Please recommend some 29" tires

Flo

New Member
Hi, electric people !
I have an ebike Scott Strike eride 930 2020 edition, full suspension.
I have Maxxis Reckon 29" 2,6 but i need some 29"tires for allroads, mostly asphalt roads, but, when i need i prefer to can go on country sides. I need to have not resistance pedaling on the asphalt roads and some spikes side by side to offer some grip for offroad.
Please give me some advices....i don't realy need such a big number like 2,6. 2 will be ok, even 2, 2 etc. And please recommend some good inner tubes for them. I don't want tubeless.
Thank you very much and i'm waiting your advices !:)

P.s. and please excuse my poor english !...
 

percymon

Active Member
Schwalbe have several that might be of interest ranging from Rapid Rob, through Smart Sam as a good all rounder, to the Hurricane which is ok on gravel roads, light trails. There are also several versions of the marathon tire, and the G-one is ok on tarmac and light off road.

there’s also the Ritchey Tire WCS Z-Max Shield 29x2.10, maybe not in all markets
 

FlatSix911

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Silicon Valley
As previously recommended... take a look at the Schwalbe SUV line of tires: Johnny Watts, Smart Sam, and Marathon Plus MTB. ;)

All of the SUV tires are designed to perform well both on-road and off-road with an optimized center tread design and puncture protection.


SUV summary Johnny Watts.JPG
SUV summary MTB SS Plus.JPG
 
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Flo

New Member
Thank you very much, people, for your recommandations ! :) I'm realy impress for your feedback and i will look at those models. I hope to have moderate prices :)))
And i want to change my Syncro saddle. Do you have other recommandations than Ergon, please ?:) I need a saddle for long trips, confortable but not looking like a chair pilow, you know what i mean :))))
 

reed scott

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Thank you very much, people, for your recommandations ! :) I'm realy impress for your feedback and i will look at those models. I hope to have moderate prices :)))
And i want to change my Syncro saddle. Do you have other recommandations than Ergon, please ?:) I need a saddle for long trips, confortable but not looking like a chair pilow, you know what i mean :))))
I've always liked my slip-on gel pad. My seat is a moderately firm MTB sort of seat with some padding and then with the gel pad it is pretty comfortable.
 

FlatSix911

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Silicon Valley
I've always liked my slip-on gel pad. My seat is a moderately firm MTB sort of seat with some padding and then with the gel pad it is pretty comfortable.
I would really recommend a good Gel Saddle... take a look at WTB Rite Fit Saddle Finder for some great choices.

You bum will thank you! ;)