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Bontrager H2 Tire

Bontrager

H2 Tire

$24.99
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3.0 stars
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Bontrager H2 Tire

Take it to the streets with Bontrager's H2 tire. It's got a lightweight and supple casing that tames asphalt anywhere you choose to roam. The durable, smooth-riding tread makes it versatile too, suitable for wet or dry pavement.

Features and Information

  • This can be used as a front and rear tire.
 

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3.0 stars

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Pros

  • Durable rubber  (2)
  • Great on pavement 
  • Great traction 
  • Handles moderate off-road 
  • Lightweight 

Cons

  • Not good in mud 
  • Prone to flats 

Best Uses

  • Casual riding  (2)
  • Dual use 
  • Road biking 

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4.0

The Backup Tire that Stole the Show

By Tattoo Scar

from Midlothian, VA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Handles moderate off-road
  • Durable Rubber
  • Great on pavement

Cons

  • Not good in mud

Best Uses

  • Casual Riding
  • Road Biking
  • Dual Use

Comments:

I recently bought a quality starter mountain bike that came with stubby tires. I got these thinking I'd switch out when I want to go from single track to the pavement around my neighborhood. But I've not switched back yet. I've ended up taking these on moderate single track and they held up suprisingly well. I like them because I can go from the pavement to offroad with no problems because I'm cautious since the slick rubber can slide on roots if you hit them at the wrong angle. They do not handle mud at all but considering they are made for pavement (and wet pavement) this doesn't detract from my grade. I've not had trouble with flats yet. I use a protective lining between the tire and the innertube. I think most low-end tires would give you flats without this lining. Overall I'm very pleased considering the price. I can pedal down the street and when I see a dirt path leading off into the woods, I'm not afraid to see where it goes.

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2.0

Needs work...

By ICDDPPL

from San Bernardino, CA

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Durable Rubber
  • Lightweight
  • Great Traction

Cons

  • Prone To Flats

Best Uses

  • Casual Riding

Comments:

As with other posts I've seen, the "Bontrager" tires seem to be excessively prone to flats. The H2 boasts "triple protection" against flats but I've had more flats then all my other tires COMBINED, on mainly paved roads and lite trails. VERY DISAPPOINTED!

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Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number
26 x 1.5 00745889655506 410939
26 x 2.0 00745889655568 410942
 
 
 
 
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