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Sept. 19, 2018, 1:05 p.m. -  Tjaard Breeuwer

I was just trying to think of a tire for the rear of my full suspension bike (29x2.6 max) for the fall riding season in Wisconsin. A lot of their terrain is like a flatter version of your North Shore. Wet roots and slick, smooth rocks everywhere, and unlike in your coniferous forests, there will be a thick layer of dead leaves on the trails. I have ridden the 27.5 x 2.6 SE4 in the rear in bikeparks, but need the 29er for pedaling trails. This summer was bone dry, so no idea yet how it would do in the wet, but your recommendation for winter should be enough!

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