The Trailraker excels in wet and soft conditions. Trailraker has excellent mud shedding capabilities and grip in wet conditions.
The new ZSG Natural formula integrates more natural rubber into the compound. This compound has the same low rolling resistance as the premium compound and it has enhanced wear resistance making it perfect for a long wearing training tire.
Panaracer’s exclusive Multi-Step knobs have various heights designed into each knob These stepped knobs help tires to perform in all conditions from hard to soft. Short big knobs are specially designed to provide an excellent ride that also delivers the lightest weight full knobby MTB tires.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by labstar the 1 you want
I have never used this tyre on the front but on the rear its fantastic I run the 2.1 version it handles everything you ask of it muddy climbs wet rocks roots fast wet trail bottomless mud tru winter allrounder
27 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by fatlegs Excellent, confidence providing tyre.
Replaced the Schwalbe's that came with the bike with these and cannot believe the difference they made to my riding. Before I was slipping & sliding over rocks, and had no confidence on wet, rocky trails. These have totally transformed my riding, helping me to improve no end.
5 months, 1 muddy British winter and still not a single puncture either.
24 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Amazing
Really realy good winter tyre, amazing grip in the trails and very good on snow as well.
21 January 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Really grippy
I went for 1.95 version and found it so grippy and fast its unreal.
14 December 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Brilliant!
Now had 4 good rides on these - 2x trail centres, 2x Peak District & really impressed.
Today was a clincher - my riding bud had more all-round tyres on & was struggling in some sections where I was just able to pick a line and pedal away as if the trail were dry rather than gloopy wet peat.
21 November 2010