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    Best 20" & 24" tires for trail riding?

    It seems like so many of the 20" and 24" tires are optimized for a mix of road & off-road riding. What are the best 20" and 24" tires optimized primarily for off-road riding?
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    In 20" and 24" the Moe Joes are good. Good levels of grip and light weight, as well as working well tubeless. In 24" the Rocket Rons are better - lightweight and awesome grip, although wear is quick when used on the rear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    It seems like so many of the 20" and 24" tires are optimized for a mix of road & off-road riding. What are the best 20" and 24" tires optimized primarily for off-road riding?
    my daughter is using schwalbe 24" smart sams. They are pretty light and have an aggressive tread than rocket rons

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    I have 2 20 inch Moe Joe's brand new in the box I'd sell ya. Ordered for my daughter, by the time I ordered and got them in, she had a growth spurt and I knew the 20 was on the way out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwoTone View Post
    I have 2 20 inch Moe Joe's brand new in the box I'd sell ya. Ordered for my daughter, by the time I ordered and got them in, she had a growth spurt and I knew the 20 was on the way out.
    How much for the Moe Joes? Are they the folding version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectre View Post
    How much for the Moe Joes? Are they the folding version?
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    For 20 wheels either moe joes are maxxis snypers are best - moe joes as they are very light and snypers as they are big, folding bead and grippy as they are dual compound.

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