Maxxis Larsen TT

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 Great tire, works excellent on trail and street! Bought only one for my rear wheel, it works perfect. Grips hard on mountain and it doesnt have any use signs, plus on the street its a good tire, grips and feels well. I bought the 1.9 for mine, im also planning on buying this tire for my front wheel too!
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 Very good DJ tire, very fast rolling and really good grip in loose dirt and hard-pack, definitely recommend this tire to anyone disciplined in DJ which is what I use it for mostly, but I find it does well in most terrains as long as it doesn't get too muddy, its almost the perfect multipurpose tire!
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 Pros: These tires are fast. Good when pedaling hard, braking hard, jumping, landing. Work well on every type of terrain i've tried them on (Dj's, pumptrack, gravel, roots, loose dirt). Cons: After a few months tread has worn down a bit. Pretty normal I guess?
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 I bought a pair of these about a month ago and they've been great, I got the folding 70a version and they weigh about 500g which is pretty good for some £22 tyres.
Ok they're not the grippiest tyres compared to High Rollers for example but they're much lighter and faster rolling so for dirt and 4X/dual they can't really be matched, there's some Schwalbe and Continental tyres that match them performance wise but not in price.
Don't get the 2.35FR ones though they're really heavy, get the 2.00 folding.
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 Just an amazing tire. Rolls over the terrain so smoothly, and when you need to stop the knobs dig in. The knobs on the end shouldn't be forgotten. I have had numerous time where I thought I was going down, but the knobs caught and I continued the ride.Only con is they are terrible for muddy conditions. Highly recommend if you live in a dry area.
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 I run tubeless with tubes just because I find that the sidewalls are a little thin... but other than that, they are great tires which I recommend/would recommend to anyone. They role extremely fast on dirt, and provide great traction when turning. BUY THIS TIRE! (By the way... I guess it varies from every bike shop, but people say that they are cheap... mine were $80.00 a pop totalling $160.00
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 These tyres are light and roll fast.They are great on hard pack and well worn singletrack, but the front breaks loose on dusty or loose corners. The rear loses traction on loose out-of-the-saddle climbs, breaking momentum
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 these tyres are the smothest and fatest ever
My m8 has a pare and his bike is nicest ever i carnt think of anything else to say about these amazing tyrs so bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeessssssssssssssssstttttttttttttttttttt tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeessssssssssssss iiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnn tttttttttttthhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeeeeee wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwoooooooooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrlllllllllllllldddddddddddddd
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 Ace Tyres for the summer sessions altho my mate raced hamsterly when its was a just complete slop and sludge and they cut thro that quiet well to be fair
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 I'm running this rear and it has the most imense grip. It doesn't spin at all when pedalling and does exactly what you want in corners. Great tire.
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 Ive got a pair of these and there awesome, not good for riding on tarmack though the bobles fall off. but still worth every penny.
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 Got a 2.0 XC one on the back of my DJ/4x bike and it rolls very fast but still grips. Cheap and damn light too.
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 Great tire. Very affordable. Very reliable in trails and in parks. This is great for people trying to save money like me Big Grin
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 rolls fast, hooks up on hardpack well, ust compatible, weighs nothing, strong light sidewalls .....onehundred wordsss
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Maxxis Larsen TT (MSRP $47) — The TT works on a vast number of terrains and conditions, which is why it’s the favored tread of many of our pro dual riders. The TT hooks up well because each small, square lug in the tread pattern is ramped to roll easily, yet tightly spaced so more knobs are making contact with the ground. Thus, the contact patch is effective on a wide variety of surfaces. Ramped knob technology on the leading edge, coupled with close spacing, permits the small square knobs to roll fast Trailing edges allow climbing and braking power on hard to medium terrain Low rolling resistance

Specifications Compare to other Tires

Price $47
Weight 450 - 710 g
Tire Width 1.9 / 2.0 / 2.35
Diameter 26"
Riding Genre Freeride / Dirt / 4X
Bead Type Wire or Foldable
Bead Type - there are two main types. Kevlar/Folding Bead (lighter and ca be folded so riders can put them in their jersey pocket or hydration pack incase they rip their sidewall) and Wire/Steel Bead (heavier, cheaper, not as strong or portable, and more difficult to mount on a rim).
Rubber Durometer 42 / 60 / 62 / 70
Rubber Durometer - is the measurement used by the rubber industry to identify a the harness of rubber. This is important as the tire's durometer effects the grip, how fast the tire will wear, and if the knobs on a tire flex.

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