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  1. #1
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    Jan 2009

    XR2 TLR a XC tire?

    Just got a pair of these tires...always looking for more speed! Impressive...just checked the Bontrager web site, got the following below. Also, this does NOT look like the typical XC tire. This tire does roll, grab and corner really well - and if it rains or condition get lose, this tire looks like it can clear the mud. Time will tell. Please, more reviews would be great.

    Also, ADAM MORKA won senior elite men at the Kelso OCUP last weekend. If he likes it, then I like it too

    XR2 TLR 26"Overview Details Support
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    Designed for loose over hardpack or loamy conditions, the XR2 tire includes scooped block edges that dig into loose terrain and long shoulder blocks for stability in cornering. Plus, the long center blocks with ramped leading edges keep rolling resistance low on hard pack surfaces.

    $29.99 - $59.99 Buy Onlineor Find a Retailer
    Fast rolling XC tire designed for loose over hardpack and/or loamy conditions
    You'll Love Our Tires. We Guarantee It.
    We’re so confident in the performance of the new Bontrager tire line that we’re backing it with a guarantee unsurpassed in the bike tire business. All Bontrager tires are unconditionally satisfaction guaranteed for 30 days from the date of purchase. If you - for any reason - don’t like your new Bontrager tire, return it (along with your original sales receipt) back to the place of purchase within 30 days of purchase date for full refund or exchange. It’s that easy.
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    Apr 2009
    Really nice tire, thinking of getting a pair. A guy i race with uses them all year around in the Ontario cup series so they must be a great all rounder.

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    No good in rock gardens..
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    Quote Originally Posted by twenty6black
    Also, this does NOT look like the typical XC tire.
    What does a "typical" XC tyre look like?
    Less isn't MOAR

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