Our inspiring overview is coming soon. For now, here is what Rene Herse has to say:
The ultimate tire for speedy gravel adventures! At 55 mm wide, the Antelope Hill is our largest tire yet. We name our tires after the passes in the Cascade Mountains that have inspired them: Antelope Hill is the last great climb on the 360-mile Oregon Outback mixed-surface ride/race. Oregon’s gravel is quite loose in places, and the extra floatation of the Antelope Hill tires gives you more speed and security when the going gets really rough.
Antelope Hill itself is a beautiful paved climb (photo), so we designed this tire to roll as fast and grip as well as a good racing tire. With this tire, you truly have the best of both worlds.
All Rene Herse tires combine the performance of high-end tubular tires with the convenience of clinchers and the width for all-road riding. The Standard casing is a more affordable option that also offers extra protection against sidewall cuts on sharp rocks. The Extralight casing takes the performance, comfort and feel of your bike to an entirely new level.
The Antelope Hill is tubeless-compatible in both standard and extralight casings. When used with tubes, we recommend the SV19 or SV19A tubes.
Made in Japan.
Our in-depth features analysis are forthcoming. For now, here is how Rene Herse puts it:
- Clincher, folding bead
Our clear and concise specs will be ready soon. For now, here is how Rene Herse puts it:
- Maximum pressure with tubes: 55 psi (3.8 bar)
- Maximum recommended pressure – tubeless: 55 psi (3.8 bar)
- “Standard” supple casing
- Tan sidewalls
- 535 g