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    Best 29er Tires for Central Oregon Trails....

    I am currently running a Panaracer Rampage 29x2.35 up front and a Continental Mountain King 29x2.2 in the back...This is on a 29er Singlespeed with a Fox F29 RLC Fork.

    So far, so good! Just looking for additional options...and opinions...
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    Nanos.

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    Nat,

    What about the Ochocos, specifically?

    I forgot to address that in our PMs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Duke
    Nat,

    What about the Ochocos, specifically?

    I forgot to address that in our PMs.
    Most of the Round/Lookout Mountain trails are soft soil except for the short-lived rocky sections up top. Since the loop includes several miles of pavement, I suppose I'd still choose Nanos and ride lightly on the rocks up top.

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    Rampage is a good 'un. If I want to go faster I'll swap out for a Maxxis Cross+Mark in back. Very fast with plenty of traction.

    I hate Nanos.
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    Fire XC and Bontrager ACX.

    For me, those are the two tires that I can take anywhere from a race course to Moab. They may not be perfect everywhere, but they are at the very least "very good" in any application.
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