WTB VelociRaptor

At a time when mountain bike tires were unquestionably gum walled, the VelociRaptors came out in black and haven't looked back ever since. They changed the game in 1994 with a steering specific front and a rear that could really dig. The Ve ...(Read More)

WTB VelociRaptor
$34.95
Color
Black
Model
Comp
Options
Front
Size
26 x 2.10
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At a time when mountain bike tires were unquestionably gum walled, the VelociRaptors came out in black and haven't looked back ever since. They changed the game in 1994 with a steering specific front and a rear that could really dig. The VelociRaptors continue to be popular because to put it simply...they just work. Try riding one of the most classic combos of all time.

Usage: XC / Trail
Conditions: Dry to Wet / Hardpack to Mud

- Comp Tube-Type: 829g, DNA compound

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Black / Comp / Front / 26 x 2.10 00714401353206 W010-0101

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5.0

(based on 2 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good traction  (2)
  • Rugged  (2)
  • Versatile  (2)
  • Good cushioning 
  • Trek 930 

Best Uses

  • Cross country  (2)
  • Single track  (2)
  • Casual trails 
  • Downhill 

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5

ran for years great tire, folding bead is around 700 grams

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from Telluride Co

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Rugged
  • Good Traction
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Single Track
    • Cross Country

    Comments:

    The folding tire is about 700 grams which is reasonably light for a knobby tire with long wearing rubber. Rear tire locks up great with the bars on the tread pattern. I am 220lbs and run about 35 to 40 psi. not prone to pinch flats. Lighter tires are available but you might be giving up some traction or durability. I take them to Moab alot and they will take light free ride as well. The fact the tires has been in production since 1995 says alot. They work

     
    5

    great off road tire

    By 

    from Chicago

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Good Cushioning
    • Rugged
    • Good Traction
    • Versatile
    • Trek 930

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Casual Trails
      • Cross Country
      • Single Track
      • Downhill

      Comments:

      The tires have great traction no compromise and they costed under $30 a piece. The front tire gives you solid turning traction while the rear tire just asks for more terrain to role over.

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