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    weighed: Tioga Edge 22 29x2.5

    Tioga claims 950 grams (https://www.tiogausa.com/edge-22.html)
    Mine weighed in at 959 grams.

    Been raining for days. Will mount and get measurements. Looking forward to our usual loose over hardpack and deep sand.

    Interested how it compares to the long-standing options on the market.

    Until then!

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    Good news. Thx for the info!

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    Anywhere online one may buy this unicorn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Anywhere online one may buy this unicorn?

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    I was told blueskycycling and worldwidecyclery. At this point it's special order.
    My LBS told me QBP does not carry it nor does BTI have it on their site.

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    "+ Optimized for 30 - 35mm I.D. Rims"

    Waiting for those who HATE the term "I.D." to chime in!

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    Inner Dimension. There's no problem here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TylerVernon View Post
    Inner Dimension. There's no problem here.
    No. There is no problem, but there are people on the forums that go crazy over it for some reason.

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    I'm so curious about this tire. I want to trust the designers knew what they were doing, and I'm anxiously awating some ride reports from SoCal, Nevada, AZ, Utah riders.

    That empty channel down the middle sketches me out.



    Quote Originally Posted by MSU Alum View Post
    "+ Optimized for 30 - 35mm I.D. Rims"

    Waiting for those who HATE the term "I.D." to chime in!
    I'd prefer i30 (like WTB does),or 30i, or even 30 IW... but I deeply appreciate that they STATE inner-width suggestions, not just "30mm rims". is that inside or outside?

    Like...a 30mm (external) carbon rim is 24-25mm inner width...A 2.6 tire on a 24 ID rim is gonna be awful.


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    I prefer "I.W.D,M"
    Inner width dimension, man.

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    Weight is ok for a big meat.

    If they'd do a 2.35 around 750g I'd be in.

    Always liked Tioga tyres.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Impetus View Post
    I'm anxiously awating some ride reports from SoCal, Nevada, AZ, Utah riders.
    So... New Mexico & Colorado. Our dry dusty ain't good enough for you?

    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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    Iíve lived and ridden in both those places. New Mexico and Colorado have *actual* dirt.
    Most of the tire tests are conducted back East, in Canada or in the UK where itís as different from AZ desert as it can possibly be.
    The places I listed are like my local trails: kitty litter on top of more, bigger rocks, with moon dust sprinkled on top.


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    My comments were tongue in cheek (sorry if the humor wasn't evident)

    Quote Originally Posted by Impetus View Post
    The places I listed are like my local trails: kitty litter on top of more, bigger rocks, with moon dust sprinkled on top.
    However, you're describing the trail conditions right next to my house in Albuquerque.

    A buddy came to visit recently and described our trails: "like riding and cornering on broken China, with talcum powder sprinkled on top"
    I like 'em long, low, slack and playful

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