Teravail just expanded its tire range, adding three new platforms with a variety of casings, colors, sizes, and widths. All total, there are more than 30 new variations in their growing lineup. Find details and photos on the all-new Rutland, Honcho, and Ehline below.
The Rutland is Teravail’s latest gravel offering, designed for coarse, muddy gravel, as well as all-around use. It’s available in three sizes: 700c x 38mm, 700c x 42mm, and 650B x 47mm. All variations have 60 TPI, are tubeless-ready, and are available with black sidewalls (durable or light and supple casing) or tan sidewalls (light and supple casing only). A minimum internal rim width of 23mm is recommended across the board.
Their inspiration for the new Rutland came from racing and riding coarse gravel in any weather conditions. Angled lugs with deep, open spacing are intended to help keep the tread free from mud, and to offer steady handling in a range of conditions – from hardpacked singletrack to muddy, loose gravel.
The 700c x 38mm Rutland offers a firmer and more responsive ride, with a lower-volume casing that allows for higher tire pressures and easier rolling on smooth surfaces.
The long outer diameter of the 700c x 42mm tire adds to rollover ability on rougher terrain. The 42mm width also complements the geometry of modern disc-brake gravel and all-road frames, enhancing comfort and performance.
The 650b x 47mm Rutland provides maximum volume for a larger contact patch and increased traction. This size is perfect for fire roads and singletrack, with durability that offers greater flexibility for exploration.
As one of two new tires in their mountain bike range, the Honcho is intended as an all-around, high-performance trail tire, aimed at boosting traction in loose, uneven terrain. It was created with rocky, rooty terrain in mind, such as the techy trail systems in New England, the rugged backcountry of the Ozarks, and the rocky deserts of California. The Honcho’s aggressive angular lugs are designed to bite into all types of terrain, letting riders grip confidently, while the fast-rolling center tread is meant to insure the ride never feels slow or unwieldy.
The Honcho is available in 27.5″ and 29″ sizes, 2.4″ or 2.6″ widths, and with black sidewalls (durable or light and supple casing) or tan sidewalls (light and supple casing only). All variations have 60 TPI and are tubeless-ready. A minimum internal rim width of 24mm is recommended for the 2.4″ version, and a minimum 29mm internal width for the 2.6″ version.
Lastly, the Ehline (get it, “eh-line”/A-line) is Teravail’s attempt to create the perfect tire for hardpacked trails, and its final form drew from their team’s experiences on firm and flowy singletrack. Though it’s designed to roll quickly, its tall corner lugs provide aggressive grip when cornering, regardless of the surface.
The Ehline comes in 27.5” and 29” sizes, both offered in 2.3” and 2.5” widths, and with black sidewalls (durable or light and supple casing) or tan sidewalls (light and supple casing only). All variations have 60 TPI and are tubeless-ready. A minimum internal rim width of 24mm is recommended for the 2.3″ version, and a minimum 29mm internal width for the 2.5” version.
Complete Tire Charts
The following tables help visualize the entire range of Rutland, Honcho, and Ehline variations:
Prices range from $65 to $75 per tire. Find out more or pick up a set by visiting Teravail.com.