TIRE CHOICES FOR THE CHINO GRINDER

Here are some tire choices from Panaracer (our tire sponsor) that should perform exceptionally well on the Chino Grinder course.  Use a tire that is considered ideal for hardpack or gravel conditions. For mountain bikes, if you already have tubeless setup, stick with that, and if not find some light tubes (latex if possible) and use those. Run 35-40 psi in the front tire and 40-45psi in the rear tire. Your goal is to get the right pressure to smooth out the dirt but still roll quick on the pavement. For road bikes run the minimum pressure per the manufactures recommendation.

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26 inch tires:

PANARACER PASELA TG 26 x 1.50 *Ara 400 grams

PANARACER PASELA TG 26 x 1.75 *Ara 440 grams

PANARACER RAZER XC & XC PR 26 x 2.10 *Ara 450 grams

 

29 inch tires:

PANARACER CROSSBLASTER 700 x 31c Ara 280 grams

PANARACER PASELA TG 700X37C *Ara 440 grams

PANARACER Soar 29 x 2.20 Ara 560 grams

 

 

27.5 inch tires:

PANARACER PARI-MOTO GRAVEL 27.5X1.5c 300 Grams

PANARACER Quasi-Moto 27.5×2.0 545 grams

 

 

ROADBIKE 700C tires:

PANARACER GRAVELKING 28MM 267 grams

PANARACER T-SERV PT 700 x 28c 270 grams

 

 

CYCLOCROSS/GRAVEL:

PANARACER CROSSBLASTER 700 x 31c 280 grams

PANARACER CG CX 700×32 300 grams

PANARACER PASELA TG 700X37C *Ara 440 grams

 

 

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