- Halo Choir Master 29er MTB Tyre
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Halo Choir Master 29er MTB Tyre
Aggressive off road 29" tyre using the logical multi-directional tread pattern from the much adored Choir Boy, but in a slightly shallower, less flexible and lighter 3.5mm tread depth.Skinwall Steel bead lightweight all conditions use off road 29er tyre.
Top Features of the Halo Choir Master 29er MTB Tyre
- Directional, universal front or rear tread
- 3.5mm depth tread
- Soft, super grippy compound
- Lightweight, Black skinwall with steel bead
- 29" x 2.35
- Weight 790g
|Use:||Cross Country, Trail|
|Wheel Size:||29" (622)|
About MTB Off-Road Tyres
These tyres are for mountain bikes and intended primarily for off road use, the knobbly patterns provide grip when steering and traction when applying power to the pedals. There is usually a tyre to suit the conditions in which you are riding in so the right choice is important. On dry days a narrow tyre with a smoother central tread can be used, but on a wet day a wider tyre with a deeper knobbly tread pattern is essential or you could be the one in contact with the mud.
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