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Mota G2.0 Enduro Tire
The Mota G2.0 Enduro Tire uses a square-block tread pattern inspired by the all-conditions Martello tire, but has wider spacing between the lugs that allows quick shedding of mud and debris. This makes it an excellent choice for wet weather and muddy conditions, though it can hold it's own on mixed terrain, no problem. Traction is further improved by Vittoria's revised Graphene 2.0 compound, while the new Trail TNT casing boosts puncture resistance with its improved sidewall protection and anti-pinch-flat inserts.
Vittoria has been putting Graphene in their tires for years, using it to improve the overall structure of their compounds by binding the rubber molecules closer together. Graphene 2.0 essentially takes Vittoria's original Graphene-infused compound and improves upon it in every way, with special attention given to boost wet weather performance. G2.0 consists of four different durometers of rubber in the tread, each one strategically placed for the best combination of low rolling resistance, cornering stability, grip, and longevity. Pair this with the increased puncture resistance offered by the Trail TNT casing, and you've got a tire that's ready to take on demanding terrain and sloppy conditions.
- Aggressive tire for wet weather and muddy conditions
- Tread pattern efficiently sheds mud and debris
- G2.0 balances grip, speed, stability, longevity
- Reinforced sidewall resists rock slices and tears
- Anti-pinch-flat inserts protect against flats
- Progressive sipe-width improves grip on any surface
- Item #VIT004O
- 4C Graphene 2.0
- 27.5 x 2.35in
- tubeless ready
- Trail TNT
- reinforced sidewall, anti-pinch-flat inserts
- folding aramid
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- enduro, trail
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
May 28, 2020
- I've used it several times
These seated up nice and easy with a floor pump, and the 120 TPI feels great on the trail. Traction is okay, I was expecting more with how much siping these have. My biggest complaint is that the 2.35 is insanely narrow! It set up more like a 2.2 on my 26mm ID rims. Maybe the 4C compound has more grip?