Forte Pisgah 2 Mountain Tire (60TPI) (29 x 2.35) (Folding)

Forte Pisgah 2 Mountain Tire (60TPI) (29 x 2.35)
YT-FPII29-2.35-K
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Forte Pisgah 2 Mountain Tires were developed on some of the toughest trails in the Pisgah National Forest. Available in 29 x 2.35", these tires are ideal for XC riding or any epic ride that demands climbing as well as fast, technical descents. Pisgah 2's have a tread design that provides optimal balance between grip and low rolling resistance. They combine a 60A/50A dual durometer tread compound for long wear life and good bite in corners. And they hold up every bit as well as tires costing a whole lot more.

Note: Picture for illustrative purposes of the tread only and may not represent the correct size.

Features

  • Tread design provides optimal balance between grip and low rolling resistance
  • 60A/50A Dual durometer tread compound for long wear life and good bite in corners
  • Ramped center knobs for low rolling resistance
  • Folding Bead
  • 812 grams

    Specifications: 
    Bead: Folding
    Tubeless Ready: No
    Max PSI: 65 
    TPI: 60 
    Sizes: 29" 
     

This product was added to our catalog on October 18, 2019

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Saturday, Oct 24 2020 (1 week ago)
Forte Pisgah 2 Mountain Tire (60TPI) (29 x 2.35)
I bought these to get better traction on Rocky Mt trails, Colorado front range. Not an expert but compared to my old tires (Continental Trail King) these have better traction, braking and handling uphill and down, and they're cheaper, so I am very pleased. I ride a lot on loose gravel and some hard pack. The rubber feels softer to the touch so they may not last as long, but they stick better.
Sunday, Sep 6 2020 (8 weeks ago)
Forte Pisgah 2 Mountain Tire (60TPI) (29 x 2.35)
I have had the tire for a couple months now . It set up tubeless no problem but it was leaky on the side walls . It is wearing fairly quick . Now I ride in the rocky high desert so this environment is hard on tires but my continental trail king on the front that is 6 months old looks to be in way better shape . Now I understand a rear tire is going to wear down faster than the front but it isnt close. Its a fast tire . I even accidentally put the tire on backwards and still was fast and a bonus it improved grip quite a bit . In my area grip is the priority over rolling resistance but since the center knobs are not that tall to begin with you not loosing much in that department . I bought the tire at $34 . I would not buy again at that price but at the sale price of $ 22 at this time maybe .