Bontrager Comfort Tire

Bontrager Comfort Tire
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Bontrager's Comfort is a great addition to your comfort bike. This tough tire has a semi-slick center tread for minimal rolling resistance and sides with grippy, grooved rubber that provide cornering traction even in wet weather.

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4.0

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Pros

  • Durable rubber  (2)
  • Corners well on wet roads 
  • Fast asphalthardpack 
  • Great traction 

Cons

  • Heavy 
  • Not for loosemudroots 

Best Uses

  • Casual riding  (2)
  • Good for commuting 
  • Light to medium offroad 

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4

Very comfortable tire

By 

from New Jersey

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Durable Rubber

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual Riding

    Comments:

    Came with Trek Navigator. Great for riding on pot-holed streets and over cracks in the road. These are not skinny racing tires, the opposite in fact. They are heavier (appropriate for the heavy-duty uses that the bike gets). Have since replaced my wife's mtb tires with these, and she likes them a lot better than the knobbies.

    4

    a very tough 'comfort' tire

    By 

    from Media PA

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Great Traction
    • Corners well on wet roads
    • Fast asphalthardpack
    • Durable Rubber

    Cons

    • Not for loosemudroots
    • Heavy

    Best Uses

    • Casual Riding
    • Utility or Short Commutes
    • Light to Medium Offroad

    Comments:

    money is tight, so i have upgraded (downgraded?) a Trek Navigator, taking all comfort components out of the equation. the frame is incredibly stiff, light and with an aggressive MTB geometry. now i am about to change the tires... these tires, though have done well considering how much i've pushed them to their utilitarian limit. sure, i've struggled up steep, dry or wet gravel trails (esp. after hitting a creek), but i still made it with minimal slipping (technique works, too). i've rammed these hardcases over bone-jarring rock and have yet to have a flat. true, these are a bit big and heavy once you come off the trail and onto the road. but removing the silly, heavy shocks made all the difference and showed me these tires have some more dimensions than i imagined. sure, i need some real knobbies, but i've enjoyed trying to trash this tires. i think i'll put them on my extreme beach cruiser soon. by the way, i've pushed the psi (recommended 65) to nearly 80. makes it a good all-around fast tire for its size.

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