Teravail Washburn Review: Bikepacking With a Center-Slick

After 1,000 miles of use, Neil reviews the new Teravail Washburn, a center-slick tire designed for gravel. Watch our latest video gear review here…

Center-slick tires have grown in popularity these past few years, and it was only a matter of time until Teravail launched one of their own. Last month, they did exactly that. In our latest YouTube video, we check out the new Teravail Washburn. Watch the video review below with thoughts on their overall performance and durability after 1,000 miles of riding. Plus, what do you think… can a center-slick design be adapted to a larger volume tire?


  • Teravail Washburn Review, Bikepacking With a Center-Slick
  • Teravail Washburn Review, Bikepacking With a Center-Slick
  • Teravail Washburn Review, Bikepacking With a Center-Slick
  • Teravail Washburn Review, Bikepacking With a Center-Slick
  • Teravail Washburn Review, Bikepacking With a Center-Slick

The Teravail Washburn comes in 60TPI Durable or Light and Supple casings in either black or tan sidewall options. The Teravail Washburn are available now from your local dealer in the following sizes: 700c x 38mm, 700c x 42mm, and 650b x 47mm. Learn more over at Teravail.com.

  • 700 x 38 / Black / Durable: $60 USD
  • 700 x 38 / Black / Light and Supple: $55 USD
  • 700 x 38 / Tan / Durable: $60 USD
  • 700 x 38 / Tan / Light and Supple: $55 USD
  • 700 x 42 / Black / Durable: $60 USD
  • 700 x 42 / Black / Light and Supple: $55 USD
  • 700 x 42 / Tan / Durable: $60 USD
  • 700 x 42 / Tan / Light and Supple: $55 USD
  • 650 x 47 / Black / Durable: $60 USD
  • 650 x 47 / Black / Light and Supple: $55 USD
  • 650 x 47 / Tan / Durable: $60 USD
  • 650 x 47 / Tan / Light and Supple: $55 USD

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