Anybody tried this?I have many years ago but I cant remember.Thanks for the input.
Yes - especially in dry hardpack conditions. I've only run it tubeless on wide XC rims (28mm external rim width) with appropriate air pressure to get good bite for corners. It's still a favorite in the Midwest on 26"ers and 29"ers.
Thanks guys.We have mixed rocky sandy hardpack here almost always dry.I have been
running a s-works captain 2.0 it grips good in front and is light but rolling resistance is just
ok.maybe I will pick up a Nano.The thing the concerns me is we have a lot of loose decomposed
granite corners and tires like the weirwolf will HURT you here.Thanks again.
I have used and seen many other pro mtbr's in CO use the Nano's for front and rear. I liked it as a front tire, but the side walls are fairly thin which makes them prone to tears. I am still debating what I will use in the front next year. The traction and rolling resistance are excellent, and it is a pretty high volume tire.