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Vittoria Goma TNT Tire - 27.5in

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    • TNT, 27.5x2.25
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    4 Reviews


    One for all.

    Every mountain biker would love to have a wheelset for every type of weather and terrain. Unless you have a money tree in your backyard, however, it just isn’t going to happen. That’s the beauty of the all-mountain tire. The Vittoria Goma TNT 27.5 Tire is designed to tackle every type of terrain in wet, dry, muddy, or sandy conditions. And, while it may not be the absolute best tire for each and every possible condition, it’s nice to know that your bike is set up to handle any type of trail you may encounter along the ride.

    The Goma's tread pulls out all the stops for an all-mountain tire. A super sticky compound is formed into large, aggressive knobs that are siped and stepped for excellent mud-shedding and true high-speed tracking over both mild and highly technical terrain. Cornering is superb and progressive. Rolling resistance is low. Braking is right now. And, while Vittoria does offer a non-tubeless version of the Goma 27.5, this TNT version still manages a relatively low weight to go with its additional durability, coming in at very decent 800 grams for the 2.25" version.

    • Item #VIT001L

    Tech Specs

    27.5 x 2.25 in, 27.5 x 2.4 in
    nylon and rubber sidewall
    Claimed Weight
    [27.5 x 2.25in] 830 g, [27.5 x 2.4in] 840 g
    Recommended Use
    all mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Awesome specific conditions tire

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I live in SE Wyoming, and my riding is mostly on rocks...all kinds of rocks. Decomposed granite, shale, sandstone (slickrock) and sandy soil are the predominant surfaces on almost all the trails in this part of the world. For this type of trail surface, the Gomas are awesome-like a tweaked Minion DHF juuuust for rocky western riding. From the Front Range to Fruita to Sedona, these tires kill it.

    Most casings don't hold up on trails that are so (you guessed it) rocky. The TNT casings are robust enough to avoid getting sliced open. The shorter, wider and lightly siped tread blocks can't punch into deeper soils, but are tenacious The slightly higher durometer rubber grips great and wears better on rocks (a lot of tires will only last 20-30 days of riding out here-these are double that). On any width rim from 23mm (internal) up to around 30 these (in the 2.4 width) plump up nice and fat without getting squirmy when you're hammering through a blown out corner. And with stout shoulder knobs, there tires encourage railing turns. this a "jack of all trades" type of tire? Not quite. It does okay everywhere, but it's really purpose built for riding hard on rocky trails. And it's awesome at that. If you live out west, or are taking your bike on a western US MTB trip, these tires are solid gold!

    Almost perfect

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I had to break away from Maxxis and try something new. I can only ride tires from the same company for so long before I start wondering if there is something else out there that rivals what I normally run. This Goma has not disappointed.

    The large side lugs provide incredible traction when cornering. The center lugs are ramped and roll well. Honestly this tire rides very similar to a DHF but is wider and has a larger footprint compared to the DHF in a 2.3. This measures about 2.5" when installed on my ARC 27 rims.

    After riding these in hardpack, loose over hard, mud, loosey loose, and wet rocks I can say they handle just about everything well. The one condition they struggle in is wet rocks. They simply won't hold a line through wet rocks and are constantly slipping off the rock. All and all if you want a really tough, fairly quick rolling tire, and you don't ride wet rocks constantly then this tire rules.

    Oh, I have found with the stiff casing you can run lower pressures with these tires. I was running around 21 psi in the front. Too much more and the tire was just too stiff and didn't offer any damping. Also, our listed weight is wrong. The 2.4" claims 1020 grams on the card it's connected to and when I weighed mine it weighed 1015 grams.

    Great value, great tire.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These tires are a great higher volume option for standard rims. These measure out to about a 2.5-2.6 after they have been inflated for a few weeks.

    You can't have it all

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tire is packed with value. It's relatively low-priced, it's quite durable, and it will likely last a whole season--for context, I usually run through 6-8 sets of mtb tires per riding season. Plus, they roll very fast for the amount of tread with which they're equipped. If you need your tires to hold on to things like desert sandstone in Utah, granite in the Sierras, or Ponderosa roots in the Rocky Mountain foothills, you need soft rubber to provide grip. The rubber that provides so much longevity and speed in these tires lacks a bit in the grip department. That's not a dig at these tires, it's just the way rubber works. The large, square knobs do a great job at cutting into dirt and loam. If that's what you ride, these will work well. Feel free to contact me to chat further about your choice of rubber at 801-204-4556 or