We know exactly what you’re going to say in the comments, and guess what? Kenda’s new gravity-oriented mountain bike tire, The Pinner, is even more predictable than that! Designed with some serious input from Aaron Gwin, the dual-compound Pinner comes in two casings; AGC for heavy gravity use and ATC for trail use. Sizes available are 27.5 or 29 x 2.4-inches and they retail for $84.95 (AGC) or $79.95 (ATC).

We found the tires to be very predictable and stable in loose to loose-over-hardpack conditions and considering their intended use, they rolled faster than we expected. Our AGC version has shown some signs of sidewall wear and there is a bit of marbling on the cornering knobs (softer rubber than the firmer center knobs), but we’re happy with the performance of the Pinner. Vital gives them 4 out of 5 stars.

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41 Comments

Kyle Marmesh

July 1, 2020

Keen on these. How supportive is the sidewall on the ATC? Any squirminess in hard cornering?

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David Guerra

July 1, 2020

Ok, so the durability of the ATC seems excellent, and from your experience the AGC did not bring an advantage in this regard? And what about grip and rolling resistance, how do they compare? I have tried the Hellkat AEC and ATC, and while the ATC was good, the AEC gripped fenomenally. The ATC rolled a lot better though. It's strange that ATC's knobs seemed to fold more, which usually happens with the grippier tire versions but not here. The AEC's knobs seemed better supported due to the hard rubber layer beneath. Anyway, what conclusions did you draw from comparing the two versions, besides durability?

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Nik604 Nikolov

July 1, 2020

When it comes to the perfect intermediate tire, the Magic Mary's are still the best, IMHO .

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Bad Drivers of Columbus, Georgia

July 1, 2020

I wish the trail version was a bit lighter and a lot cheaper.

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Justin Bohner

July 1, 2020

Where can I get these for $25?

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Ninjanulski

July 1, 2020

Sure looks alot like the Minion DHF

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Josh Brown

July 1, 2020

No Comment

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Natão

July 1, 2020

On front i've used Hellkat… And Know this is better!? Hellkat seems better than DHF, to me (used for a couple of miles)

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Sebi _ Palgino

July 1, 2020

I'm not gonna lie the tread really reminds me of the minion dhf

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daniel charlie fernandez

July 1, 2020

Buchika meka sopo otoronga masiko. Predict that kenda!

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JACK CHEUNG

July 1, 2020

Pinner Pro is purely for downhill.

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Cliff J

July 1, 2020

Great review. Perfect timing too since im in the market for new tires. Can you guys do a review on the new Teravail Kessel 2.4?

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zmums

July 1, 2020

Gwinnions tho

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J West

July 1, 2020

At 2:31 you can see a potential sasquatch arch. Pretty cool!

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Stu Billit

July 1, 2020

Looks like the onza aquila..

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Dirty Bike TV

July 1, 2020

It is the Akeda Aquila

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Alec Balabanis

July 1, 2020

Damn shots fired with the thumbnail🤣🤣

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ThugZer0

July 1, 2020

kenda for 80 bucks? lol)

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Juan Carlos Alpízar

July 1, 2020

Booster, Regolith and now Pinner, Kenda seems to be doing well in the recent time, I'm really curious myself about the Regolith now that winter n' mud season just started here in Costa Rica.

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typhoid77

July 1, 2020

Looks like Bontrager xr4

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Duane White

July 1, 2020

How does it compare to the Aquila? Both tread patterns by Qwin and I have not seen two brand of tires with all most identical tread patterns. Casing and compound however can make all the difference.

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Gerrit Mai

July 1, 2020

Riding Kenda since years; Nevegal in summer, Hellkat rest of the year. Hope they get more attention for now. Grip, price, look und durabillity is awesome.

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Batscat

July 1, 2020

Needs more sizes
Orange sealant ftw.

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O

July 1, 2020

That's fun (as always) to hear 'Final verdicts'. Almost all the reviews they are just the same, like: "bla bla, well it's competetive, and it's surly fun to ride".

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Андрей Командик

July 1, 2020

kenda its bulllshiit for wallmartbikes

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no name

July 1, 2020

Snitch on the poor sealant! I've tried conti's and it balled up, back to Stan's I went…

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W B

July 1, 2020

how does it compare to the DHF or the Hellkat?
Edit: after a few weeks riding the pinner in dry conditions I can say the pinner feels much better than the DHF to me. So much more consistent with its smaller channel between the center and side nobs. It rolls and corners about the same but it loses its grip more gradually than the DHF. In general I find myself no longer adjusting my cornering angles to the tire like I did on the DHF because of its wider channel. I trust the pinner much more and I ride with less distraction because of it. I can imagine the pinner having more trouble in the wet or gravel though because of its larger nob surface, but so far – it's far superior on hardpack, loose over hard and rock. Also on chundery rock gardens and roots (dry) because of the grip in any angle, also when uncontrolled.
I've ridden park laps, enduro and typical trail riding on the pinner and am a moderate to advanced lvl rider.

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padvi

July 1, 2020

untl now still DHF, DHR..

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john Cast

July 1, 2020

At 60miles its showing wear and scarring? If you only rode 15miles a week…you'll be replacing your Kenda every month. I'll pass thankyou for the review.

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Darrell's Moto Diary

July 1, 2020

Maxxis assegia is still king

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POVteer

July 1, 2020

awesome! tire looks pinned! 🤟

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Duds MTB

July 1, 2020

Great review! Good stuff. What would you say is the Maxxis comp? The DHF? I’m currently rubbing Aggressor rear and DHF front and looking to try new tires. These look intriguing due to a fast roller center.

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Guillermo Queirolo

July 1, 2020

Look so strong and nice design 🔥…well we must to try those tires🚀.
Thank you for show the features!!

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Richard H

July 1, 2020

Front or rear… or both?

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jcblebowski

July 1, 2020

DHFs

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Impulse Audio

July 1, 2020

Weight?

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Lou Talks Mtb

July 1, 2020

all tires are the same. . . . .. *coughs. . . . …

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MattyJ patty

July 1, 2020

Aquialla much?

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Chris Hawk

July 1, 2020

Where in Boise was this filmed?

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Chris Hawk

July 1, 2020

🔥4L

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jptothetree

July 1, 2020

Looks like a Session

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