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OnzaLynx Tubeless Tire - 29in
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Like its namesake, the Onza Lynx Tubeless 29in Tire bounds smoothly across varied terrain and digs in for extra traction when things get loose. Its knobs are strategically placed for fast rolling speed in the straights, with beefy side knobs for boosted grip in the corners. Whether you're pouncing off the line or exploring your favorite trail system, this tire inspires confidence to push the limits just a little bit further.

  • A versatile all-mountain and XC tire
  • Dual compound rubber balances grip and durability
  • Supple casing provides a smooth ride
  • Center knobs roll fast while side knobs dig into corners
Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
Dual Compound
tubeless-ready clincher
C3 120
Recommended Use
cross-country, all-mountain, mountain bike

Actual Weight

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RC2/C3 120tpi, 29x2.25

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Grip galore but no speed demon.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

So far the tires have been rock solid. Nice grip on loose rocks and roots. I have run Nobby Nics for the last few years. So this is what I can compare them to. I don't know if it is the weight difference or the tread pattern but the Lynx feel slower on hard pack. As I said before they make up for that on the loose stuff. I will post in about 3 months about how well they hold up. In the past that was when my Schwalbe's tended to have the side knobs peel off and give up the ghost.

OK I given it some time and the casing is showing some ware but the side nobs a still holding. It has been a good tire for the rocky limestone trails in the ATX. Also held up better than than the Nobby Nics.