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Please note that this tyre is for a 19" rim despite being marked as '20 x 2.5' on the sidewall. If you are unsure if it will fit your bike then please give us a call.
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Hi, Would this tyre fit an onza rip 2010. If not what would? Thanks Curtis.
Posted by Curtis Fraser on 24/09/2011
Reply from TartyBikes on 26/09/2011
Hi Curtis - Unfortunately a 19" rear tyre won't fit. The only tyres we have which would fit the rear of your Rip are in our 20" tyres section - most of them are front tyres though, so they'll be a little narrower than standard. Thanks, Mark
Hi there.would this tire fit a onza blade 2010 model. Thanx
Posted by sam on 26/12/2011
Reply from TartyBikes on 28/12/2011
Hi Sam - This should fit the rear of a Blade fine. Thanks, Mark
Would you have this tyre available in white (or if not, perhaps another similar 19 inch tyre which weighs 1kg or less)? I drive in a sports hall and we're not allowed to use black tyres.
Posted by Ruben Dekeyser on 10/02/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 11/02/2014
Hi Brandon - thanks for your question. Unfortunately this tyre is only available in black. Try-All used to make white Stiky tyres, though we have none left and do not know where you might find them any more. There might be a shop or two that still have them, so have a look around. Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.
How do these tires compare in overall performance compared to sticky lights? I have these tires on my bike now so if I can shave off that much weight that would be awesome! I ride a lot of natural so grip is extremely important...
Posted by austin on 06/10/2013
Reply from TartyBikes on 07/10/2013
Hi Austin - the Stiky Lite tyres are better tyres in most ways. Obviously they are lighter, but they are also considerably grippier and are bouncier. They are even more adept at shedding mud so you don't get clogged up. The only downsides are that they are quite a bit more expensive and wear down quicker. They are also roll a lot slower as the tread squirms underneath you, but if you mostly ride natural that shouldn't be too much of an issue! Hope that helps. Thanks, Flipp.
would this fit on a onza ska 2013
Posted by matt on 27/06/2016
Reply from TartyBikes on 28/06/2016
Hi Matt - This would fit the rear wheel of your Ska absolutely fine. Thanks, Mark
Will this fit my onza ska 2012?
Posted by Louie on 01/05/2017
Reply from TartyBikes on 02/05/2017
Hi Louie - This tyre - or any of the tyres in our 19" Tyres category - should fit your Ska fine. Thanks, Mark
My kid has a Onza Bird 2012 - Red/White (with upgraded sealed Onza front hub)
- Does the Maxxis Creepy Crawler Rear19" fit this bike rear wheel?
- Does the Maxxis Creepy Crawler 20'' fit this bike front wheel?
- Does the Trialtech Chain Tugs (pair) fit this bike?
Posted by Jarle Kallevik on 31/05/2017
Reply from TartyBikes on 01/06/2017
Hi Jarle - All of those parts should fit your son's Bird absolutely fine. If you'd like to changeto some slightly tougher chain tugs, the Gusset Kojak Chain Tugs fit the Bird too. Thanks, Mark
how come this would not fit the inza rip why is that bike different?
Posted by JAI BENTLEY on 18/12/2011
Reply from TartyBikes on 19/12/2011
Hi Jai - The Rip uses a 20" rear wheel, whereas the Maxxis Creepy Crawler is actually a 19" tyre. It's got 20 x 2.50" written on the sidewall as the outer diameter is actually the same as a 20" wheel and tyre would be, but this is because the tyre has a very large volume - the rims used with them are actually 19". None of the tyres in the 19" tyres section will fit the Rip for this reason. Thanks, Mark
is there such thing as a 2.6,2.7 rear tyre and is it a maxxis creepy crawler
Posted by ben brown on 17/08/2012
Reply from TartyBikes on 23/08/2012
Hi Ben - Monty make 2.6" tyres, but no-one else makes anything over 2.5". Thanks, Mark
Would this wheel fit an onza rip 2009
Posted by Patryk Boniek on 13/02/2014
Reply from TartyBikes on 14/02/2014
Hi Patryk - thanks for your question. Unfortunately it would not fit your bike as this is for 19" rims, and your bike uses a 20" rim. You would need to select one of the 20" tyres to fit that wheel. Thanks, Flipp.
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Based on 4 customer ratings
Posted by ant on 19/11/2011
Good grip no matter what condition you ride in.
Reply from TartyBikes on 21/11/2011
Hi Ant - The Maxxis Supertacky compound is definitely one of the best out there. Thanks for the review.
A classic for a good reason!
Posted by Scipio on 26/09/2014
Well - this was purchased on reputation and for aesthetics (who isn't a style tart!) - but, not only does it look ace on the bike, it also works. Compared to the Maxxis the stock tyres on my budget ride felt like they were crafted from plastic, offering no grip or response. The Creepys grip stunningly, look good and offer a wide, predictable cushion for a novice. Would highly recommend!
Posted by chris on 26/09/2014
hi i been using Maxxis Tyre`s for years now, great for street and man made sections, works well for me i have tryed alot off diffident Tyre`s In the past but for me its got to be Maxxis, cheers
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