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Looking for a tyre that's more aggressive than the mixed-tread GravelKing? The GravelKing SK might just be the tyre you need for the more hardcore roads. Aggressive knobs, ZSG Natural rubber compound, puncture protection breaker and AX-α special low rolling resistance casing make the Gravelking the perfect go-anywhere tire. And tubeless compatible up to 60 PSI!
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These tyres are great as a commuter tyre for those that may want to throw a bit of urban assalt into their commute to or from home/work. The 38mm gives a nice cushioned ride. I find at 60psi they roll excellent, little drag compared to cyclocross tyres i generally ride with. I regularly do some urban/offroad sections consisting of gravel, dirt, limestone or grass. I find these tyres handle excellent with the extra baloon. Probably best with slightly less pressure, around 40 works well. THey grip suprisingly well, probably better than cross tyres on the limestone and gravel, think this is due to the width. Have not tried in wet grass or mud yet but dont think they were really designed for that. I have not tried tubelss as yet but guessing could run down at 25-30psi offroad for additional traction. They seem to be wearing great. Using some cyclocross tyres i see wear after a few weeks. These seem like they will last well. Only downside is i have had a few flats, i think picking up prickles from grass runs. WA have some pretty bad double G's and thorns so only way around that is tubeless. THe brown/gum wall looks great, a good change-up on the bike. I am thoroughly impressed.