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Maxxis Ardent 26-inch
$41.00 - $58.00
Get after it with Maxxis' Ardent holding the line. This versatile tire features large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed corners along with a ramped center tread for easy rolling. Plus, the high-volume casing delivers a plush ride. This EXO version adds an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind. - Folding bead - Weight: 650g (26 x 2.25), 705g (EXO 26 x 2.25), 790g (EXO 26 x 2.40)
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$51.20 - $105.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. And, the center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Folding bead
Maxxis Minion DHF 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$52.00 - $105.00
The standard in fast-descending front tires. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - 3C MaxxTerra Compound available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
Maxxis Ardent 26-inch Tubeless Compatible
$55.00 - $64.00
The Maxxis Ardent is the do-it-all trail tire. An aggressive tread in high-volume casing designed for great traction, the Ardent doesn't forget the racer, offering large block-style side knobs with numerous edges for high-speed cornering. The center tread, while ideal for braking and accelerating traction, also features ramped knobs to minimize rolling resistance. With a wide variety of size offerings, the Ardent captures every mountain rider's needs. - Folding bead - EXO Protection Model offers extreme sidewall cut and abrasion resistance while remaining lightweight and highly flexible - Aggressive, high-volume tread
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26 x 2.3 EXO Tubeless Ready Tire
$57.24
Go-Ride's Take: The Maxxis Minion DHR II might be labeled a rear tire, but anything makes a good rear tire. We think this might be the best tire that no one is talking about, and we're talking about running it up front. But don't just take our word for it. Greg Minnaar and Steve Peat both raced this tire on the World Cup circuit any time they weren't running mud spikes. Both riders have long been loyal to the High Roller, but both riders made the switch. If it's good enough for those guys, it's certainly worth a try, even on your trail bike. What Maxxis Says: The trail version of the Maxxis Minion DHR II features the same tread pattern as its downhill counterpart, but uses a single-ply casing to reduce weight. With side knobs borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF, but widened to provide more support, the DHR II corners like no other. The center tread features ramped knobs to improve acceleration and sipes to create a smooth transition when leaning the bike. Paddle-like knobs on the center tread dig in under hard braking and help keep the bike under control. Pair it with a Minion DHF up front for the ultimate aggressive trail riding tire combo!
Maxxis Minion DHR II 26-inch
$62.40 - $70.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering, and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread is heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo! - Redesigned, wider shoulder knobs for better cornering - Paddle-like center knobs for improved braking - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking
Maxxis Minion DHR II Tire 26x2.4 Wire, Single Compound
$70.00
Go-Ride's Take: The Maxxis Minion DHR II might be labeled a rear tire, but anything makes a good rear tire. We think this might be the best tire that no one is talking about, and we're talking about running it up front. But don't just take our word for it. Greg Minnaar and Steve Peat both raced this tire on the World Cup circuit any time they weren't running mud spikes. Both riders have long been loyal to the High Roller, but both riders made the switch. If it's good enough for those guys, it's certainly worth a try, even on your trail bike. What Maxxis Says: The Minion DHR II is a complete redesign. Acceleration, cornering and braking have all been improved. The shoulder knobs were borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF and then beefed up to handle duty as a rear tire. The center tread has been heavily ramped and siped to roll fast and track straight under braking. Pair the DHR II with the Minion DHF for the ultimate aggressive riding combo!
Maxxis Minion DHF 3C, Exo 26-inch
$72.00
Get big-time DH tire action minus the weight with Maxxis' Minion DHF with 3C and Exo technology. Maxxis combines the best qualities of 3 rubbers to make a tire that corners and brakes like a champ. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and deliver rail-like cornering. And, it saves weight without giving up too much toughness thanks to the single-ply casing with EXO sidewalls. They add an extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material to the sidewalls for extra peace of mind when getting hectic in nasty, sharp terrain. - This can be used as a front and rear tire - Weight: 855 grams
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