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Teravail Rampart Tire - Tubeless

$55.00 - $65.00

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    • Light & Supple, Tan, 650bx47mm
    • Light & Supple, 650bx47mm
    • Durable, 650bx47mm

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    Rampart Tire

    Designed for the latest crop of 650b endurance bikes and adventure rigs, the Teravail Rampart Tire is designed for riders encountering a mixture of smooth asphalt and unmaintained back roads where potholes and large cracks pose a threat to traditional road tires. It's available in two distinct versions, with the Light & Supple casing delivering road-conforming comfort and the Durable casing reinforced with aramid against debris-causing flats. Both versions are tubeless-ready for lowering the pressure, in turn giving you better traction and compliance while lessening the chance of pesky pinch-flats.
    • 650b tire for endurance bikes and adventure rigs
    • Light & Supple casing emphasizes ride quality and feel
    • Durable casing features bead-to-bead aramid reinforcement
    • Tubeless-ready for better traction, compliance, and pinch-flat resistance
    • Item #TVL000C

    650b x 47mm
    tubeless-ready clincher
    Durable, Light & Supple
    [Durable casing] aramid bead-to-bead reinforcement
    40 - 70
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 5

    Specific Weight

    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I contacted Teravail to find the specific weight. The Light & Supple Rampart Tires have an average weight of 583g per tire with little variance. This is a great tire for bikepacking and adventure riding and taking your road rig far off the beaten path. Feel free to contact me directly with any specific questions.

    According to Teravail the light version is 330g and the durable one 380 gms.


    Yall going to be getting the 700c versions of the Ramparts in any time?