What does “gravel” mean to you? With Teravail’s release of the new Washburn, they ask just that. Learn more about the new tire and watch their two launch videos here…

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The all-new Teravail Washburn is slated as the company’s high-performance tire that’s suitable everything from rough pavement to gravel and dirt roads, from Monday morning commutes to cross-continent journeys. The Washburn features a slick center tread to help it roll fast, and progressive transition lugs and tall side knobs to provide grip in the corners and on loose or uneven terrain.

  • Travail Washburn Gravel Tire
  • Travail Washburn Gravel Tire
  • Travail Washburn Gravel Tire
  • Travail Washburn Gravel Tire
  • Travail Washburn Gravel Tire

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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