Kenda Nevegal Folding MTB Tyre 26x2.1in HALF PRICE £14.99 Delivered @ ONONE Bikes - HotUKDeals
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Very well reviewed Bike Tyre.

Half Price from On-One @ £14.99 delivered - Around £25 elsewhere.


Kenda Nevegal Folding MTB Tyre/ 26x2.1in
£14.99 50% off £29.99 free UK delivery
Nevegal Lite rubber made with dual tread compound L3R Pro.

Tall knobs designed to penetrate and hold on loose terrain.

L3R Pro - Low rolling resistance rubber compound used in lightweight cross country applications. Benefits are low rolling resistance, increased tread life and a lighter tyre.

Specifications:
Size - 26" x 2.1"
Bead - Folding
40 to 65 psi
TPI - 120
Weight - 550g
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#1
** Mine arrived a couple of days ago & I can confirm that they are DTC **

http://www.kendausa.com/bicycle/images/dtc-logo.jpg

"Dual Tread Compound (DTC) is the ultimate compound to have in a tire. The center tread of the tire has Kenda's L3R Pro compound and the sides or cornering knobs have STICK-E compound. The benefits are numerous - Great center tread life, and great cornering control and grip".

From here http://www.kendausa.com/bicycle/technology.html



Reviews of tyre here from Chain reaction (My usual Tyre Shopping stop) http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=29703

Another review http://www.spokewrench.com/spokewrench/2006/08/kenda_nevegal_d.html

Cheap Specialized Tubes here http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/689279/various-specialized-bicycle-inner-t

http://www.on-one.co.uk/imgs/products/440x380_constWH/TYKENE-2621_P1.jpg
#2
Wow thats pretty good, my rear Panaracer xc is wearing a bit, might give these a try at this price.

Now only if lezyne would bring down the prices of their floor drives.
#3
crikey, great spares deals currently!
thankyou
#4
Just ordered - cheers
#5
got a bike thats been sitting in the shed about 7 years (lol) (2000 or 1999 rockhopper) but dont know that much about them.
anyone got a good beginners guide on what would need done to stop me killing myself on it?
i assume tyres/tubes as bound to have perished and big clean of ex-lubed parts.
replacement of gear/brake cables and pads too?
sorry for noob questions :)
#6
brilly
got a bike thats been sitting in the shed about 7 years (lol) (2000 or 1999 rockhopper) but dont know that much about them.
anyone got a good beginners guide on what would need done to stop me killing myself on it?
i assume tyres/tubes as bound to have perished and big clean of ex-lubed parts.
replacement of gear/brake cables and pads too?
sorry for noob questions :)

Best is probably to just bring to a Halfords or the like and get a full service.
#7
sds1493
Best is probably to just bring to a Halfords or the like and get a full service.


hmm k was hoping to pay a bit less than 100 quid or so :) (got the wifes to do as well!)
1 Like #8
Not sure I'd recommend Halfords........

Ask around & see if theres a local "bike man" working out of a garage with a good reputation - they often only advertise by word of mouth.

If keen to DIY & save cash (& learn about the bikes as you go) then this is a good instructional site http://www.parktool.com/repair/

May also be worth registering on one of the bike forums for some "expert" advice. Heres a starter for 10 http://www.bikeradar.com/forums/

I'm just a novice myself so wont give any specific advice - I dont want you & your wife's tragic demise in a freak bike accident on my conscience :thumbsup:
#9
that's £5 less than the last one (1.95 Lite) i bought from CRC, so good deal.
shame no one has the Kenda SB8 for less than £25 ...

these are DTC.. i think? this is important if you want to use it on the rear as a soft rubber all over will wear very fast. this site is never very clear though so i wouldn't be surprised to get something else..
these are good all round lightweight XC MTB tyres.
NOT a great choice for those who ride mostly on road though, too knobby.

the maxxis ignitor 2.35 for the same price is a good deal too, if that's what you need. actually better since its £10 less than anywhere else i can see. but here on-one fails to state the rubber type :/ i don't think there's a single product on on-one where i haven't had to phone them to ask what something is.
http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/TYMAIG/maxxis-ignitor-folding-mtb-tyre-26x235
a pretty specialist tyre don't buy without checking reviews etc.
#10
Smiff
that's £5 less than the last one (1.95 Lite) i bought from CRC, so good deal.
shame no one has the Kenda SB8 for less than £25 ...

these are DTC.. i think? this is important if you want to use it on the rear as a soft rubber all over will wear very fast. this site is never very clear though so i wouldn't be surprised to get something else..
these are good all round lightweight XC MTB tyres.
NOT a great choice for those who ride mostly on road though, too knobby.

the maxxis ignitor 2.35 for the same price is a good deal too, if that's what you need. actually better since its £10 less than anywhere else i can see. but here on-one fails to state the rubber type :/ i don't think there's a single product on on-one where i haven't had to phone them to ask what something is.
http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/TYMAIG/maxxis-ignitor-folding-mtb-tyre-26x235
a pretty specialist tyre don't buy without checking reviews etc.



Cheers for that!

Mine arrived a couple of days ago & I can confirm that they are DTC.

They have "Dual Tread Compound" plastered on the sidewall of the tyre (on the pic above its the writing third up from the bottom with yellow circles either side - youll have better eyes than me though if you can make it out on the pic).

http://www.kendausa.com/bicycle/images/dtc-logo.jpg

"Dual Tread Compound (DTC) is the ultimate compound to have in a tire. The center tread of the tire has Kenda's L3R Pro compound and the sides or cornering knobs have STICK-E compound. The benefits are numerous - Great center tread life, and great cornering control and grip".

From here http://www.kendausa.com/bicycle/technology.html
#11
thanks for confirming i've ordered the right tyre :)
you can never trust the pictures on websites either, since many use the same pic for all options.

just a bit more about the rubber - i prefer NOT dtc for front tyres because there is less wear on the front and you need the centre line grip there.
on the FRONT wheel this would be a safer choice:
http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=28191
(100% StickE)


update: good service from on-one, delivered in 2 days, would use again. as described. not retail packaged. cheers OP.
because i'm sad enough to weigh it i can tell you these 2.1 Nevegals weigh 640g, a whole 90 more than the 550g listed.
ok looked this up - this is actually normal, it's on-one's dodgy website info again :/
bargain though for £15, maybe worth stocking up if you like the tyre. presumably at this price all this week.

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