All-round trail tires tested: Kenda Regolith on top

May 10, 2019 / Bicycle News

All-round trail tires tested: Regolith on top

The Regolith mastered its first big test brilliantly: The German magazine Mountainbike (issue 6/19) tested 8 all-round trail tires in the lab and on the field. The Regolith, tested in 29x2.20 and with SCT casing, achieved the second best test result just one point behind what is for many people the ideal all-rounder, the Schwalbe Nobby Nic.

The Regolith stood out with superb cornering grip and high puncture protection. It was also the lightest tire in the test at 767 grams.

This test result is yet again proof that Kenda's intense investment in R&D in the past few years has paid off. Leading bike magazines have rewarded tires from Kenda with top test results: From the Valkyrie to the Hellkat and Booster, the Regolith continues the trend of surprising test riders just how capable Kenda tires are, playing in the same league as other renowned tire manufacturers.