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Conquer the coarsest flint.
Designed for coarse gravel where flint rock threatens to leave you stranded miles from the nearest signs of civilization, the Teravail Cannonball Tire combines exceptional abrasion reinforcement, high levels of grip, and plentiful width to float across loose gravel surfaces. The Cannonball's directional tread pattern features a tight-knit center for lower rolling resistance, with raised side knobs digging aggressively into gravel and dirt surfaces while cornering. Not only does this tread pattern offer a nice balance of traction and rolling speed, but it sheds dirt and debris to maintain grip across mixed dirt and gravel surfaces.
The Durable Casing and Premium versions feature bead-to-bead reinforcement with a woven aramid layer that's twice as strong as its Kevlar-reinforced counterparts. This ensures full protection from ride-stopping flats and sidewall tears when you're pedaling over sharp stones and flat-causing debris. If you're seeking a smooth and supple ride where sharp rocks aren't an issue, choose the Light and Supple casing for the best possible ride quality. All versions of the Cannonball are tubeless-ready, allowing you to drastically lower tire pressure for compliance over bumpy gravel, higher levels of traction, and greater pinch-flat resistance.
- Optimal grip, width, and reinforcement for coarse gravel roads
- Directional tread with tight-knit center and raised shoulder knobs
- Durable Casing and Premium versions feature aramid reinforcement
- Light and Supple casing offers the best possible ride quality
- Tubeless-ready for bump compliance, traction, and pinch flat-resistance
- Item #TVL000A
- Q & A
Initial thoughts are great
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I have the 700x42 light and supple, running tubeless, orange sealant, specialized Hayfield wheels.
Just installed today and was very happy with how well they mounted. Completely dry with no sealant inside they took a quick shot from a compressor with the valve core removed. They held air just like that for a few hours. When I pulled the valve cores to add sealant they came off the bead slightly, but I was able to get them re-seated and inflated with a floor pump easily. The initial ride around the block a few times felt good, 40 psi and they rolled decent, pulled some sharp turns in gravel and dirt and they still felt solid. Going to put some miles on them and run the crusher race then will update my review.