Rene Herse 700 x 42 Hurricane Ridge

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Hurricane Ridge is a mountainous area in Washington’s Olympic National Park offering a variety of bike trails, from ridgetop traverses to steep paths that descend to subalpine lakes and panoramic valleys climbs. Named after such terrain, it is easy to understand what sort of tire the Hurricane Ridge is: an all rounded bike tire with an affinity for mountains.


Overview

Hurricane Ridge is a mountainous area in Washington’s Olympic National Park offering a variety of bike trails, from ridgetop traverses to steep paths that descend to subalpine lakes and panoramic valleys climbs. Named after such terrain, it is easy to understand what sort of tire the Hurricane Ridge is: an all rounded bike tire with an affinity for mountains.

Offered in a 700 x 42 configuration and in two casing options, the Standard casing of the Hurricane Ridge strikes a balance between affordability, comfort and speed without compromising on durability. The Endurance casing on the other hand comes reinforced with extra sidewall protection while retaining the speed and comfort for which Rene Herse tires are famous making them Ted King’s weapon of choice for a number of Unbound Gravel races.

Ideal for chewing through gravel or heading into unknown terrain, this tire gives you the confidence that you’ll be able to handle everything from fast pavement to deep mud or snow. Wearing a dual-purpose knobby tread, the Hurricane ridge is a balanced performer, being supported by the same amount of rubber, whether rolling forward or leaning into a turn. Rene Herse promise that the Hurricane Ridge will give you uniform grip at all times – whether in a muddy gravel race or during a paved descent with ultra-fast hairpin turns.

Features

  • Clincher, folding bead
  • Tubeless-compatible
  • Standard casing has supple casing
  • Endurance casing has ultra-fine threads and protective belt under sidewalls and tread
  • Made in Japan

Specs

  • Maximum pressure with tubes: 75 psi (5.2 bar)
  • Maximum recommended pressure – tubeless: 60 psi (4 bar)
  • Actual width on 20 mm rim (internal): approx. 42 mm
  • Actual width on 23 mm rim (internal): approx. 43 mm
  • Tubeless: +0.5 mm width
  • Recommended rim: 17 – 31 mm (inner width; hookless: +1 mm)
  • Standard casing:515 g
  • Endurance casing:515 g

Warranty

All Rene Herse products are backed by warranty against defects in material and manufacturing.

Please see our Warranty page for the details of our warranty process as well as additional information regarding the Rene Herse warranty policy.


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A CampfireCycling.com Customer
MI
03/13/2022
mike i.
United States (US) United States (US)

700 x 42 Hurricane Ridge First Impressions

These tires are being used on a 2003 Airborne Ti Carpe Diem Frame with canti brakes. 42mm is about as wide as the chain stays will allow. Off pavement riding so far has been in the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area near Sonoita, AZ. The tire is a pretty good choice for those tracks, but the lack of a wider tire will trip me up in some of the sandy wash sections. Traction is good. The standard tire casing seems to be a good compromise between suppleness and giving some protection to rocks in the path. I’m pleasantly surprised at how the tire performs on paved sections. Not too noisy and leaning the bike over in paved turns doesn’t supply any scary moments. The rear tire I mounted had a tread irregularity that didn’t seem right. Toby at Campfire and me checked rim trueness, bead seating, etc. and agreed that the tire is defective. We submitted a warranty claim for a replacement tire. This is the first QC problem I’ve had with a Rene Herse tire.