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Every year, one of our top priorities at Interbike is to check out the new category-specific products. That is not just new cyclocross and gravel bikes but also the tires made specifically for our terrain and disciplines.

So we made the rounds, and as expected, there are new treads, sizes, casings and colors ready for your drop bar adventures and racing. Have a look in the gallery below.

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Panaracer

Bored with the drab colors of today’s gravel tires? Panaracer has six new color options for the more adventuresome tire consumers.

New Panaracer gravel tires come in three new tread colors and two sidewall colors, in limited quantities, shipping soon. 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

New Panaracer gravel tires come in three new tread colors and two sidewall colors, in limited quantities, shipping soon. 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

Available in limited quantities, the new colorful Gravel King tires come in three tread colors: Nile Blue, Military Green, and Ivory White.

New Panaracer gravel tires come in three new tread colors and two sidewall colors, in limited quantities, shipping soon. 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

New Panaracer gravel tires come in three new tread colors and two sidewall colors, in limited quantities, shipping soon. 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

All three tread colors will come in both black and brown sidewall options.

Study the labels of Panaracer’s popular Gravel King tires, and you can be forgiven for assuming the Japan-based tire company has unveiled a slew of new sizes.

Panaracer has changed its labeled widths due to wider rims, but not the actual casing width. All gravel tires come in two sidewall colors. New Panaracer cyclocross and gravel tires from 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

Panaracer has changed its labeled widths due to wider rims, but not the actual casing width. All gravel tires come in two sidewall colors. New Panaracer cyclocross and gravel tires from 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

A while back there were 35mm and 40mm sizes, and now there are 43mm and 38mm options, but the new sizing is an update to reflect today’s wider rims.

You also will start to see a new Gravel King All Conditions label soon, but the new label is a rebranding of the Gravel King Mud to better reflect the likely use for the knobby tread.

The Gravel King All Conditions is a lighter variation of the Panaracer Regacross, with the same tread but is tubeless compatible with a different construction than the Regacross.

The Panaracer GravelKing Mud, the lighter version of the Regacross, is changing names to the GravelKing All Condtiions. New Panaracer cyclocross and gravel tires from 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

The Panaracer GravelKing Mud, the lighter version of the Regacross, is changing names to the GravelKing All Condtiions. New Panaracer cyclocross and gravel tires from 2018 Interbike. © Cyclocross Magazine

The new colors and labels will not impact pricing.

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