At 48 mm wide, the Hatcher Pass hits the sweet spot between narrow gravel tire (38 mm) and mountain bike volume (55 mm) – ideal for the latest generation of gravel and all-road bikes. Named after Lael Wilcox’ favorite road in Alaska, this tire perfect for Hatcher Pass: The front side of the climb is paved and leads to Independence Mine (an abandoned gold mine that is now a state park). The back side is dirt. In August and September there are fields full of wild blueberries near the top.
The Standard casing is our more affordable option: comfortable and fast, yet also strong to withstand considerable abuse. The Extralight casing takes the performance, comfort and feel of your bike to an entirely new level. The Endurance casing is reinforced for extra sidewall protection and puncture resistance, while retaining the speed and comfort for which Rene Herse tires are famous.
The Hatcher Pass is tubeless-compatible. For tubeless setup, we recommend Orange Seal.
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Nothing changes your bike like a set of supple tires. Rene Herse 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 Rene Herse tire you choose, they’ll put a smile on your face.
Rene Herse 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, Rene Herse recommend using the widest tire you can fit with safe clearances. Rene Herse tires are made in Japan.
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