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Purgatory Grid Trail 2Bliss Ready T7

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Meet the totally new Purgatory. This do-it-all tread features large center square lugs that bite in soft soil, while still providing support on hard-packed ground and is equally at home on the front or back of the bike. Block-in-block knobs roll fast, adapt to terrain, and are supremely confident when pushed hard. There’s plenty of meat on the Purgatory to offer reassuring grip across a wide range of terrain.

Dial in for your best ride with casing and compound combos on Purgatory tires. When choosing a casing and compound, think about where and how you ride. Pick the GRID Casing for a light and supple ride, that still offers sidewall protection panels. If you need additional stability and durability, scale up to GRID Trail which adds bead-to-bead protection on top of the GRID base. When it comes to compounds, firmer rubber—like the T7—prioritizes rolling speed, and longevity, but still has excellent grip. Our T9 compound is a gummy, gravity compound with loads of stickiness, for the rider won’t compromise on grip. Whatever trails you ride, the tactical tread pattern of Purgatory plus casing and compound options make it a great tire to level up your ride.

Rider Reviews

  • 4.7
  • 3 Reviews

Surprisingly Grippy

I ride in Tucson, AZ in rocky terrain with plenty of loose over hard pack, rocky spots and technical climbs. I started with this in the front for something faster rolling but still Grippy and it worked surprisingly well for the fact that it's blocks are not particularly tall, compared to a Butcher or DHF, though the spacing is not too different. Switched to a Butcher in the front and the Purgatory in the rear instead of the Eliminator and really like that combination. The butcher just gives better grip in the front than the purgatory and the purgatory in the rear has noticeably more grip than the Eliminator that was there before, both with pedalling/braking and with cornering and I have had far fewer instances of the rear wheel sliding out on technical loose climbs. The cornering traction in the rear is also better and I actually have struggled to get it o break loose when I have tried to do so intentionally. The rolling resistance is also not noticeably worse than with the eliminator.


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Josia

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So far so good

Over 100km ridden so far and it feels good. Faster rolling than a sticky DHR2(obviously) in the mixed conditions we've had.....dry and hard moving soft and wet with the rain, not super muddy but a bit slick in places and grip felt good. Casing feels tough. So far so good

Would Recommend?
Yes!

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Tim L.

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