René Herse Cayuse Pass - 700C x 26

Cayuse Pass (1425 m/4675 ft) is the last pass during the legendary Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day (RAMROD). It is a long climb that offers beautiful vistas of Mount Rainier and the snow-covered peaks of the Cascades.

Most participants in RAMROD ride racing bikes, and a 26 mm tire is the largest they can fit on their bikes. The Compass Cayuse Pass tires roll fast enough to stay with your group, and their superior comfort means you won’t suffer even toward the end of this 156-mile ride.

René Herse Cycles is de nieuwe naam voor het merk Compass. Op de website en op de banden worden de namen nog door elkaar gebruikt. 

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Verstuurd binnen 2-8 werkdagen

€ 52,89

Datasheet

Kleur Tan
Banden maat 700 x 26
Banden soort Road 700c
Band Type Vouw

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All Models:

  • Clincher, folding bead
  • Excellent grip 
  • Superior comfort
  • Clincher tires with the ride of a good tubular
  • Low rolling resistance
  • The Cayuse Pass requires tubes
  • We recommend the Schwalbe SV15 or SV20 tubes

Standard model

  • Tan sidewalls.
  • Classic appearance
  • 222 g
  • Maximum Pressure 105 psi / 7.2 Bar

Extralight model 

  • Ultra-light, ultra-supple casing. 
  • Tan or black sidewalls. 
  • 183 g 
  • Maximum pressure: 105 psi / 7.2 Bar 

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René Herse Cayuse Pass - 700C x 26

René Herse Cayuse Pass - 700C x 26

Cayuse Pass (1425 m/4675 ft) is the last pass during the legendary Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day (RAMROD). It is a long climb that offers beautiful vistas of Mount Rainier and the snow-covered peaks of the Cascades.

Most participants in RAMROD ride racing bikes, and a 26 mm tire is the largest they can fit on their bikes. The Compass Cayuse Pass tires roll fast enough to stay with your group, and their superior comfort means you won’t suffer even toward the end of this 156-mile ride.

René Herse Cycles is de nieuwe naam voor het merk Compass. Op de website en op de banden worden de namen nog door elkaar gebruikt.