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45NRTHFlowbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire
$140.00

Item # NRH0005

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Item # NRH0005
Description

Flow for the snow.

Let loose on snowy fields and flowy, winter singletrack with the 45NRTH Flowbeist Tubeless Fat Bike Tire. Billed as a front-specific tire, the Flowbeist boasts tall side lugs made from a softer compound to grab the snow and guide you through the turns. Its aggressive knobs are set wide to float over the snow and dig in when needed while its tubeless-ready bead lets you choose between tube-free and traditional clincher setups. The Flowbeist is designed to pair with the rear-specific Dunderbeist tire and seat on rims ranging from 65 to 102mm wide.

Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Size
26 in x 4.6 in
Type
clincher, tubeless
TPI
120
Recommended Use
snow and sand
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited
Weight

Actual Weight

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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Grams

Oz

Black 120 Tpi, 26x4.6
1396g
49.24oz

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Stuck like glue

    I have this paired with the Dunderbeist. I ride in an area where it is often very soft and sections of the trail are very steep. This has been a great set up for me so far this winter. No sidewall issues for me

    Grippy...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've got this paired with the Dunderbeist rear as a pair and so far have been impressed by the grip. Others have mentioned sidewall issues, but no problems for me so far after 8 rides.

    Pros: Grippy, ability to go tubeless

    Cons: Pricey