Discover a new way to get to your destination. The Connection Trail mountain bike tires deliver ride-refining confidence for journeys along a well-worn trail, and offer plenty of comfort when the path leads you to the road less traveled.
- Excels on pavement and the trail
- Great value
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Store SKU|
|29 x 2.0||601479176779||432302||19434|
|26 x 2.0||601479165674||430952|
|27.5 x 2.0||601479217700||505091||19433|
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Rolling resistance is not a problem on pavement keeping psi at 50 or higher. Lightweight and good traction on the trails.
It was a great deal!! They roll smooth, but at the same time have great control as they roll better than the previous tires I had on my hard tail 29er!! I still have plenty of miles to go before I could say how long they will last, but the first day has been great!
I have over 3300 km on them and they are still in good shape. Mileage mostly done on pave. It is a good tire and I feel safe with them especially on loose stuff. Keeping the air pressure at 50 psi they are good on pave and hard pack. I surely will buy again.
up until now I am very satisfied with the handling and performance of these tires. They are much faster than the previous tires. Still a good grip in loose stuff but driving on hard pack sand they are slower. I will buy them again.
I use these primarily for street riding, but don't want something too wimpy, so they're perfect for me. Low rolling resistance, get great traction in loose ground... Awesome tires. *****
Works good on cross country races, center tread will give you speed on the hardball and enough tread for single track. No issues with flats as long as Ive keep it 55-60 psi. Not much tread wear from the first 400 miles.
Smooth and quiet ride, better then most I have had in past. Good wet grip on turns and cross walk pads. Will buy again.
i used this tire on my trek 3700 and loved it for the road but once i took it into the trails it was prone to flats and provided very little traction when needed i would find myself walking it due to no traction