MTB Tyre, Michelin Country Rock £7.20 + £1.99 p&p. Free P&P on orders over £20 @ fawkes-cycles - HotUKDeals
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Michelin Country Rock MTB Tyre £7.20, free postage on orders over £20.

I use these tyres on my Felt and BH MTBs when I take them on the road. Superb rolling performance and (fairly) lightweight.

I normally buy from Chain Reaction (£10,99, free postage).
Even if you buy nothing else from Fawkes the price is £9.19 (£7.20+£1.99).

Hope this is of help to someone!
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#1
Meant to add to the description these are 26 x 1.75, so suitable for most mountain bikes. RRP is around £16.
#2
I'm way out of touch on some things bike.
Would this be ideal to put on my rear wheel to go with this deal, my current rear tyre is 26 x 2.10
#3
Nice tyre, just coming up to 6000 kms on the front of my bike and still some tread left.
#4
Would love something like this for my 29er as much as Im enjoying riding it apart from knobblys the choice of 28"/700c tyres is virtually non existent above 1.5" .....Big apples and twin rails and thats about it
#5
broadyo796
Would love something like this for my 29er as much as Im enjoying riding it apart from knobblys the choice of 28"/700c tyres is virtually non existent above 1.5" .....Big apples and twin rails and thats about it

Big apples are great!
#6
Fixay
broadyo796
Would love something like this for my 29er as much as Im enjoying riding it apart from knobblys the choice of 28"/700c tyres is virtually non existent above 1.5" .....Big apples and twin rails and thats about it

Big apples are great!
Im using 2.35 big apples at the moment and they are great fun but had a few situations that could have ended badly very fast of road but not much grip
#7
this for the pair or just single one?
#8
Been looking at the Kevlar lined Bell ones in Asda for £12.
#9
These r exclent for road. Put them on my MTB as most of the time I'm commuting which is 80% road 20% canal tow path.
#10
Can you use the same on front and rear? And would I notice a big diff from my 26x1.95/26x2.35 tyres? It feels like an absolute struggle to ride along a road currently! Cheers
#11
Not bad for 26's. Love my 29er on and off the road though.
#12
Daughter wanted to ride her bike for the first time in years the other day. Tyre walls were all cracked so just ordered, thanks! £16.39 for two!
#13
Anyone compared these to schwalbe kevlar lined road tyres?
#14
sumpter
Can you use the same on front and rear? And would I notice a big diff from my 26x1.95/26x2.35 tyres? It feels like an absolute struggle to ride along a road currently! Cheers

Yes. Fine to use on front and rear (I do!).

If your current tyres are knobbly then yes, you will notice a big difference.
#15
Hightower777
Daughter wanted to ride her bike for the first time in years the other day. Tyre walls were all cracked so just ordered, thanks! £16.39 for two!

Glad you saved some money. You should have ordered a third (spare) and got free P&P!
#16
my current tyres are 26x1.95...can i use these?
and can some one recommend some good cheap inner tubes?
#17
stovy
my current tyres are 26x1.95...can i use these?
and can some one recommend some good cheap inner tubes?

Innertubes are pretty similar really. Might as well get whatever these guys are selling as a pair of tyres & tubes would help you qualify for free postage.
#18
stovy
my current tyres are 26x1.95...can i use these?
and can some one recommend some good cheap inner tubes?

Poundland often have tubes.
#19
Does it really make that much difference having these over Knobbly Tyres? I very rarely go "off-road" on my MTB, just the usual commute to work, mainly along roads. What sort of difference do these actually make?

Edited By: whufc4ever76 on Jul 11, 2014 16:14
1 Like #20
whufc4ever76
Does it really make that much difference having these over Knobbly Tyres? I very rarely go "off-road" on my MTB, just the usual commute to work, mainly along roads. What sort of difference do these actually make?

Lots. Power down faster and up to speed faster. Lower rolling resistance
1 Like #21
Taz1529
whufc4ever76
Does it really make that much difference having these over Knobbly Tyres? I very rarely go "off-road" on my MTB, just the usual commute to work, mainly along roads. What sort of difference do these actually make?

Lots. Power down faster and up to speed faster. Lower rolling resistance

Ok, thanks! May have to try these out then, have some Heat OP!
#22
Just bagged a couple, should be a lot more effecient than a pair of Mountain King 2s on the road.
#23
whufc4ever76
Taz1529
whufc4ever76
Does it really make that much difference having these over Knobbly Tyres? I very rarely go "off-road" on my MTB, just the usual commute to work, mainly along roads. What sort of difference do these actually make?

Lots. Power down faster and up to speed faster. Lower rolling resistance

Ok, thanks! May have to try these out then, have some Heat OP!

Getting decent tyres means you recognise how limiting your powertrain can be tho. Mountain bike gearing tops out at maybe 20-25mph for me, and it's difficult to sustain up there, so then you want a road bike
#24
Hi

My current tyres say : 126x1.901 on them also 50-559 will these fit it? Its a Rockrider 5.0
#25
The 50-559 means 50mm wide and the 559 is the rim diameter. That's whats referred to as 26" which is daft as that's the diameter including the tyre, which is of course different with different tyres!

Short answer: Yes, they'll fit!
#26
Sounds complicated! Thanks for the help.
#27
Thanks op just took the plunge, hopefully this will make my commute to work less of a struggle! I'm assuming I don't need different inner tubes for these tyres?!
#28
Sculpted, your current inner tubes will be fine
#29
Out of stock. Thanks anyway

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