.

Features:

  • Maxxis' famous EXO casing for strength
  • A dual compound for durability and grip
  • Tubeless ready construction
  • Available in 60 or 120tpi
  • A Carbon bead to keep the weight down but retain strength

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Black
27.5 Inch
1.85 Inch
EXO 120TPI
Dual Compound
TR Carbon Folding
$62.95
Black
650B
47B
Silkshield 60TPI
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TR Carbon Folding
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Dual Compound
TR Kevlar Folding
$61.95
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EXO 120TPI
Dual Compound
TR Carbon Folding
$62.95
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700c
40c
Silkshield 60TPI
Single Compound
TR Kevlar Folding
$59.95
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45c
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Dual Compound
TR Kevlar Folding
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700c
45c
Silkshield 60TPI
Dual Compound
TR Carbon Folding
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Black
700c
50c
EXO 120TPI
Dual Compound
TR Carbon Folding
$62.95
Black
700c
50c
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Dual Compound
TR Carbon Folding
$62.95
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EXO 60TPI
Dual Compound
TR Kevlar Folding
$54.95
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Reviews

5

Best gravel tyre I’ve used

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I have only used the 60tpi version and I love the performance of this tyre . It is as close to a mtn bike tyre you can get with really strong sidewalls and it can take abuse when you start to get rough with it on rougher single track etc. Thousands of kms on these run tubeless and zero flats . Enough grip for intended use, only downside is if you want the thicker tyres to avoid flats you gotta accept the extra weight .

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Best gravel tyre I’ve used

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I have only used the 60tpi version and I love the performance of this tyre . It is as close to a mtn bike tyre you can get with really strong sidewalls and it can take abuse when you start to get rough with it on rougher single track etc. Thousands of kms on these run tubeless and zero flats . Enough grip for intended use, only downside is if you want the thicker tyres to avoid flats you gotta accept the extra weight .

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Maxxis Rambler Gravel TyreMXSRMBLGRVT
Black - 27.5 Inch - 1.85 Inch - EXO 120TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784037820
Black - 650B - 47B - Silkshield 60TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784037912
Black - 700c - 38c - EXO 120TPI - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784037998
Black - 700c - 40c - EXO 120TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784038070
Black - 700c - 40c - Silkshield 60TPI - Single Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784037974
Black - 700c - 45c - EXO 120TPI - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784034539
Black - 700c - 45c - Silkshield 60TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784034546
Black - 700c - 50c - EXO 120TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784037851
Black - 700c - 50c - Silkshield 60TPI - Dual Compound - TR Carbon Folding4717784037868
Skinwall - 700c - 38c - EXO 60TPI - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784037981

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