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    4 Maxxis Aspens. 2 @ 520g. 1 @ 506 and 1 @ 526.

    1 Kenda SB8 @ 574

    1 Schwalbe Racing Ralph @ 565

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    I've compiled a list of all the submitted tires and their weights. Gonna work up a new spreadsheet for this. And going to make it a priority to keep it updated.

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    Yes I know there is another one already. But its not fully updated. The List I've compiled is almost 3 pages long so far and I'm not done yet.

    So I'm doing one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceBrown
    Not to be a downer back at you, but this question is getting about as tiresome as is possible on every thread that the Raven or Crow is mentioned. All I can say is go buy a Crow, a Raven, a Vulpine, a Furious Fred or any other semi-slick XC race tire and give 'em a go. Then get back to us on what you discovered and found by running them. By the way, there are more tires in this category for 29"ers coming.

    Plenty of guys riding and racing semi-slick tires in the 26" and the 29" platforms who would beg to differ with your opinion as to how they could be considered a mountain bike tire.

    Toss a leg over a pair, take 'em out on your trails and get back to us. That's really the only way to answer the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    pfffft


    pfffff. HAHA

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    Quote Originally Posted by frdfandc
    But its not fully updated.
    uh... yes it is.
    i could care less if you want to waste your time, but i've got to respond if you're going to make stuff up about my updating efforts as a basis for doing it.

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    Panaracer Rampage 748g
    Maxxis Ignitor 610g

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    uh... yes it is.
    i could care less if you want to waste your time, but i've got to respond if you're going to make stuff up about my updating efforts as a basis for doing it.

    My apologies. For some reason the first link on the first page was only showing a partial list. Now its showing one that is closer to what I have written down.

    Sorry.

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    Maxxiz Ignitor: 620 grams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeney
    Maxxiz Ignitor: 620 grams
    I just put the 29x2.1" on a gram scale and it was 585 grams.....

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    Michelin XC At- 690,685
    Maxxis Ignitor- 670g (why is this one so heavy?)

    S-works Captain 2.0- 630g
    S-Works Purgatory-670g

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    Maxxis Ignitor 2.1; 620g

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    Here's the link to the Spread shieet

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeney
    I admit that I'm a WW when it comes to tires and some of these 29er tires are scary in the weight department. There is lots of tire talk but weight is usually left out. I think it would be helpfully if we had a listing of 29er tire weights.

    Here's two that I just bought:

    Kenda Karma 1.95; 525 grams
    Kenda Klaw 1.95 front; 665 grams

    So you don't have to go fishing for it way down by Meltingfeather...

    http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...sUWotQnc&hl=en

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    Spreadsheet Link

    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Lots of info here:
    http://mtbtires.com/specs/700.html

    Outdated, but someday, he might get caught up.
    Most current spreadsheet by Melting Feather.


    http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...sUWotQnc&hl=en

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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyBoy
    Most current spreadsheet by Melting Feather.


    http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...sUWotQnc&hl=en
    I know, I have it saved in my Google Docs account. My message that you replied to is over seven months old!
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    Bontrager FR3

    Bontrager FR3 2.35" Team Issue: 885g & 840g

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    Hard to beat my original-edition Kenda Karma at 440g. Still have it, still not selling. :P
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    Bontrager 29-3 2.0" Team Issue @ 454 gr & 442 gr. Claimed 510!

    Pretty close to GlowBoy's legendary Karma

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    Dammit. Forgot to weigh my Geax Barro Race TNT's 29x2.0's before mounting them.

    Advertised weight is 660g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeroenK
    Claimed 510!
    not it's not (sorry to burst your bubble).

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    Karma's

    Just got a pair of Kenda Karma L3R 1.9's. One came in at 502g the other 510g.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    not it's not (sorry to burst your bubble).
    You are right. Still under claimed weight though .

    The plastic card that they came with said 510gr, but it said 2.25" too, so that is probably a mixup with the front specific tire.

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    Maxxis Ardent 2.4: 800g, 820g

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    Quote Originally Posted by limoncello
    Maxxis Ardent 2.4: 800g, 820g

    I'm still surprised these came out this light. Prototypes averaged around 815g. Do you like them so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bholwell
    I'm still surprised these came out this light. Prototypes averaged around 815g. Do you like them so far?
    I cannot say very much about them since I received them just today... The first visual impression is good, knobs are a bit higher than for the 2.25 and the sidewall is a bit thicker. I have not mounted them on a rim, though, so I cannot say anything about their dimensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limoncello
    I cannot say very much about them since I received them just today... The first visual impression is good, knobs are a bit higher than for the 2.25 and the sidewall is a bit thicker. I have not mounted them on a rim, though, so I cannot say anything about their dimensions.
    where did you get the Ardents in the EU?

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    Weighed on my employers $3k scale ( = accurate)

    Specialized Captain 2Bliss 2.2 = 653.56g
    Fast Trak Control LK 2.0 = 622.50g

    I would have added to the spreadsheet, but these do not seem to match up with anything on it. Neither description nor weights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dblspeed
    where did you get the Ardents in the EU?
    from www.singlespeed.nl, for 45 Eur not really a special offer, but ordering them from the US is +/- the same price considering shipping and customs/VAT. Getting special 29er stuff in Europe is still a bit of a mess, either not available or a bit on the pricey side...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limoncello
    from www.singlespeed.nl, for 45 Eur not really a special offer, but ordering them from the US is +/- the same price considering shipping and customs/VAT. Getting special 29er stuff in Europe is still a bit of a mess, either not available or a bit on the pricey side...
    45 euros? I think I'll wait for CRC or the infamous Charlie grazie!

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    Schwalbe Racing Ralph Evolution 2.25" came in at 543 and 562g. (stated 580g on the box).

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    Bontrager Team FR3 - 892gm

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    Just got a Maxxis Aspen for the rear of my SS: 510 grams

    Matching it up with a RR 2.4 on the front. Can't wait to try it.

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    Bontrager 29-3 2.25 tlr team issue 708g

    schwalbe little Albert 2.1 580g

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    2- Maxxis Aspens 516 & 524


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    Bontrager weights

    As noted above, the packaging on some Bontrager tires has much different -- and usually less accurate -- weights than what appears on their website.

    For example, the Bontrager 29-3 2.25 TLR Team Issue tire specs on the website claim the weight is 730g. Plastic packaging with the tire reads 600g

    Anyway, from the scale:

    Bontrager 29-3 2.25 TLR Team Issue 728g
    Bontrager 29-3 2.25 TLR Team Issue 714g

    Bontrager XR-1 Team Issue 494g
    Bontrager XR-1 Team Issue 492g

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    Maxxis Aspen @ 515g and 519g.

    Seems Maxxis has good control over its weights!

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    bontrager 29-3 2.0 Team Issue 440g

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    Schwalbe RR 2.4" 607 gr. very nice.

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    Bontrager 29-3

    Bontrager 29-3 TLR Expert (sorry I missed that in my first post)

    29 X 2.0 600 Grams
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    which 29-3 is that? team issue? expert? TLR?

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    Geax Barro Race 29X2.0 470.1 grams These are not true 2.0's they're more like 1.8's. Kinda disappointing. Got them sealed tubeless on 355's easily.
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    @Windwithme , Do you have a photo of them mounted on the 355's? Would be nice!
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    OK, let me play stupid. But with all these tire weights and girths, which can make a signicant difference in the roll and performance of a bike, how many of these tires are you guys running with tubes and how many are not? I know the Conti and Bon TLR work tubeless, because I've run them that way. And I know juice in the tires also adds weight, but what about RRs. I've seen them on bikes at the LBS and I like the profile but none of the guys I ride with use them. I've seen basically nothing but good comments from this forum about RR and are highly recommended, but everything else I've read says they don't work tubeless, and I only run tubes on my roadie. My knowledge of 26" tires has the manufacturer making tires with different thickness of casing depending on if the tire is UST or not. A typical UST tire is heavier because of the thicker sidewalls, thus adding weight and sidewall support, while a tube tire is not because the tube makes up the difference, therefore making it lighter until the tube is installed. To even further my confusion, the Bon 29-3 2.25 comes in an Expert version that is thick and heavy while the Team version is thin and light. Both are listed as TLR but is the lighter Team actually designed to used with a tube. That is how they are sold on production bikes. Curious, because I'm currently running the lighter Team for this weekend's Spa City 6hr, trying to decide what to run for Ouachita and Syllamo. Please clarify stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninko
    @Windwithme , Do you have a photo of them mounted on the 355's? Would be nice!
    Thnx
    This is a picture 20 minutes after being mounted tubeless so I'm hoping they expand some. Maxxis Crosmark on the left,Kenda Small block 8 2.1" to the right.
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    How accurate is a digital bike scale (like a Park Tool DS-1) for light weight stuff like tires? My scale puts both my new Aspens at 1lb 2oz (~510g).

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    Finally got around to borrowing my bros scale and weighing all my tyres and wanted to throw them up for comparo. New and used tyres.

    NEW
    Bontrager XR1 = 530g (front 2.25")
    Bontrager MudX = 660g (very lightly used)
    Michelin XC A/T = 686 & 682g
    Kenda Nevegal = 790g (very lightly used)
    Maxxis Ardent 2.25" = 774g (lightly used)
    WTB WW LT = 790g (very lightly used)
    Conti Mtn.King 2.4" = 742g (lightly used)

    USED
    Conti Mtn.King 2.2" = 652g
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25" = 616g
    Maxxis Ignitor = 666g & 674g (highly used)
    Maxxis Crossmark = 638g & 556g (highly used and 1 trimmed)
    WTB Nano = 558 & 606 (highly used and trimmed)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Finally got around to borrowing my bros scale and weighing all my tyres and wanted to throw them up for comparo. New and used tyres.

    NEW
    Bontrager XR1 = 530g (front 2.25")
    Bontrager MudX = 660g (very lightly used)
    Michelin XC A/T = 686 & 682g
    Kenda Nevegal = 790g (very lightly used)
    Maxxis Ardent 2.25" = 774g (lightly used)
    WTB WW LT = 790g (very lightly used)
    Conti Mtn.King 2.4" = 742g (lightly used)

    USED
    Conti Mtn.King 2.2" = 652g
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25" = 616g
    Maxxis Ignitor = 666g & 674g (highly used)
    Maxxis Crossmark = 638g & 556g (highly used and 1 trimmed)
    WTB Nano = 558 & 606 (highly used and trimmed)
    sweet! keep 'em coming... i'm still updating.
    i didn't use your highly trimmed and highly used numbers for obvious reasons, but they are interesting. i also had to figure your XR1 is expert and not team issue (that was an obvious one). that racing ralph is a snakeskin version? I didn't use it because I didn't know, but no other RR in the sheet is over 600g.
    to all-
    the more info, the better. if i can't verify something, i usually leave the numbers out, which is why i have maintained control over the spreadsheet-- to have some sort of QC on it. I'm also going to add the link to every post I make in here, so it's easier to find. I asked for it to be made a sticky, but didn't make the cut.
    29er Tire Weight Database
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    Race King 2.2

    Two Conti Race Kings 2.2 - 632g and 650g

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    Actually you did, all the stickies are now located above the forums threads so they don't clutter up the first first spaces ;-) That's how I easily found it

    On the RR, it's not Snake Skin - it might weigh a bit more cause I forgot to mention that I tore the sidewall and had to patch and sew it up the XR1 is the normal version, but do have a set of the TLR front and rear sitting in the shop to pick up.

    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    sweet! keep 'em coming... i'm still updating.
    i didn't use your highly trimmed and highly used numbers for obvious reasons, but they are interesting. i also had to figure your XR1 is expert and not team issue (that was an obvious one). that racing ralph is a snakeskin version? I didn't use it because I didn't know, but no other RR in the sheet is over 600g.
    to all-
    the more info, the better. if i can't verify something, i usually leave the numbers out, which is why i have maintained control over the spreadsheet-- to have some sort of QC on it. I'm also going to add the link to every post I make in here, so it's easier to find. I asked for it to be made a sticky, but didn't make the cut.
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    The Barro Race expand around 3mm after some days...

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    I just recieved a 2.4 ardent and it was only 756.

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    Where is everyone getting there Geax Barro races from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ne_dan
    Where is everyone getting there Geax Barro races from?
    I do not now about everyone, but here is one place.
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    Two *NEW* IRD(Panaracer) Fire XC Pro 29er

    698gr
    700gr

    EXCELLENT all around trail tires! Seal up tubeless easiy I suggest trying them if you're still looking for a top notch "jack of all trades" tire.

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    Schwalbe Racing Ralphs 29x2.25 (claimed weight: 580g) Actual weight: 595g, 601g, 601g, 602g

    Continental Race King 29x2.2 (claimed weight: 650g) Actual weight: 573g, 585g

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    2 WTB Nano Raptors= 600 grams each

    1 (very slightly used!) Specialized Fast Trax= 560 grams

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcavy1
    2 WTB Nano Raptors= 600 grams each

    1 (very slightly used!) Specialized Fast Trax= 560 grams
    There are at least 4 versions of the Fast Trak. Which one is it?

    People - post everything written on the side of your tire or on the package about the model. thx
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    Here are some more weights.

    New Geax Saguaro 29 x 2.2 folding - 713 and 720

    Used Geax Saguaro 29.2.2 TNT - 790 and 813, the 790 one is a bit worn 80% tread life left.

    Conti Mtn King 29 x 2.4 - Only a few rides, some stans residue left 800 and 796

    I can tell you the TNT Saguaro's have a stiffer sidewall for sure. Currently I just mounted the folding beads on my Stan's flows, right now they are a bit more narrow than the TNT's, will need to see them stretch (I hope).
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    Furious Fred - 363.0g

    Also, advertised weight for CrossMark = 605g
    for Ignitor = 595g
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    Quote Originally Posted by bholwell
    Also, advertised weight for CrossMark = 605g
    for Ignitor = 595g
    Weird... did those change? All of the numbers in the spreadsheet came directly from mfr websites (except those noted, obviously).

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    installed today 2 Barro Race 2.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather
    Weird... did those change? All of the numbers in the spreadsheet came directly from mfr websites (except those noted, obviously).
    Yeah, I think they did. I believe the factory reduced the thickness of the base layer for rubber.
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    Eliflap, can you measure the width of those tires mounted on the rim? And can you tell me something about the riding performance? Roll resistance?
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    First the weights:

    Specialized Fastrak LK Sworks 2bliss 29x2.00 - 510g and 530g
    WTB Nano Aramid bead, 29x2.1 - 540g and 560g (quite a bit below claimed weight)
    Geax Saguaro Folding 29x2.2 - 690g and 710g

    Alpine Digital Scale, checked against a bike shop's postal scale and against known weights.

    Running them all tubeless. Mostly dry and loose over hardpack conditions, lots of carving corners with some sand, gravel, and rolling over rocks. All on a dos-niner softail.

    Briefly, I find the Fastrak's sketchy on 26", but are surprisingly better on a 29". They do not roll great on road/true hardback compared to the others, but they roll really nice on everything else dirt. Big volume for a 2.00 tire, the 2.2 Geax is barely more volume.

    Another surprise. The Geax, when aired up to 30+ psi, seem to roll as good or better than any of them. Just got these so as not to wear out the race tires - so still checking them, and cornering so far is not inspiring yet, even at lower pressures.

    The nano's are what you would expect - good directional carving feel, roll nice. But they have limits and get sketchy/loose traction - they seem to give you notice before doing so. Smaller volume than the 2.00 Fastrack. These tires, at least in a 26", do not roll as well in tacky conditions. (obviously not a mud shedder, etc).

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    Got a couple more data points for you:

    Geax Saguaro Folding 29x2.2 726g
    Intense System 29 Dual Compound 29 x 2.25 819g

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    I had my WTB Dissent weigh in at 1445g
    Kenda Nevegal 800g

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    Maxxis 2.1 Crossmark 600

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    Four Maxxis Aspens 29 X 2.1

    527.2
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    Average weight 530.7

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubermach429
    just got some Geax Barro Race 2.0's
    467gr and 468gr

    my pair 462 and 466

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninko
    Eliflap, can you measure the width of those tires mounted on the rim? And can you tell me something about the riding performance? Roll resistance?

    next week i will answer

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    Schwalbe racing Ralph 29x2.4: 594g
    ...incredibly lightweight for that width.
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    Bontrager Team 29.3 2.25 = 702 g (New)
    (after 200 miles this tire is wearing very well, good traction, better than I anticipated)

    Michelin Wild Racer 2.1 = 696 g (New)

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    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29" 2.25 EVO - 589 gram + 588 gram
    Kenda Karma 29" 1.9 - 510 gram + 539 gram
    Notubes Crow 2.0 - 442 gram

    All tires used ~500-1000 km each

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    Maxxis Ignitor 29 x 2.1 = 608g (new)

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    Racing Ralph Snake Skin EVO 29" 2.25 - 668grams + 629grams (wish I had 2 at 629!)

    Racing Ralph EVO 29" 2.25 - 589grams

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    Continental Mountain Kings 29x2.4:

    787g
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    Guess I got stuck with a slightly heavier Aspen..

    Maxxis Aspen - 539
    Schwalbe RR EVO 2.25 - 563

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    R Ralph = 2.25 567, 559

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    Stans Raven 2.2x29
    One came in at 517 and one came in at 536
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    Bonty ACX 2,2 folding: 609 grs and 620 grs
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    sorry for the delay, don't have my own digital scale!
    Update:
    Specialized Pro Fast Trak 2.0 580 grams (not 560 as I had thought before, sorry!)

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    WTB Nano's 2.1: 573g and 573g
    Bontrager Jones ACX 2.2: 600g
    WTB Wolverine 2.2: 800g

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    Racing Ralph 29x2.25 (the 2 lightest out of 10): 557 and 564gr

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    The first of my two Racing Ralph EVO 29x2.25's....

    523g (and that includes the rubber band )





    And here is #2

    534g





    and yes, they are both 29 x 2.25 EVO Racing Ralphs




    I guess I lucked out considering some of the posted weights for some of the Ralphs above


    In any case, I'm stoked on these... they were just take-offs from a Crossmax 29/Racing Ralph combo I bought from a shop on a whim... Tubes inside weighed 177/180g respectively... which I ditched of course will be running Stans...
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    Specialized The Captain Armadillo Elite 2.20 2Bliss tires just arrived.
    780g
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    I baught a Maxxis High Roller 29x2.1: 692g with the packaging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gambas
    I baught a Maxxis High Roller 29x2.1: 692g with the packaging.
    From where? Have a link? Cannot find a High Roller 29er on Maxxis website and Google gives me nothing.
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    Spreadsheet?

    Anyone having problems opening the spreadsheet? I can't seem to get it to load correctly. Maybe I have an bungled link or something?

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    Schwalbe Super Moto, Evolution 28x2.35
    Claimed 690g
    Actual 676/685g

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    @Cloxxki: Pictures of the Schwalbe Super Moto mounted to rim and rim to bike, please!
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    Maxxis Aspen 29x2.1 exception 550g

    won it at a race so I don't really care if it's a little porky. Hopefully all the extra weight is in the side walls

    schwalbe noby nic 29x2.25 ss 700g
    Last edited by blrogers; 05-27-2010 at 04:15 AM.

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    @gambas - weights including packaging (or anything else but the tire) are not included.
    @Vmax911 - link
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    Schwalbe Racing Ralph EVO 29 x 2.4: 580g

    Schwalbe Albert K 29 x 2.1: 580g

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    1 Schwalbe Racing Ralph EVO 29 x 2.25: 580 grams

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    four Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO 29x2.25

    522 g
    536 g
    538 g
    547 g

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloxxki
    Schwalbe Super Moto, Evolution 28x2.35
    Claimed 690g
    Actual 676/685g
    Where did you get these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pp-tso
    four Schwalbe Rocket Ron EVO 29x2.25

    522 g
    536 g
    538 g
    547 g

    geez... talk about variation!

    I must have gotten really lucky with my 29x2.25 Ralphs (523 & 534)...

    How's the Ron ride? I heard they have great traction, especially on the front...

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    I just bought them tonight from a local shop will run them in a few days...and provide some feedback

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    Bontrager XDX 29 x 2.1" TLR: 724 & 736
    Maxxis Aspen 29 x 2.1" regular folding bead: 604 & 608

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