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Vittoria Mezcal G Plus TNT Tire - 29in

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    • Anthracite, TNT G+, 29x2.1
      $65.00
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      $64.94
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    6 Reviews

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    XC speed.

    The Vittoria Mezcal G Plus 29in TNT Tire packs smooth rolling speed and knobby shoulder grip for exceptional cross-country capabilities. It features a nearly continuous center ridge for efficiency on the straights and moderately pronounced side knobs to hook up in the corners and rail berms, even on softer or looser terrain.

    The Mezcal G Plus incorporates Vittoria's TNT casing, which is compatible with tubes and sealant-based tubeless systems and reinforced with a KEVLAR bead and sidewall protection. This tire also boasts Vittoria's revolutionary G+ Isotech compound. G+ Isotech involves the addition of graphene to reduce rolling resistance and overall weight, increase durability, and improve grip in wet weather compared to tires without the G+ Isotech compound.

    • Item #VIT001Y

    Tech Specs

    Compound
    G+ Isotech
    Size
    29 x 2.1 in, 29 x 2.25 in
    Type
    tubeless, clincher
    Casing
    TNT
    TPI
    120
    Bead
    KEVLAR®
    Claimed Weight
    [29in x 2.1in] 640 g, [29in x 2.25in] 700 g
    Recommended Use
    cross country
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Great tire

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a dream endurance racing rear tire. Rolls really fast, has tremendous air volume, and a reasonable degree of sidewall protection. Think of it as a Conti Raceking with better side bite. Also sets up tubeless incredibly easy. Vittoria nailed it with this one.

    Not Impressed.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Have run two other models of Victoria tires. The Goma on the rear was very good. Had high hopes for the Mezcal but about to take it off. I didn't expect the performance I got from the Goma, however I have skinny race treads that hook up better than this tire. Running as a rear tire, this tire has the worst breaking traction of any tire I have ever run and yes, most of my breaking is expected from the front. This thing just skates everywhere all the time on steep techy trail. Also tends to break loose under climbing more than it should. Open tread patterns are becoming more and more appealing to me. Nothing against Vittoria, but will not buy this model again.

    Great all around tires!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have been running the Mezcal 2.25" as the rear tire on my full suspension XC bike, and have been amazed at the grip, tread life, and rolling resistance.

    Granted it has been on an XC bike, so I might not be trying hard enough, but the sidewalls have held up remarkably well.

    These are surely some of, if not the fastest XC tires out there; with a great ride and durability to boot!

    Fastest All-round tire out there. My Go

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Almost continuous center tread knobs make this one of the fastest tires on the market today, but unlike many other fast tires out there this is still a full size tread for an XC tire. Many other tires bread as fast rolling tires have super low profile knobs to achieve a fast rolling tire, meaning that you often lose traction. What Vittoria has done is matched those other fast rolling tires, but kept a full tread so you don't lose traction. Same cornering knobs as the "Peyote" tire giving oodles of corning traction. Nice tight together knobs also make this tire incredibly puncture resistant. This is my favorite all rounder out there right now.

    Perfect desert tire

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    my first year riding I tried many different brands of tires from continental, specialized, maxxis, and schwalbe. I flatted out of countless races regardless of what I did. I have now been running vittorias with TNT casing for over a year which equates to close to 4000 miles on them and I have not flatted yet. The mezcal in particular is new to me but I am stoked on the way it rides. Feels very fast on desert terrain with enough side knob to grip the ball-bearing type dirt we have in Northern Utah. always stoked to have a set of mezcals on my bike

    Well designed for it's intended use

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Ive been riding this tire front and rear for the past 3 months over varied terrain and I can only say good things about it! The tread pattern is fast and grippy in every situation, and it is wearing much slower than standard Vittoria tires. Even at low pressures the TNT casing has prevented flats. This is a solid tire for xc and light trail use!

    UPDATE: after 2 more months of riding and racing the same tire, the look the same as they did when I wrote the initial review. The durability and life of the tire is exceptional and a huge leap forward compared to previous Vittoria tires. I can only assume it has something with the Graphene reinforced rubber, but either way, its good!

    Unanswered Question

    What are peoples thoughts on this tire for New England riding? Read a review about their performance in VT (Where I live) that make it sound like the bees knees. I'm only interested in race days for these. No techy, vertical runs. Strictly 50mi races on all types of trails, but enough doubletrack/dirt roads for me to want a faster duo than my HansDampf/Nobbynic. Thanks!