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WTB Bronson 29er Race Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 WTB122
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$54.98
MSRP:
$65.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

WTB Bronson 29er Race Tire

This widely spaced linked tread tire takes charge in a broad range of conditions from dry hard pack to mud. The Bronson's ramped center knobs roll fast while square-edged side blocks bite tenaciously at lean angles. An open tread pattern makes quick work of muck as low rotational weights keep you rolling faster. Conquer all seasons and conditions, ride Bronsons.

  • 29er rolls over anything in Mr. Bronson's way
  • Ideal for all seasons and conditions
  • DNA rubber compound enhances steering and durability for optimal rolling speeds and shock absorption

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

29 x 2.2

Threads Per Inch

60

Compound

DNA Rubber Compound

PSI

35 - 65psi

Bead

Aramid

Weight

700g

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Holy Traction Batman!!! - Jun 10, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
REDLANDS, CA

This tire is the Bees Knees! The cat's pajamas! The... I can't think of another one! The center lugs are tapered and quick rolling, and the outside lugs are tall and oh-so-grippy. It's super predictable and delivers tons of grip right when you need it. This tire has saved my bacon on several occasions. Loose, Loose over hard, hardpack, and loam are all no problemo for this ridiculous slab of rubber. I haven't had a chance to run it in wet, but I'm sure it will rock. It isn't the lightest tire out there, but I would way rather sacrifice a couple grams for the performance. You'll have greater control and be able to hold way more speed than on whatever race tire you're currently running, and that's worth it!

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meh - Jun 07, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
haddon heights, NJ

Update from a previous review. I really couldn't take the squirmyness as the tire wore. I eventually ended up switching this to the rear and putting the wolverine in the front. The wolverine's rounded profile handled much better. This tire did pretty well as a rear though. The only thing I really had a problem with in the rear is the deep knobs picking up leaves and much and throwing them into my front derail/chainrings. Tire held up pretty well but I wont be buying it again

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For the TCS but basically the same - Apr 30, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
New Ulm, MN

I have the 120tpi TCS (tubeless) version of this tire and it's by far my favorite tire. Not sure what the 2 star reviewer is talking about... i've never had this tire give out on me. The tall aggressive side knobs do the opposite of giving out, they grab everything in sight. I run this both front and back and will be ordering my second set soon. I've gotten a solid 2 years of pretty hard riding out of my pair.

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For the TCS but basically the same - Apr 30, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
New Ulm, MN

I have the 120tpi TCS (tubeless) version of this tire and it's by far my favorite tire. Not sure what the 2 star reviewer is talking about... i've never had this tire give out on me. The tall aggressive side knobs do the opposite of giving out, they grab everything in sight. I run this both front and back and will be ordering my second set soon. I've gotten a solid 2 years of pretty hard riding out of my pair.

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Worst Tire - Apr 09, 2014

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2 out of 5 stars
HURST, TX

I have been riding this tire as a front tire for just over a month. It is horrible. The only reason I give it 2 stars is that it is actually great in sand and gravel. On loose over hard and on hard pack it is the worst. As I can figure the side knobbies are too tall and soft and have a definite edge. They easily give out on just easy corners, while bombing downhill is downright scary. I have it set up tubeless and have tried different pressures from 22 - 32 lbs. and there is no difference. Happy Rolling!

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Decent all around - Apr 03, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
rochester hills, MI

Been riding this tire as a front for about 6 months and so far its decent. It rolls fairly well but slower than the Bontrager XR2 that it replaced. The side knobs could use some more support as they tend to flex a lot and get squirmy on lower lean angles, they also pack up with mud a bit so they arent ideal for that. On hard pack and loose dirt they are pretty good and grip well but I found they dont stick to roots or wet rocks so great. Also would be nice if they came in a wider size, the 2.2 is as wide as claimed.

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Good all around tire - Jul 15, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars
Camden County, NJ

I bought this Bronson to be the front tire on my Trek Marlin and have been riding it about 2 months. So far I like it, I wouldn't say I LOVE it but it seems to be a good "all around" tire. Deep knobs but rolls really well. Cornering is good until a certain point and then it gets squirmy. Sharp turns on hardpack is where you notice it the most. All in all I'm pretty pleased with it but my next front tire will likely be a weirwolf. I'm sure it would be ok as a rear tire as it rolls well but my wolverwine digs in so well I can't imagine putting this in the back.

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