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Bontrager XR3 Team Issue TLR MTB Tyre

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£29.99 - £39.99 £39.99 Model 11640
A versatile Tubeless Ready trail tyre with fast-rolling yet aggressive tread.
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Sculpted for cross-country performance

The XR3 Team Issue Tubeless Ready mountain bike tyre is the right choice for high performance over the widest range of trail conditions. An advanced rubber compound and Inner Strength protection make it a great pick for everything from racing to trail riding.

Product details

  1. A versatile trail tyre that excels in a wide variety of conditions
  2. Intermediate tread design for consistent traction and cornering across many trail conditions
  3. The Tubeless Ready (TLR) tyre for easy tubeless set-up and puncture protection
  4. Supple and strong: the Inner Strength casing provides lightweight sidewall protection
  5. The lightweight 120 TPI casing provides great ride feel and tyre performance

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Features

Inner Strength

Our Inner Strength Casing is made of lightweight nylon inserts that provide strong, supple sidewall protection for added tyre durability.

Go tubeless

A properly set up tubeless system lets you run lower tyre pressure for better traction, added confidence and a smoother, faster ride.

Better together

Bontrager offers a complete tubeless system including wheels, tyres, sealant, valves, and rim strips. Every part of this set-up is designed to work smoothly together, for the best in performance and ease of use.

Specifications

Size 27.5" x 2.35" 29" x 2.2" 29" x 2.3" 29" x 2.4"
Diameter 27.5" 29" 29" 29"
Width 2.35" 2.2" 2.3" 2.4"
TPI 120 TPI 120 TPI 120 TPI 120 TPI
Durometer 62a/60a 62a/60a 62a/60a 62a/60a
Type Tubeless Ready/Clincher Tubeless Ready/Clincher Tubeless Ready/Clincher Tubeless Ready/Clincher
Maximum pressure 50 psi 50 psi 50 psi 50 psi
ETRTO 58-584 56-622 58-622 61-622
Weight 705g 695g 705g 745g

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