Really hugs and tracks the terrain, making it confident and locked-on, in both wet and dry conditions.
As a front tyre for shredders, the wider 2.35in Enduro version is pretty much bombproof.
As an all-rounder the Tomahawk falls short, but as a rear-specific dry condition tyre it comes recommended.
To anyone curious about Plus rubber, we’d definitely recommend this tyre
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.…
An unashamed enduro beast - £55
An amazing budget option - £35
The tread pattern failed to impress - £59.95
A long lasting tyre that's best for pure mud riding - £49
A tyre for the nastiest, gnarliest conditions - £56.99
New tread pattern and casing transforms performance, it’s a very adaptable mixed conditions tyre.
A great XC option - £37.99
A great budget option - £29.99
Might be better in the summer months - £35
Bestter for trail and XC - £49.95
The ambitious Taipan design brief was for a year-round XC tyre suitable for all conditions. To achieve this, Hutchinson uses a widely-spaced tread pattern to reduce mud clogging, and a…
A tough, versatile, aggressive trail tyre that can handle wet or dry conditions - £54.99
Fantastic value but punctured in UK conditions - £30
Best as a rear tyre because it doesn't have pronounced enough edge grip - £36.99
A great rear wheel tyre, offering good grip but enough speed to have you riding all day - £30