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At once big, grippy, and fast rolling, the Maxxis Ardent TR 29in Tires give the large-wheeled crowd trail-smoothing volume and confidence-inspiring traction. With aggressive blocky side tread and ramped center knobs, the Ardent TR corners like a boss and stops on a dime while maintaining a surprisingly low rolling resistance, making it perfect for virtually any surface — soft, hard, or loose.

As the name indicates, the Ardent TR is tubeless ready, so you can ditch the tubes and ride lower pressures to save yourself the hassle of dealing with punctured tubes and sketchy grip. The foldable bead snaps easily onto your rim, and the dual-compound rubber serves up a winning combination of grip, speed, and durability. At 2.25 inches wide, the Ardent TR is also the perfect width for just about anything, so you can slap it on front, back, or both and hit the trails in every condition.

Tech Specs

29 x 2.40 in
60 PSI
Claimed Weight:
750 g
Recommended Use:
mountain bike
Manufacturer Warranty:

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5 5

Not TR, but still works tubeless

I've been running this on the front on my Yeti ASR Carbon and have yet to wash out. It's great in loose over hardpack conditons, and even handles itself well in the chunkier places. This tire is not does not have the Tubeless Ready designation from Maxxis, just the EXO casing, but I've been running it tubeless for a month plus now without any loss of air.