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DaNoiZwrote a question about on May 7, 2020

Anyone have any experience on these these in Park City and Corner Canyon moon dust? I'm looking for a faster rolling rear tire while still keeping decent climbing and braking traction. I've ridden the plus size on a Pivot Switchblade and they seemed to do well, so curious about the 2.6 on my 29er. I'm currently on Aggressor 2.5 and like it but looking for something a little less burly.

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DaNoiZwrote a question about on May 7, 2020

Anyone have any experience on these these in Park City and Corner Canyon moon dust? I'm looking for a faster rolling rear tire while still keeping decent climbing and braking traction. I've ridden the plus size on a Pivot Switchblade and they seemed to do well, so curious about the 2.6 on my 29er. I'm currently on Aggressor 2.5 and like it but looking for something a little less burly.

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DaNoiZwrote a question about on May 7, 2020

Anyone have any experience on these these in Park City and Corner Canyon moon dust? I'm looking for a faster rolling rear tire while still keeping decent climbing and braking traction. I've ridden the plus size on a Pivot Switchblade and they seemed to do well, so curious about the 2.6 on my 29er. I'm currently on Aggressor 2.5 and like it but looking for something a little less burly.

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DaNoiZwrote a question about on May 1, 2019

What is the point of Super (Duper)Boost Plus? I thought the whole point of the wider spacing was for increased stiffness which allow the ability to run larger/strong wheels and tires and keep chainstays from growing. So how in the world did Devinci ship a 29er in this day and age where the max rear tire size is 2.4!? Ibis, Yeti and Evil, even Specialized, can all run up to 2.6 with regular boost spacing. And I don't really care about converting to 27.5, plus or otherwise. That is so 2016. I own a Django 29 and love it. I run 2.5 WT Aggressors in the rear and for a trail bike, it's a bomber. I was really interested in this bike but I don't want another wheelset in another size and I'm not interested in paying boutique pricing for ill-conceived, poorly thought out and compromised design. I'm disappointed. Guess I'll go to Ibis or one of the other companies who got it right for long travel 29ers. Rant over.

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