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Hello all. I have a 2015 Urban Enduro that I mostly ride on the street - I love the Pirelli's for that - but I do ride gravel once in a while. I just took the bike on a 125 mile, 70% trail ride with a large group last weekend in Mississippi and was surprised how bad the Pirelli's are for gravel!!! I have seen TKC80s suggested - and I like the way they look - but I found the front wheel to be a bit small for real off road riding. Has anyone replaced the front rim for a bigger one? Are the TKC80s available for the front wheel yet? What are my options here?

Thanks in advance.

LTR
 

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Hello all. I have a 2015 Urban Enduro that I mostly ride on the street - I love the Pirelli's for that - but I do ride gravel once in a while. I just took the bike on a 125 mile, 70% trail ride with a large group last weekend in Mississippi and was surprised how bad the Pirelli's are for gravel!!! I have seen TKC80s suggested - and I like the way they look - but I found the front wheel to be a bit small for real off road riding. Has anyone replaced the front rim for a bigger one? Are the TKC80s available for the front wheel yet? What are my options here?

Thanks in advance.

LTR
Hellp, I run a motoz tractionator for my rear and Bridgestone Battleaxe for my front. I ran a Motoz for my front and it scalped pretty fast. The tires are pretty good on road for such an aggressive knobby.
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