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Kenda Nevegal 650b Folding Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 KENNV2
ON SALE:
$24.97
MSRP:
$60.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Kenda Nevegal 650b Folding Tire

The ultimate tire for all conditions - loose or hard pack and it is consistently voted a winner by Mountain Bike Action Magazine. This is a great performing tire for most riders and it's now available in the new, wildly popular 650b.

  • Designed for low rolling resistance and precise cornering
  • Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear
  • Folding bead, single ply casing

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

650b

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

120

Compound

Dual Tread Compound

PSI

30 - 50 max

Bead

Folding

Weight

750g

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Q: Is this model sealant compatible, a.k.a. SCT?

A: This tire is not sealant compatible.


Q: Is this Kenda Nevegal X Pro Model K1150. It is not specified in the listing. Thanks.

A: These are the NEVEGAL PRO Model K1010.


Q: What is the tire width?

A: You can choose the tire width you prefer from the drop down menu before adding the item to your cart.


Q: is this a tubeless tire ?

A: This is not a tubeless ready tire.


   
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Predictable handler - Aug 31, 2015

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5 out of 5 stars
St. George, UT

I've been buying nevegals for years, primarily for the front tire. I bought my latest tire to replace the Knobby Nic that came with my Trance. While the Nics rolled really well, they didn't corner of grip nearly as well as the Kendas. The Nevegals are not the fastest rollers out there they do offer amazing and predictable griping smooth cornering transition. They do roll pretty nicely considering the aggressive tread, all thanks to the ramped knobs. They feel slow as a rear tire in the 2.35 width, so if you want a fast tire in back get a Small Block 8, but it would be a good rear enduro tire. Love these tires!

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need more mustard - May 07, 2015

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5 out of 5 stars
boston, MA

fill it with more air don't be scared you will be good then work the bead with a tacky sneaker, need about 70-80 psi with tubeless rims

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