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Kenda Nevegal DTC Folding MTB Tyre
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|26 x 2.1||
Out of stock. Normally available in 2-4 weeks
|26 x 2.35||
Out of stock. Normally available in 2-4 weeks
The Nevegal DTC uses Kenda's dual compound rubber that gives a harder centre for faster rolling and longer life with a softer compound on the edges for maximum grip when cornering.
Top Features of the Kenda Nevegal DTC Folding MTB Tyre
- John Tomac Signature series
- Ultimate tyre for all conditions from loose or hard pack
- DTC dual compound for long life but maximum grip on the edges
- Folding bead
- Can be used for either front or rear
- Available in black
- Sizes: 26 x 2.1, 26 x 2.3
- Weighs approx: 610g to 707g
|Threads Per Inch:||120|
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
Undoubtedly the greatest and most successful mountain bike rider of all time, John Tomac lends his name, expertise and experience to create this fantastic range of Kenda premium tyres.
Dual Tread Compound
The ultimate tread compound. Kenda's L3R PRO compound (60 shore A durometer) in the centre and the cornering knobs have STICK-E compound (50 shore A durometer). The benefits are great center tread life, and great cornering control and grip. Found typically in Kenda's Legends Series and race/performance tires.
|John Tomac Signature Series.|
|CAP or CAP PLY as it has been referred to is an added layer of material that is under the tread area and runs from bead to bead. Generally used in Kenda Premium Downhill Tires as a puncture resistant material designed to prevent pinch flats.|
|Kenda is Certified by Mavic to build tubeless tyres to the UST (Universal System Tubeless) standards. Tubeless tyres offer decreased rolling resistance for easier pedaling. By eliminating the tube, lower air pressure can be achieved and the chances of pinch flattening is eliminated.|
|The ultimate tread compound. Kenda's L3R PRO compound (60 shore A durometer) in the center and the cornering knobs have Stick-E compound (50 shore A durometer). The benefits are great center thread life, and great cornering control and grip. Found typically in Kenda's Legends Series and race/performance tyres.|
|A slow rebound rubber (50 shore A durometer) for the ultimate in grip and traction control. The slow rebound rubber acts like a form of suspension that conforms to the trail, rock or roots surface instead of bouncing off it. Used primarily on Kenda's large downhill(2.35, 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7) tyres.|
|Found mainly on Kenda's K-Generation tyres, SRC combines the best attributes of low rolling resistance, extreme durability and tread longevity into one universal package that benefits riders of all disciplines.|
|Best for Rough and Rocky Terrain.|
|Best for use in light mud.|
|Best for Hard Pack and Dry Terrain.|
About the Kenda brand
Kenda is one of the largest bicycle tyre manufactures in the world and with the introduction of John Tomac, often referred to as 'the greatest mountain biker ever lived' by many cycling magazines. John he has lent his expertise and wealth of experience to make Kenda the tyre of choice be it racing or casual riding.
|ETRTO Number||Dimension (26")|
|25-559||26 x 1|
|32-559||26 x 1.25|
|40-559||26 x 1.5|
|47-559||26 x 1.75|
|50-559||26 x 1.9|
|54-559||26 x 2.1|
|57-559||26 x 2.125|
|55-559||26 x 2.2|
|60-559||26 x 2.4|
|ETRTO Number||Dimension (29")|
|50-622||29 x 2.0|
|55-622||29 x 2.2|
|60-622||29 x 2.4|
|This is a generic size guide and not all tyres will come in the sizes shown.|
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Magazine reviews for Kenda Nevegal DTC Folding MTB Tyre
Review from MBUK
The bigger sizes of the Nevegal have impressed us in the past, withtheir thick casing and soft rubber, but we've previously turned a bit of a blind eye to its lighter weight XC-based carcass.
It was only when we rode this tyre on the Marin Attack Trail recently thayt we realised just how good it is an an all-round XC and general thrashing tyre.
The paddle-like centre row of tread hooks up well - and clears all but the claggiest of gloop, while the intermediate shoulder knobs are fairly prominent, offering great control in off-camber situations.
The shoulder knobs are adequate for most cornering, but come unstuck a little on the irritating clay that we suffer from round here. That said, they've been great everywhere else. Our only reservation is that the casing is fairly thin, although to date we haven't had any punctures.
A great all-round tyre, available in lightweight XC through to rock-munching DH variants.
Rating: Performance: 7 | Value: 8
Review from Bikeradar
The often forgotten Kenda tyre range has a gem for the UK. The Nevegal 2.1 DTC's shallow, hard compound centre tread with leading edge knobs makes this a quick one in the wet.
Combine this with the softer compound yet well-supported side knobs and you have a tyre with great cornering grip.
The open, shallow tread clears quickly, but the round profile may not suit aggressive riders in turns.
Good value, tubeless-ready dual compound tyres with great wet-weather tread
Product Q & A
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I actually run 2.5 tyres (Maxxis Swampthing) on the front and back for more grip, less force on the wheels and increased safety. These particular tyres are superb for winter time. There is a massive difference between a 2.1 and a 2.5 tyre.
Some people think that the front should be narrower to improve steering but this is not really applicable to mountain bikes. Narrow tyres on the front (and wider on the back) are used for motorbikes and some performance cars.
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