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Kenda Karma tyre

The Karma II is a complete update of an older Kenda design intended for mixed conditions trail and XC riding – now trendily marketed as down-country. With an all-new tread…

£50.00
Score 9

Specialized Eliminator tyre

Until about eight years ago, Specialized was the absolute value kings of the best MTB tyre world. It sold classic treads like the original Butcher and Purgatory that were actually…

£38.50
Score 9

E*thirteen Grappler tyre

Brand new for 2022, E*thirteen’s latest gravity tyre is this ground-grabbing Grappler – and it’s shot straight to the top of the best MTB trail tyres chart. It’s available in…

£65.00
Score 10

Vee Flow R-CP tyre

This semi-slick forms part of a subset of MTB tyres targeting fast rolling in drier conditions. Rear-specific, other options include Schwalbe’s Rock Razor and Maxxis’s Minion SS, which, like Vee’s…

£54.99
Score 7

Teravail Honcho tyre

This Honcho is US brand Teravail’s aggro trail tyre that comes in two casing options and two widths, and aims to compete with the best trail tyres such as Maxxis’…

£70.00
Score 7

Schwalbe Wicked Will tyre

Only available in 29x2.4in and with extra beef compared to XC models, Schwalbe Wicked Will sits between Racing Ralph and Nobby Nic.

£62.99
Score 8

Teravail Kessel tyre

We’d never heard of Teravail before, so its Kessel tyre was something of a wild card in this test. The US firm makes several gravel and MTB models, with this…

£80.00
Score 8

Specialized Butcher T9

This new Specialized Butcher retains the familiar old tread pattern with its tightly-packed complex knobs and siping, but the T9 label on the side describes the new rubber compound and…

£60.00
Score 8

Pirelli Scorpion Enduro S

Trail and enduro versions are available of the new Pirelli Scorpion; the latter here with a meatier tread and casing suitable for all-mountain riding. Read more: Buyer’s guide to the…

£62.99
Score 6

Michelin Wild AM 2

This Wild AM2 is another brand-new Michelin for 2021. It’s meatier and knobblier than the Force AM, with a more uniform, square, blocky tread pattern. Central paddles are similar to…

£56.99
Score 8

Michelin Force AM 2

Available in 2.4in and 2.6in sizes in both 27.5in and 29in diameter, the Michelin Force AM 2 is designed to be lighter and faster-rolling than the popular Wild Enduro with…

£52.99
Score 7

Maxxis Rekon

Maxxis’s Rekon is essentially a beefed-up Ikon XC tyre with broader shoulders. It’s a pure trail tyre and a popular choice on shorter-travel full-suspension and hardtail complete bikes to inject…

£64.99
Score 9

michelin dh22

The Michelin DH22 2.4in tyre is one of a trio of Michelin's latest gravity tyres that also includes a dedicated mud tyre.

£59.99
Score 9

Maxxis WetScream

The Maxxis WetScream is an old tyre that’s been recently reissued in 29in size with a few tweaks to differentiate it from the existing 27.5/26in ‘Screams.

£74.99
Score 7

The pure grip of the Maxxis Assegai is unquestionable. There’s a less on/off and almost relaxed feel in turns compared to the iconic Minion DHR II.

£64.99
Score 10

michelin comp 34

The Michelin Comp 34 is one of two brand new downhill models tapping into their unrivalled heritage, designed for hard-pack and bike park terrain.

£59.99
Score 9