The Hutchinson Intensive 2 is a durable road tubular tyre. Designed for all weather conditions, this dual compound tyre features bead to bead puncture resistant casing and an extra millimetre of tread compound for long lasting performance and comfort. - A.D.
|Tyre Type||Dimensions||Weight||Max PSI|
|Tubeless||700 x 25||25-622||320g||/|
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When I switched to tubeless tires I knew the selection would be limited. I choose a tire that seemed like it would provide long wear and puncture protection. I am a recreational rider 100-200miles per week. I am getting over 5000 miles on my front tire and 4000 on the back. I couldn't be happier about this. I have watched the front tire self repair with the latex sealer I use. Overall a great tire.
This is the third set of Intensive tubeless tires on my wife's bike. They seem to be very comfortable and roll well. She has had only one flat since she has used these tires (4 years), and that was from a bolt that went into the sidewall of a well-used tire. They are rated at 25 mm, but measure out closer to 23, on Easton EA 90 rims, using Stan's rim tape. I also use Stan's solution. If you don't have an air compressor to seat them when installing, use CO2 cartridges.