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MaxxisRambler Tire - Tubeless

Sale $54.00 - $60.00

Item # MXXE01R

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  • Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x40c ($54.00)
  • Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x38c ($54.00)
  • Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x45c ($54.00)
  • Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x40c ($54.00)
  • Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x38c ($54.00)
  • Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x45c ($54.00)
  • Black/Tan Dual Coumpound/EXO, 700x40c ($54.00)
  • Black/Tan Dual Compound/EXO, 700x38c ($54.00)
  • Tanwall/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x50c ($60.00)
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Item # MXXE01R
Description

Rambler Tire

When you're pedaling across dirt roads at lofty speeds, you need some trustworthy tread to keep you in control. The Rambler is a solid choice, pairing a gravel-specific tread pattern with a voluminous casing to bring comfort and grip to all of your off-road adventures. Tightly packed knobs at the center keep you moving quickly on singletrack and dirt, while the wider spaced side knobs offer a predictable feel in the corners.

The Rambler is constructed from a durable Dual Compound Rubber, and comes to you with a tubeless-ready casing that allows for lower tire pressures to keep you floating over chattery roads and poorly-graded gravel alike. It's available with your choice of EXO or SilkShield protection, each offering varied degrees of puncture resistance. EXO involves a flexible, abrasion-resistant fabric layer in the sidewalls, which helps to reduce sidewall cuts from rough and rocky roads. SilkShield goes a step further, constructed with a tough layer of bead-to-bead protection that's able to withstand the jagged flint gravel found on the roads of the Dirty Kanza.

  • Cruise dirt roads with confidence on this gravel-specific tire
  • Tightly packed center knobs boost rolling efficiency
  • Elevated side knobs for predictable grip in corners
  • Tubeless-ready casing lets you float with lower PSI
  • Dual Compound rubber offers longer wear life
  • EXO protection saves your sidewalls
  • SilkShield offers comprehensive beat-to-bead protection

Tech Specs
Compound
Dual Compound
Size
700c x 38mm, 700c x 40mm, 700c x 45mm, 700c x 50mm
Type
tubeless-ready clincher
Casing
single-ply
Protection
EXO, SilkShield
TPI
[black, EXO] 120, [black, SilkShield] 60, [black/tan, EXO] 60
PSI
[max] 60
Bead
folding
Recommended Use
gravel
Manufacturer Warranty
limited
Weight

Actual Weight

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

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Grams

Oz

Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x40c
459g
16.19oz
Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x38c
390g
13.76oz
Black/Dual Compound/EXO, 700x45c
532g
18.77oz
Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x40c
459g
16.19oz
Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x38c
390g
13.76oz
Black/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x45c
532g
18.77oz
Black/Tan Dual Coumpound/EXO, 700x40c
459g
16.19oz
Black/Tan Dual Compound/EXO, 700x38c
390g
13.76oz
Tanwall/Dual Compound/SilkShield, 700x50c
n/a
n/a

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    >Rating: 1

    Doesn't seal

    The tire was pretty easy to seat on the bead but and everything sealed up nicely. After my first 40 mile ride I lost about 10psi. Took it to the LBS for a fresh rim retape. No dice. Further investigation with soapy bubbles revealed two spots on the tread that are pissing air more than Stan's can seal. Not what I would expect from "Tubeless Ready".

    The
    >Rating: 3

    Good tire, but....

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times
    Fit:
    True to size

    Easy to install, seals right up tubeless. Holds air very well. Rolls nice on pavement, great grip on gravel, ok in wet / slushy conditions. I had 2 tires punctured within less than hundred miles. Happened on routes I have done many, many times with a different brand, never had any problems. Could be a coincidence but both times, something cut right through the center knobs, leaving a 1/4 inch cut. Too big to seal so I needed a tube to limp home. At the end of the ride the cut was almost double and the tube started to bulge out. A few more miles and I would have been stranded. Puncture resistance doesn't seem to be a strength of this tire.