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Framed Minnesota 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire

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Description: Framed Minnesota 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire

Framed Minnesota 26" tire is 4" of grippy goodness. Made by Innova, this 120TPI bearclaw of a tire rolls confidently on the loose stuff like snow and gravel while still confident and efficienton pavement and hardpack.

Key Features of Framed Minnesota 120 TPI Fat Bike Tire:
  • Updated model with thinner casing; improved traction at low pressures and 100-200g lighter than standard 120tpi version
  • Intended Use: Fat Bike
  • Defined Color: Black
  • Color Tread/Side: Black/Black
  • Tire Type: Fat Clincher
  • Tire Diameter: 26"
  • Labeled Width: 4"
  • ISO Diameter: 559 / 26" mtn
  • Tire Bead: Folding
  • PSI: 5 - 30 PSI
  • Folding Bead, Ultralite Casing

Minnesota 120Tpi


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I have approximately 2000 miles on my MN tires from the past year. I have not used them on snow. In dirt and sand, I have found them to be incredibly good tires. They respond to the trail surface and climb very well. I can't say that I have had any issues with them washing out or even really losing traction in any condition... I know that sounds unlikely, but I am racking my brain and it seems to be true. With all the expensive name brand tires out there, I was prepared to not like these tires, but they have won me over for Summer riding. I run them tubless with the Framed carbon rims and they do not lose pressure and no burping to report. I did not weigh them before mounting them, but the weight feels good on them. I typically run them at 9.5f/10.5r for Summer conditions and I am a 150lb rider.
November 17, 2015
Traverse City, MI, US
Age: 25-44
Ability:
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Minnesota 4.0 fat bike tire 120tpi casting
I have been riding these tires for over a year and a half and they climb exceptionally well and handle excellent. I have not set them up tubeless but I have ridden them in the snow and also didn't disappoint. not so great on ice though but with just a small amount of snowy crust they hooked up fine. I would use them again but I might replace them for icy conditions or stud them and buy a second pair.
Dutchess Rail Trail in lower Hudson Valley NY
Big Blue ready for the garage after a long day grinding
December 21, 2016
Hopewell Junction, NY, US
Age: 45-64
Ability:
Advanced
Good stock tire.
I've been looking at more expensive tires and honestly these ones work pretty well. Good in snow and dirt as far as I can tell. I tried every dang method on the internet to get these to go tubeless with the stock wheels on the framed Alaska bikes and the bead would simply not seat. It's not the tires fault but the rims. Anyway, good tire. Cheap enough I might buy a set to stud.
August 14, 2017
99508, AK, US

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Why did you choose this?
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good review on fat-bike .com, specifically corner-grip
Michael B on Jun 30, 2015
good review on fat-bike .com, specifically corner-grip
Michael B on Jun 30, 2015
Choose because the Vee Mission that came with the 1st gen Framed Min 2.0 were not that great in snow. Nice for XC riding, ok for beach sand, good on wet rocks, but no go mud & snow.
Cameron J on Mar 28, 2015
Choose because the Vee Mission that came with the 1st gen Framed Min 2.0 were not that great in snow. Nice for XC riding, ok for beach sand, good on wet rocks, but no go mud & snow.
Cameron J on Mar 28, 2015
I have the 2014 Minnesota 2.0, and read about a possible deal to replace the stock Missions. Is there a deal, or is it 200 for the set?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you purchased a Framed 2.0 From The House all you have to do is give our sales department a call and they will be happy to help you with ordering a new set of Minnesota Tires from Framed. The number here is 1 (800) 409-7669 and just ask for sales!

Thanks!
How much does this tire weigh?
A shopper on Jan 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
I just had our bike shop weigh one: 1280g (that is not an official weight from framed bikes).
can the minnesota tires be set up tubeless? i have the framed alaskan.
Robert B on Mar 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I tried every method with the stock framed Alaska wheel and it's a no go. Not sure if it was the tire or wheel design or both.
Hi how much to ship these to Britain can't find anyone who deals with the framed minisota tyres over here thanks bryan?
Bryan S on Nov 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bryan,
Apparently Framed is working on European dealers... in the next year. We are happy to ship these tires to you however. Here: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/international-shipping/ It looks like it will be: $49.95.
Are these studdable?
David L on Dec 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No the Framed Minnesota Tire are not stud-able as far far as the tire is not pre drilled. You can stud them with with GripStuds.
100 to 200 grams lighter but you don't state the weight..... how much do they weigh?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 1328 grams!

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