At 55 mm wide, the Antelope Hill is Compass Cycles largest tire yet. Antelope Hill is the unofficial name of the last great climb on the 360 mile Oregon Outback mixed-surface ride/race. The gravel is quite loose in places, and the extra floatation of the Antelope Hill tires gives you more speed and security when the going gets really rough.
Standard (ca 530gr) and Extra Licht (ca 465 gr) versions, both 'Tubeless Compatible‘.
René Herse Cycles is the new brand name for Compass Tires. On our website and on the tire sidewalls the brand names are both used.
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Nothing changes your bike like a set of supple tires. Compass tires roll fast and absorb vibrations.
Their tread grips supremely, both in wet and dry conditions. Our allroad tires have a file tread designed for conditions from smooth pavement to rough gravel. Our dual-purpose knobbies excel in mud, but work equally well on pavement, and everywhere in between.
Whichever Compass tires you choose, they’ll put a smile on your face.
Compass Tires are constructed to provide the smoothest ride possible. Wide, souple tires provide the best ride quality without sacrificing speed.
As a general rule of thumb, Compass recommend using the widest tire you can fit with safe clearances. Compass tires are made in Japan.
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