This XC mountain bike tire was made to roll fast on hardpack, and dig in hard on the turns. Folding bead versions of the Critter use EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection.
The Camber rolls fast in the front, and bites into corners in the loose stuff. Reversed on the rear, the Camber gives precision cornering, plus additional acceleration and climbing traction. It is available with a wire bead, a folding bead with EPS puncture protection and a UST-certified bead profile and casing.
It can be run tubeless on an approved UST wheel. To keep you burning up the trail, the Jack Rabbit has a fast-rolling tread design with small ramped knobs. For technical sections, our EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection will give you the confidence to concentrate on tough lines. Also, the Jack Rabbit is available in a tube-type version for riders not using UST-certified wheels.
Push the standards of all-mountain freeride tires with the beefed up BFT from CST. The BFT (Big Fat Tire) has it where it counts – meaty center and side knobs to dig in on tight turns and tough climbs. Available with wire or folding bead with EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection.
This aggressively designed tire can tackle fast riding on hardpack and loose terrain. Low, widely spaced center knobs keep debris where they belong, and tall shoulder knobs dig in on the turns. The Heathen is available in wire or folding bead. The folding bead version features a dual-compound tread and our EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection.
This tire lives and breathes singletrack. Tall, open center tread keeps the mud off your tires and grips hard while climbing. Aggressive side knobs dig into loose soil and give you confidence to rail your bicycle through the turns. The Ouster is available in wire or folding bead in 26” and 29” sizes. The folding bead versions feature dual-compound rubber and EPS (Exceptional Puncture Safety) puncture protection.
Bad conditions won’t stop you from getting a ride in. The Rock Hawk tire from CST is right there with you. Loose footing, mud, and rain won’t stop the Rock Hawk from carrying you through technical downhill and tough climbs. Available with wire or folding bead with EPS puncture protection.
From slickrock in Moab to the soft soil of the PNW, the Patrol delivers. The medium-height ramped center knobs roll fast while still delivering the bite you need for tough climbs. The shoulder knobs are laid out in an aggressive stance, ready for precise turns and it is also available in wire or folding bead with EPS puncture protection.
The design was built for one thing- speed. The tightly packed center knobs eliminate rolling resistance so you can widen the lead, while widely spaced shoulder knobs bite in on technical sections. The B-Fast is available in wire and folding bead with EPS protection.
This is a great tire to have in your quiver for traction and tight cornering in different soil types. The overlapping center tread rolls fast on steep downhill, but bites in for tough climbs. The Thumper comes in 26×2.10 and is available in wire or folding bead with dual compound rubber and EPS protection.
Ramped and angled knobs roll fast, shed debris, and corner quickly, giving you the edge you need to win. The Beater is available with wire or folding bead with EPS puncture protection.
A true all-around mountain tire should be able to tackle tough climbs, pumpy downhills, and technical singletrack. The Gripper from CST is no exception. Ramped knobs in the center tread shed mud and debris, while aggressively staggered shoulder knobs stand ready for the most technical trails.
Before the Pika, gaining traction on gravel roads was a true feat. Now, it’s child’s play. Ramped center knobs roll fast on loose gravel, and u-shaped shoulder knobs dig in on the turns. The Pika comes in 700x38c and is equipped with dual compound tread, EPS protection, and wire bead.
This tire is designed to shed mud and deliver traction on pavement and dirt. The Cultivator doubles as a solid tire for both the commuter and cyclocross rider.