Teravail Coronado Tyre Black

From the dry, vast deserts that cover the Southwest to the seemingly endless stretches of beach running up the Pacific Northwest coast, the Coronado was designed to excel in terrain where sand would normally be a hindrance and increased floatation is critical.

The 27.5 x 3” Coronado offers the best of multiple worlds. You get the increased ground clearance, stability, and angular momentum of a 29er plus the larger footprint and floatation that a 3” wide tire offers. A mild and open center tread works with the slightly more aggressive side knobs to offer traction and efficiency in sandy terrain.

When extra puncture protection isn’t necessary, our light and supple casing offers decreased weight and a comfortable, ultra-supple ride quality at lower pressures when set up tubeless.

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  1. Question

    michael carolan

    Hi,
    Wondering if the 2.8s would be suitable for i45 rims. Currently got 3.0 chronicles on them. Cheers

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    • Huw

      Huw

      Hi Michael,

      That should be a great combo. 2.8 is probably the narrowest you’d want to go on an i45 though.

      Adam

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  2. Question

    Bill Fogg

    I have a 2020 surly Krampus, currently running dirt wizards on a 45 rim, looking at a better rolling tyre , would 29x 2.8 coronado be best option, mainly for rail trails singletrack and gravel

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    • Mik Efford

      Mik Efford

      They’re great, but would also recommend the Maxxis Rekon or Ikon, which roll really nicely but still retain a lot of traction on loose terrain. If you go Coronado, definitely opt for durable casing. They might be marginally faster than the Maxxis options, but the Maxxis ones have a solid lifespan

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