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OnzaIbex Tubeless Tire - 29in
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Item # NZA0008

Grip it.

The Onza Ibex 29in Tubeless Tire channels its namesake's ability to dance effortlessly through steep, rocky terrain as it navigates the mountains. In place of hooves, this tire boasts a widely spaced, open knob pattern for sure grip and fast transitions through a wide variety of surfaces. Whether you're rolling a gravel transfer route, navigating unexpected mud, or bombing buttery smooth singletrack, this tire is up to the task.

  • A versatile enduro and all-mountain tire
  • Dual compound rubber balances grip and durability
  • Supple casing provides a smooth ride
  • Wide knob spacing grips in variable conditions
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Dual Compound
tubeless clincher
FRC 120
Recommended Use
all-mountain, enduro, freeride

Actual Weight

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RC2/FRC 120tpi, 29x2.25

Claimed Weight

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[29 x 2.25in] 735g, [29 x 2.4in] 880g

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I decided to give Onza tires a try. I have been on somewhat of an anti Maxxis kick for a little over a year. Not because Maxxis are bad, but I had just realized that I have ridden nothing but Maxxis for the last 3 years and wanted to broaden my horizons.
So, here we are.
I am stoked on this tire. I am running the Ibex as a rear tire on my Yeti SB130. I started with a 2.4 but the SB130's tire clearance is pathetic out back and I was getting it to rub in the corners. Competitive has a super lenient exchange policy and I was able to exchange the 2.4 for a 2.25 that would clear my stays. Running about 28 PSI and I have been impressed with how well this tire hooks up and how quickly it rolls. I have done several trail rides and a 20+ mile day running lift laps at Deer Valley.
Great cornering traction, Low Rolling Resistance and they are still looking new. Granted, I have maybe 50 miles on them, but I have had other brands of tire that show wear by that point. Long term will tell, but I think these will last just like my Maxxis tires have.
In case you are wondering what I paired this up with, up front I am running the Aquila 2.4 and it is excellent as well. I would say slightly faster rolling than the DHF and just as good when it comes to traction.