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specialized butcher

Another brand reworking its tyres is Spesh. Bigger, meatier rubber is on the menu, like this 2.6in Specialized Butcher served up with Gripton compound.

Score 8

maxxis minion dhf

What do you get if you tweak the Maxxis Minion DHF to suit wide rims? This ‘Wide Trail’ version is designed to square off less with the beads stretched out.

Score 10

If you’re riding dry and rocky, and want a long-lasting tyre that absolutely rules in these conditions, the Continental Der Kaiser is totally recommended.

Score 9

Designed for maximum grip and stability, and tough enough for enduro racing, without the weight of a dedicated downhill tyre, the TRSr looks perfect for the kind of riding I…

Score 6

Secure cornering hold that comes at an earlier lean angle, which will suit riders looking for consistent grip

Score 8

As a rear tyre the firmer rubber is a good trade off — braking hard doesn’t kill the centre tread too quickly and we’ve yet to puncture the SE5.

Score 8

Really hugs and tracks the terrain, making it confident and locked-on, in both wet and dry conditions.

Score 9

As an all-rounder the Tomahawk falls short, but as a rear-specific dry condition tyre it comes recommended.

Score 8

While it stops short of promising world peace, Schwalbe’s dual-chamber Procore system advertises some lofty claims — increased grip, improved comfort and an end to pinch flats and burped tyres.…

Score 8