maxxis ignitor tyres

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by dave888

dave888 ive got a panaracer fire xc rear tyre(2.1) n a trail blazer front ? (1.95) or a
small block micheline i cant remember, anyway ive a big gripy tyres on the back for traction
n a small block tread on the front to ease drag/basic cornering stability.
what should i change my tyres too? the fronts getting worm n im thinking maxxis ingnitor
or micheline wilgripper black,26",2.2 max, kevlar, trail riding on lightweight hardtail.
ive the same setup on my mums bike, shal i nick her front tyre n buy her a a new set?

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by thewatchtech

I used to run a nearly identical setup - Fire rear/Ignitor front. I switched to a Nevegal rear and Conti Explorer up front. For me, the Nevegal just proved to be a better all around climber than the Fire XC. It also didn't pack up nearly as much as the Fires. The Explorer and Ignitor appear to have nearly identical tread patterns, but the Explorer holds better in corners. That said, it's still not great for dry/hardpack conditions.

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by Starla

Can you still get Conti Explorers & Verticals. We can't get them in the UK anymore. What happened to Conti - Mountain Kings are rubbish in any conditions, and who's gonna' buy Rubber Queens ? What were they thinking of ?

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by UpFromOne

If you're looking at Maxxis, how about the Aspen?

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