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I'm new to Road Plus, but I just got a Kona Rove with Byways on it, and man if these suckers don't hook up great in our dry, loose, SoCal terrain. It's surprising actually, and I haven't even gone tubeless yet with 'em.
WTB just announced a couple of knobbier models. On Bikerumor.com is where I think I saw a writeup on them.

Found the link: https://bikerumor.com/2018/09/28/kno...-gravel-trail/
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Originally Posted by JonathanGennick View Post
WTB just announced a couple of knobbier models. On Bikerumor.com is where I think I saw a writeup on them.

Found the link: https://bikerumor.com/2018/09/28/kno...-gravel-trail/
Bikepacking too, New WTB Sendero 47 and Venture Road Plus Tires - BIKEPACKING.com

The Venture 47 is pretty cool for those that need a bit more than the Byway.

I am not sold on the Sendero, As I'd probably pick a 27 mtb tire. Yet, Maybe someone has room for a 47, but not room for a 2.1 so this is a good thing. Or maybe the 47 Sendero makes a little more room for a tread plus fender on some bikes?
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Originally Posted by JonathanGennick View Post
WTB just announced a couple of knobbier models. On Bikerumor.com is where I think I saw a writeup on them.

Found the link: https://bikerumor.com/2018/09/28/kno...-gravel-trail/
Wow, the Venture looks right up my alley.
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I am not sold on the Sendero, As I'd probably pick a 27 mtb tire. Yet, Maybe someone has room for a 47, but not room for a 2.1 so this is a good thing. Or maybe the 47 Sendero makes a little more room for a tread plus fender on some bikes?
I'll be getting a set. I've been looking for something knobby in order to run my Priority 600 gearbox bike on singletrack more often. Pretty sure I could squeeze in a 2.1 or 2.2" tire, but these Senderos will be an easier fit. I don't care about mud clearance, because I don't ride in mud. We are sand all the way down though, and knobs help a lot with grip in the corners.
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Like I said....

Or maybe the 47 Sendero makes a little more room for a tread plus fender on some bikes?
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Like I said....
Right. You did say that. I'll be removing the fenders though. The size should also be useful for non-fender bikes running the same tire size. There are more and more out there.
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