This is a review of the 2019 IRC Volcanduro VE Rear tire
Every once in a while a manufacture will come out with a new tire for the enduro crowd that gets everyone excited.
IRC has done that with the Volcanduro VE33 rear tire.
The name “Volcanduro” is a bit strange…but HEY if it works who cares what IRC calls it.
When IRC set out to build the VE33 they wanted to build something that could be really grippy but also be able to take the abuse that dirtbike tires take.
The Volcanduro V33 rear tire is built out of an optimum rubber compound that allows you to get traction in the places that need it.
This IRC V33 tire has been developed for cross country and hard enduro racing.
Here are what people are saying about the IRC Volcanduro VE33 tire
“the best tire for the type of riding I do”
” I have been using the VE33 since the early 90s best all around tire out there”
“Looks grippy, big knobs with even distribution”
“Has been a great tire time and time again whether im riding east coast mud, west coast rocky single track or trying to climb a big hill”
The IRC Volcanduro VE33 tire is a new sticky tire that offers you grip and knobby performance that is needed when riding offroad.
When you ride offroad you encounter just about every different kind a conditions imaginable.
How does the IRC Volcanduro VE33 compare?
- Shinko 505 Cheater
- Shinko 525 Cheater
- Kenda IBEX
We are in the process of pitting them against each other and so far the VE33 really is stacking up.
It has the grip of the Kenda IBEX
With the durability of the Shinko tires
What sizes does the IRC Volcanduro VE33 rear come in?
- Volcanduro VE33 100/100×17
- Volcanduro VE33 100/100×18
- Volcanduro VE33 110/100×18
- Volcanduro VE33 110/90×19
- Volcanduro VE33 5.10×17
- Volcanduro VE33 5.10×18
The IRC VE33 is an intermediate tire for offroad racing and riding.
IRC Volcanduro VE33 Specs
- Position Rear
- Load Rating 64
- Speed Rating M
- Tire Type Offroad
- Tire Application Intermediate T10161
IRC VE33 with TUbliss
Tubliss is highly recommended to run with the VE33. This combination makes you pretty much unstoppable.
Sticky tires with the ability to run at a low pressure really make for the best grip available.
We are working on a full review with Tubliss and the VE33