The Jumbo Jim is a fast, durable, light tire that can be used all-year, in all conditions. It doesn’t do one thing great, but it does many things well.
For me, I wanted a tire that I could rely on to get the job done no matter where, or what I was riding. And because I enjoy riding my fat bike throughout the year, I wanted the lightest possible option without sacrificing durability. However, these tires are not for everyone. The minimal tread and lighter casing could be a show stopper for some folks.
It’s really going to come down to what you value in a tire, and how you plan to use it. I’ve been running mine in the front and back of my Carver Carbo’Beast for the last two years and I have no complaints.
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Footage notes: Most shots were taken at the Haverford Reserve in Haverford PA, Smedley Park in Springfield PA, Wissahickon Park in Philadelphia PA, and Mt Penn in Reading PA. #Schwalbe #FatBike #MountainBiking #MTBgear #mtb #FatBiking #Review
2 thoughts on “Schwalbe Jumbo Jim “Jack of all terrains, master of none””
Why can’t you buy Jumbo Jims on their website anymore… always says out?? Bike shops all over and online retailers all have them in stock. I was given a warranty voucher from Scwalbe for free replacement on a Jumbo Jim a year ago… but their site always says out. Sounds fishy….
Sorry for the delayed response Ron. I am just seeing this. Regarding your question, I have no idea. I have always bought mine from 3rd party online shops. It suck that you have a voucher that you can’t use. Have you tried contacting them about the issue?