Town and country Continental 26 x 2.1 Tire Review
Bicycle police around the world use Town and Country tires on their bikes and I now see why. The Town and Country Continental tires work great everywhere performing well dirt and gravel. These tires jump curbs with ease zoom through the neighborhoods and stop on a dime. I have been using these to zip around  [...]
Specialized Butcher Grid Tire Review
Sturdy enough for aggressive downhill riding without compromising rolling resistance on the uphills, the 2.3” Specialized Butcher Grid 2Bliss is an ideal all-mountain tire. Find out what I liked about testing this Specialized tire in Colorado in my review below. Specialized Butcher Grid Review At 780 grams (26” version), the Grid isn’t the lightest on  [...]
Continental Vertical Tire Review
Continental pitches the Vertical tire as a ‘classic’, stating that it’s at home on all trails. As far as I can tell, this is dead on. When I first started riding on the Front Range, I had difficulty staying upright when I was cornering on loose, dusty trails. After a day when I went down  [...]
Specialized Armadillo Elite Tire Review
The redesigned Specialized Armadillo Elite offers superb durability without compromising on rolling resistance—it might just be one of the best road training tires on the market. In fact, the durability is so good, you might start leaving your spare tube at home. After nearly 1,000 miles of testing on pavement and dirt roads, this tire  [...]