• 02-08-2013
    memi
    I have Panaracer Rampage on my wheels on my 29er for third winter and love it.
  • 02-08-2013
    SS Hack
    New Panaracer Rampage 2.35
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by SideShowJohn View Post
    Anyone running the Rampages on a HT 29er?

    I have it on the front of one bike; but it would be very slow for the rear. I've recently tried a Geax Gato on the front too and it seems faster and bigger for about the same weight - I think I'm liking it more.
  • 05-15-2013
    thegoodword
    I ran them front and rear with tubes on my fully rigid single speed 29er. I am also running them on my carbon 29'er with good success tubeless. They work well on sand.
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by SideShowJohn View Post
    Anyone running the Rampages on a HT 29er?

  • 05-15-2013
    Ronnie
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by thegoodword View Post
    I ran them front and rear with tubes on my fully rigid single speed 29er. I am also running them on my carbon 29'er with good success tubeless. They work well on sand.

    I don't at this point want to read the entire thread. I had a look at the Panaracer website and don't see any reference to whether there is a 29" "tubeless ready" version of this tire. In fact the only 29" seems to have most of the technical features omitted. I'd like to try it but there doesn't seem to be a tire that works for me. Am I missing something?
  • 05-15-2013
    thegoodword
    I am running the non-tubless 29 tire as a tubeless tire. It works fine with some sealant on a Stan's rim. I do not know if Panaracer makes a UST 29 Rampage.
  • 05-15-2013
    Jwind
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by thegoodword View Post
    I am running the non-tubless 29 tire as a tubeless tire. It works fine with some sealant on a Stan's rim. I do not know if Panaracer makes a UST 29 Rampage.

    2.35 rampage works great with sealant on a stans rim. I still love this tire and holds up great in Moab so that's a double bonus!