A non-tubeless version, but still with great features, the All Mountain Mavic Crossride Quest 29er tyre provides great traction, even in the corners, and rider comfort. The single compound (60a) also gives a good mix of grip and wear resistance. Guard tyre casing is reinforced with an extra layer that helps reduce punctures All Round Compound (ARC 60a): mix of grip and wear resistance Ramped knob support for better braking and improved durability High spaced knobs for increased traction High side knobs for better cornering Specification Size: 29" (29er) x 2.25" Weight: 710g TPI: 60 Compound: Single Breaker: Guard Product Data MTB: Yes Tyre Bead: Folding Wheel Size: 29" (622) A mountain bike is an amazing exploration tool.
|Crossride Quest 29 Folding Tyre Specification|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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Founded in 1889 by Charles Idoux and Lucien Chanel, Mavic are a bike component and clothing manufacturer, primarily known for strong yet lightweight rims. The famous yellow logo has appeared on hoops for many victorious professional riders throughout cycling's rich history. In 1934 Antonin Magne won the Tour De France on their Dura tube rimmed wheels, which weighed nearly half that of their competitors. Clothing and footwear are more recent addition to the Mavic stable, and have a reputation for being functional yet affordable. For an in-depth guide to the history of Mavic, please visit their website or wikipedia page.
This product is for sale at Chain Reaction Cycles, one of the largest online cycle shops in the world. Opening in 1985, and starting off as a small independent bike shop in Ballynure, it moved to Ballyclare in 1989 and is now based in Doagh (all in Northern Ireland)... For more details on CRC, visit my Chain Reaction Cycles section.