Rene Herse Stampede Pass Road Tire (Tan Wall) (700c) (32mm) (Folding) (Standard Casing)

Rene Herse Stampede Pass Road Tire (Tan Wall) (700c) (32mm)
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Tire Diameter | Tire Width:

  • 700c | 32mm
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Named after a pass in the Cascades that is a hard-packed gravel road, the Stampede Pass tire was made to carve corners while still having a smooth and supple ride on gravel. Also, with a tread thickness of 3mm in the center, the tire lasts many miles making it great for everyday use, but the sides of the tire are lightweight and supple to give a great ride.


  • Stylish tan sidewalls
  • The performance of high-end tubular tires with the convenience of clinchers

Tire Type: Clincher
Bead: Folding
Compound | Casing: - | Standard
TPI (Threads Per Inch): -
Puncture Protection: -
Inflation: 90 PSI
Color: Black
Weight: 291g (700c | 32mm)

This product was added to our catalog on September 21, 2018

Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 5 2020 (about a year ago)
Rene Herse Stampede Pass Road Tire (Tan Wall) (700c) (32mm)
Less than 50 miles on this tire and cut a sidewall.
It happens but it's disappointing with a more expensive, higher quality tire.
Verified Owner
Saturday, Feb 22 2020 (about a year ago)
Rene Herse Stampede Pass Road Tire (Tan Wall) (700c) (32mm)
I really wanted to love these tires. Unfortunately, they have performed poorly for me. They certainly offered an improvement in comfort over the low quality stock tires that came with a new bike I purchased in early 2019. When the tires were inflated and rolling, I enjoyed the ride. But, I have experienced (a) frequent flats (every other month) (b) relatively challenging installation compared to other tires I've owned in the past and (c) the sidewalls discolored on one of the two tires for no obvious reason. I ride a lot of city roads, which means glass and other debris. It is possible that these tires simply aren't built for this environment. But, I've ridden on several other tires that are reasonably comfortable and haven't gotten any flats. So, the marginal increase in comfort simply isn't worth the overall expense (hassle of frequent tube swaps, downtime when my bike isn't ready to ride, all of the tossed tubes).