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In 1984 Tom Ritchey was the first to appropriate road tire technology for MTB tire design by introducing higher TPI and more compliant rubber compounds. While he pioneered trail specific tread patterns, Vector Force Analysis technology for MTB tires was developed. The result was the first ever rotation directional specific tire; soon thereafter he applied this technology to the first front and rear tire specific treads. 30 years later, Tom refined this technology and applied it to the Comp Trail Drive tires. Featuring a wider, reinforced casing to handle a more aggressive terrain, the Drive is Ritchey's newest offering for all mountain riding. Because of its closed tread pattern and higher knobs it is perfectly suited for dry, hard packed terrain.
Comp Trail Drive 29" Features:
- rear, rotational specific low durometer rubber, closed tread for
exceptional climbing traction drives the bike forward for the best
grip and power transfer
- 57mm Casing width – a true 2.25 inch wide trail tire