Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire for Onewheel™ (PREORDER: Shipping in November)
PLEASE NOTE: This is a preorder for the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire. Your tire is expected to ship in November or sooner. Orders are shipped in the order that they are received! Order now and receive your tire sooner rather than later.
PREORDER TIP: Order other Craft&Ride items with your tire and your non-preorder items will ship now via free shipping!
Craft&Ride is proud to partner with Burris Racing to introduce the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 TX-33 Treaded Tire for your Onewheel. Experience a completely new ride with the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire.
The Treaded Design:
The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire is Craft&Ride's favorite tire for riding off-road with the Onewheel! The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire introduces increased carveability and enhanced traction over the stock Onewheel tire. The treaded design of the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 offers extreme control on and off-road and the center rib design enhances stability throughout all environments. The tread of this tire is designed further up the sidewall for extreme traction and smooth carving on trails. The sidewalls are also enhanced to ensure superb durability.
The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire is compatible with the Onewheel+ XR, Onewheel+, and original Onewheel. The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Treaded Tire is not compatible with the Onewheel Pint.
The Burris 11 x 5.0-6 Slick Tire for the Onewheel Pint is now available here.
We recommend using tire sealant when installing your new tire. Prevent against flats with Armor-Dilloz Tire Sealant.
Tools for Installation:
The ProRide Tool Kit contains all of the necessary tools to complete your tire change. If you would like to replace your worn or missing fasteners, we also offer the conveniently organized ProRide Hardware Kit.
Recommended Tire Pressure:
We recommend setting your tire pressure to 10% of your body weight and then increasing or decreasing to your liking.
- Set your tire pressure to 10% of your body weight. For example, if you weigh 190 lbs, set your tire pressure to 19 PSI.
- If you want your tire to be harder and more round, increase your tire pressure a few PSI from 10%. You will get greater range with a higher PSI.
- If you want your tire to be softer and more stable, decrease your tire pressure a few PSI. You will absorb impact from drops easier with a lower PSI.
- Call or text Nick at +1 (909) 609-5719 if you have any questions.
This product comes with:
- One Burris 11 x 6.0-6 TX-33 Treaded Tire
- Craft&Ride Stickers (Please leave an order note with which stickers you would specifically like and we will include them if they are in stock!)
I have the impression to have a v2 of my XR so much it does everything better than before. Both on the road and off-road.
This wheel is just better in every way than the original. It can take a real beating, you can ride really agressive as you are practically glued to the ground with the grip of this amazing wheel. I cruise on grass, grubble, asphalt etc and it all feels good. When i wear this wheel down to the threads, i will buy the exact same one again. I love you guys, even got a personal greeting from one of the guys there. 10/10 on the rad scale
As always with C&R, great service and great product quality - quite an upgrade from the stock vega tire with increased traction and adherence with no compromise on stability. The fitter orginally put 20PSI but I've found that putting 18 greatly increases the comfort and overall ride quality. If at first it can feel slightly less smooth that the slick vega stock tire, that feeling quickly disappears to make way for pure carving joy on all terrains !
Thx you! Awesome service and products! My OW is reborn)
There is nothing better!
WARNING! The Burris is so stable that it’s easy to get going way too fast. Iv definitely taken a few diggers cuz I didn’t feel the pushback. Super stable tire! If most of your riding is on pavement or in town and gotta make tight low speed turns, I recommend sticking with the Vega or going with the Hoosier if you’re set on having a cool tread “look”. I wasn’t crazy about the Hoosier. The Hoosier sure looks cool but I found the tread didn’t do much of anything. The Hoosier looks cool and is incredible at lower speed and in town. It swivels on a dime. But super unstable at speed and on uneven ground. I’d say that’s the best for in town and some light off-road nor to fast. The Vega does pretty much the same thing but slightly less nimble. Vega is good. Save the $ if that your style. Then the Burris! Definitely does it all. Low speed tight turns on pavement definitely requires more of the twist style turn, but it’s so flat profile (I don’t care what anyone says, way more square than the Vega outa the box, gotta break it in) that balancing for technical stuff and standing perfectly still waiting for the light to go green is super easy. But you gotta kind own it. That riding definitely takes some experience and some real twisting action for it to feel comfortable. The higher the psi the better for that stuff. Now the Burris long distance and off road. Again, if it’s open pavement, watch your speed! 20mph comes up real quick! Which is awesome.... but... just say’n...be careful;). Of road this tire is a total game changer. After about 100 miles on it to knock the edges down a bit, it becomes easily snappy, in town too, and doesn’t slip unless you want it to. A quick snap on dirt, especially going fast, suddenly feels totally stable. Like it won’t wash out. I’m still working on the toe side snap cuz the tire locks up so good that the toe side requires commitment at high speed. Bottom line, for me, lots of town and lots of dirt, literally every single day (gotta break it in and psi set to weight is about perfect) is absolutely perfect. If you ride a lot and want something for absolutely everything, get the Burris. Also, it’s easy to install and remove. The bead isn’t too tight. The Hoosier is a bitch. Sum’d up; the Vega seems like that’s what the board was designed for. The Vega has the same traction as Hoosier, I’m serious, but the Hoosier is SUPER nimble but not stable at all. I’d stick with the Vega. The Burris rules. Bottom line. Takes some break in time and some experience but definitely the best of the 3.