Antelope Hill is the unofficial name of the last great climb of the iconic Oregon Outback, the 360-mile gravel race that traversed Oregon from the south to the north. The Antelope Hill is the ideal tire for this and similar bikepacking routes combining excellent speed on pavement with enough width to float on top of the gravel, rather than sink into loose aggregate.
The Antelope Hill comes in a 700 X 44mm width, and is the largest slick tire offered by Renee Herse available in two casing options: the Standard casing strikes a balance between affordability, comfort and speed without compromising on durability, offering extra protection against sidewall cuts on sharp rocks. The Extralight casing on the other hand takes the performance, comfort and feel of your bike to an entirely new level.
Wide tires offer a larger footprint for greater traction and confidence giving extra cushion on fire roads and single tracks, so if your bike frame will accommodate them, bigger is definitely better and down at Renee Herse, they don’t get much bigger than the Antelope Hill.
- Clincher, folding bead
- Supple casing
- Tan sidewalls
- Maximum pressure with tubes: 55 psi (3.8 bar)
- Maximum recommended pressure – tubeless: 55 psi (3.8 bar)
- Actual width on 20 mm rim (internal): approx. 54 mm
- Actual width on 23 mm rim (internal): approx. 55 mm
- Tubeless: +0.5 mm width
- Weight: 535 g