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    Maxxis Ardent 2.4 29er $47.99 folding

    Maxxis Ardent 29" Tire - Outside Outfitters


    I'm not a big fan of Outside Outfitters, theyre OK but a couple times the website said they had something
    and it was on backorder, finally got it but but update the website.
    Going to put one on my White Bros Groove 200 fork and a Marz. 44.

    I got a pair from Tree Fork, they price matched and the shipping was 7.99
    compared to 11.99. Yay, I say its folding bead $8 bucks for parcel post
    also no tax unless you live in MI

    Both of these places aren't big discounters but LBS that price match and funneling
    $$$ in smaller shops helps the US economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatcat View Post
    Maxxis Ardent 29" Tire - Outside Outfitters


    I'm not a big fan of Outside Outfitters, theyre OK but a couple times the website said they had something
    and it was on backorder, finally got it but but update the website.
    Going to put one on my White Bros Groove 200 fork and a Marz. 44.
    I agree. They are super slow to ship, I used them only twice on a helmet purchase.

    But their prices are sure excellent to price-match at retailers like Treefortbikes, Jenson, or Universal Cycles.

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    Cambria Bike has the Ardent 2.4 for $45.55.

    Maxxis Ardent 29Er Mountain Bike Tire 100043862 at CambriaBike.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinboyer View Post
    Cambria Bike has the Ardent 2.4 for $45.55.

    Maxxis Ardent 29Er Mountain Bike Tire 100043862 at CambriaBike.com
    Yep, saw that but theirs isn't in-stock & places don't match price unless its in stock, thanks though.

    Backstory: back in college I had a beat up Honda Accord 1985. The 13" inch tires were $32 each!!!! Today I'm buying a couple bicycle tires for $47.99. Whats wrong with this picture?

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