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Rekon Wide Trail Dual Compound/EXO/TR 29in Tire

4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
$82.00 - $88.00
Color:Dual Compound/EXO/TR



Why We Like The Rekon Wide Trail Dual Compound/EXO/TR 29in Tire

We trust the Rekon Dual Compound EXO Tire for its fast-rolling yet impressively grippy performance that's ideal for trail bikes. It's tubeless compatible to allow for lower tire pressure and more traction, while the EXO sidewall protection offers some added strength without going over the top with weight. This cross-country tire is well-suited as a front or rear tire, and performs best in rolling terrain in wet to dry conditions.


  • Efficiency-focused trail tire for high-mileage rides
  • Dual compound is fast-rolling and grippy in corners
  • Tread pattern emulates a beefed-up Maxxis Ikon
  • EXO sidewall protection against cuts, slits, and abrasion
  • Tubeless-ready casing allows you to run lower pressures
  • Item #MXX006Y
dual compound
29 x 2.6in, 29 x 2.4in
tubeless ready
60 tpi
[max] 40 psi
Claimed Weight
1lb 14.3oz (860g)
Manufacturer Warranty
cross-country, trail
Manufacturer Part Number
TB96962100, TB00017700, TB00219600, TB00219700

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

October 17, 2023

Such a weird, great Utah tire

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 4"

I love this tire!! In the 2.6. it reminds me of the old Geax Segauro - supple, tough casing and a fast rolling, grippy contact patch. From Utah desert moon dust to high alpine hero dirt this true has been fast climbing and provides a surprising amount of downhill traction. I run these front and rear on my trail bike and am constantly surprised at how hard I can push them. The taller side knobs (relative to other XC tires) hook up really well. These are great flow trail tires and just rip. They are no mud tire, but have better wet traction than I expected and shed mud surprising well. An absolute great all-rounder, especially in the wider size. Can’t recommend enough. Would be a great tire for riders in dryer climates or those who want something between XC and trail tires. I almost hate to use the term, but it’s like the perfect downcountry tire.

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Cody C
4 out of 5 stars

February 28, 2023

My go-to tire

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
29x2.4; 29x2.6
5' 10"

Use cases: Salsa Timberjack hardtail w/120mm fork, 40mm internal rim (29x2.6) Canyon Neuron full suspension w /140mm front, 130mm rear, 30mm internal rim (29x2.4) Surly Karate Monkey with Lauf fork, 40mm front and 35mm rear internal rim (29x2.6, 29x2.4) Trails: Mostly eastern Kansas, some Arkansas, Colorado, Utah, Missouri, New Mexico Me: 5’10”, 200-210 lbs., early 40s I’m a chronic tire tester, and this is my go-to tire. It rolls fast enough, and is a good blend of traction, speed, and durability for the trails I ride. The Rekon isn’t the lightest, fastest, grippiest, or toughest tire, but it’s the best blend. It’s the one I recommend if someone asks. EXO/TR, 60 TPI is my first choice, although I have the EXO+ and 120 TPI versions. They are all good, I just find the 60 TPI and EXO/TR are the best blend of function and value. Our trails in eastern Kansas are more XC than anything with roots and rocks. It needs to be tough enough to withstand the full gamut of sharp rocks, hard hits descending over roots and through wet and rocky draws, as well as put up with goatheads here and there. I like that Maxxis tires don’t tend to dry rot over time (my bikes are all stores indoors). I’ve got 5 year old Maxxis tires that are still intact and the treads are solid and they still function well tubeless, goathead thorns and all.

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