I've just had to retire a set of Panaracer Trailraker's (26x1.95), I found them very good for the usual Pennine winter gloop. Unfortunately they don't make them anymore and it seems 26 inch rims are also old hat so I've been struggling to find a replacement.
Does anybody have any recommendations for anything similar?
Have a look at Maxxis Shorty.
Wouldn't now be my winter choice at 650b/29, but you are limited at 26 nowadays.
Will do, thanks
I’ve used Continental Verticals for a variety of terrain from the mud and roots of Drumlanrig to the rough rocks at Dalbeattie.
They’ve lasted well, are cheap and perform as well as anything else I’ve tried.
Continental trail king in 2.2s.... they do a less aggressive mountain king too. Frame width might be tight though.
I’ve found the Michelin wildgripper mud tyres very good. Cheap too.
thanks for the suggestions, very helpful
Ive got that exact tyre in vgc! Its sat unused and will happily send it to you for £13
Ill message you now
check your spam/junk as i find ukc messages often go there even though its on my safe list
Thanks, I did reply but sounds you might not have got it.
Sounds good though I’ll take it please, let me know how you would like paying,
PayPal please as friend/family and include your address of course, ill post 2nd RM tomorrow
Owenarman 42 @ msn.com
Thanks, just done
Got it ta!
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