Maxxis

One of the world’s most trusted tire brands, Maxxis delivers high-quality tire products to customers in 170 countries and employs more than 25,000 people. Of course, we didn’t become one of the world’s top tire companies overnight. Through the years since its founding in 1967, Maxxis has become known for its commitment to excellent products and customer service. That commitment to offer the best has led us to create new technologies to develop our tires. Maxxis products are then tested both at our own facilities and at the world’s leading tire test centers. Input from our roster of championship-winning riders also ensures that our products measure up to the toughest real-world standards. Every Maxxis tire is manufactured using the most advanced equipment, by personnel who display a dedication to quality at every level, from management to the factory floor. For winning races or enjoying a safe daily commute, Maxxis is the tire company riders and drivers trust.

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Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 6:24
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
There are still so many 26" bikes out there, would be silly to ignore all these customers. Right now you may not see as many 26" WT options due to the lack of compatible rims but we have released 26" Tomahawk, Crossmark II, Aggressor, Griffin, and Minion SS tires.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 6:22
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
Have you seen a Shorty yet? It's basically a moto tire sized for a mountain bike.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 6:18
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
Hey! We have 26x2.80 Minion DHFs coming, 27.5x2.80 and 29x3.00 Minion DHFs in stock. DHRII availability is the same, in the same sizes. The plus tires are found in a separate category of Plus/Fat tires on our website: http://www.maxxis.com/tires/bicycle/fatplus-tires Don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any other questions about the new products!
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 24, 2017 at 6:14
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
@tehllama: You're in luck! We just released a 29x2.25 Aspen that was reworked by Nino Schurter late last year, reducing the knob height down the middle for speed and increasing the knob height on the shoulders for cornering grip. Optimized around wider XC rims, 24-25mm inner. This tire was modified according to Nino's preferences and lab testing in Switzerland prior to the Olympics to create the lowest rolling resistance competition-ready XC tire.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 13:34
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
The vast majority of our DH-casing tires are not Tubeless-Ready. At our press camp a few weeks ago we unveiled new Tubeless-Ready DH-Casing Minion DHF, Minion DHRII, and Shorty tires. These new TR models also utilize our Wide-Trail (WT) design process in order to correct the knob layout when using modern 30-35mm wide rims as the original molds were optimized around the rims in use at that time.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 13:31
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Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 13:31
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
@tehllama: It's happening already. There are several drop-bar bikes available designed for 27.5x2.00 or 29x2.00. We've had a 29x2.00 MaxxLite available for years that's 345g with the 27.5 model weighing in a 340g. Some of our racers use 2.00 Ikons as well and they also have been around for some time as a weight-weenie XC option but now being grabbed up by the gravel/endurance cyclists who want more volume than a 40C tire allows.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 10:30
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
@xeren: The Aggressor is a great option for riders wanting something faster rolling than a DHRII or HRII but with a similar cornering limit. The DHF front, Aggressor rear setup is the combo to beat in the Enduro World Series due to how fast it rolls and how predictably it handles most terrain. It is a tire that packs up with really sticky peanut butter mud but sheds more watery mud easily if you find yourself riding in wet conditions. Otherwise it's great in all sorts of loose-over-hard to intermediate conditions. For more hardpack terrain the Tomahawk and Griffin roll faster and the Minions and High Rollers do better in loose and loamy terrain, Aggressor slots right between the two conditions in our lineup.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 9:09
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
WT is optimized around 35mm inner but works really well on 30-35mm rims.
Maxxis vernonfelton's article
Mar 23, 2017 at 9:09
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New Tires from Maxxis, WTB and Vee - Taipei Cycle Show
On paper they are 3mm wider but overall have 7% more volume than a 2.50WT tire (measured on 27.5x2.50 vs 27.5x2.60). Are you asking for vertical clearance as well?
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