Unique tread elements for drive, braking grip, directional stability, control, and cornering. All working together to create a tire that can take you anywhere.
Type - Trail Extreme
Bead - Folding
Compound - 50/42a
Size - 27.5" x 2.4"
The On-One Chunky Monkey. A tyre designed predominantly for front use, with a big 58mm carcass to take the knocks and a 60mm tread width with solid shoulders to carve the lines in the trail you want.
Developed by leading tyre Guru Shiggy, and tested extensively by our development Ed Oxley, with proto samples even receiving acclaim from the "often scathing" Steve Jones of Dirt magazine.
Two compounds are available - a single compound 50a option - which offers amazing grip performance on all conditions, and an even softer dual compound version with a 50a central section and super grippy 42a sides, to offer unbelievable levels of grip when leant over, with also a reduced rebound when snagging on trail obstacles.
Sidewalls are reinforced with our own named Eckso sidewall protection, to guard against rips and gashes. The tire bead is Kevlar, folding, and lighter and better fitting than steel beads.
Designed for all out grip, control, absorption this isn't a tyre for XC racers. This is for trail bandits, all mountain riders, and people wanting reliable grip that won't let you down. We're pretty sure it brings a brand new level of grip and performance to 650B wheels that hasn't been available before. Weight 920g.
Designed to be fitted to a wider rim - we'd recommend a minimum internal width of 19mm to provide support and stability.
Made for us by Maxxis, to our design and exclusively available from us, the Chunky Monkey is set to make big waves on the trails.
The deeper sipes make the block more flexible, adding to its ability to grip in various conditions. Also allows the use of a longer wearing 60a rubber compound in the center with little compromise in traction on the Enduro model, whilst those well supported edge blocks allow a soft 42a compound, for the Trail Extreme version, without squirm of chunking.