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Rutland Tire - Tubeless
When the road ahead is full of unknowns, toss on the Teravail Rutland Tubeless Tire and be ready for just about anything. It features large tightly spaced center lugs for exceptional grip, with ramping on the front side to keep rolling resistance at a minimum when. Transition lugs are spaced out to help boost mud shed when things get a little sloppy, and feature siping that allows the lugs to conform to terrain for grater traction in slower turns. Beefy side lugs are staggered to elevate your control when you're booking it into turns at high speed, and feature wide spacing ideal for control in the mud, and mudshed.
Teravail offers the Rutland in two different casings — the Durable Bead-to-Bead, and Light-and-Supple, aptly named for their riding characteristics. The Durable Bead-to-Bead casing offers protection from bead to bead, with robust woven nylon composite between the outer rubber and inner casing, within the sidewalls, as well as tread, preventing tears and abrasions in rough terrain. Additionally, a second tightly woven layer of protection is added under the tread to protect from punctures. Conversely, the Light and Supple offers the basics when puncture protection is less critical, with decreased weight, and an extra-supple feel at lower pressures, elevating comfort while you ride.
- Versatile tires for variable conditions
- Tight center lugs are ramped for quick-rolling
- Siped transition lugs grip terrain in slow corners
- Beefy lugs on the outside grip in mud and speed
- Light and Supple casing for featherweight build
- Extra protection offered with Durable casing option
- Item #TVL000I
- Q & A
Great Durable Tire
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I’ve been quite happy with the Terravail gravel tires. This is my second set. Ran the earlier gravel version (cannonball if remember correctly). Ran it till I wore out the file tread. The Rutland is more aggressive and predictable in chunky mixed terrain. Great if you ride a lot of mixed terrain ranging from chunky washboard, fire roads, some singletrack, etc.
I ran these (38mm rear 42mm front) at the Oregon Trail Gravel Grinder race. 350 miles of sand, washboards, sharp lava rock, powdery dust, and fast gravel. No flats at all! The tires took a beating though. Shortened lifespan with racing of course. Really happy with them. Will buy more.
Can you run Teravail's on hookless rims? I am confused by all the new standards out there. Thank you