Maxxis Mountain Bike Tires explained – Minion, Assegai, Dissector and more

Maxxis Mountain Bike Tires explained – Minion, Assegai, Dissector and more

Which Maxxis mountain bike tire is right for you?
Maxxis Minion DHF – https://alnk.to/7B8QykR
Maxxis Minion DHR – https://alnk.to/7WYmw0F
Maxxis Assegai – https://alnk.to/aeSdgDi
Aggressor – https://alnk.to/fHfHFXd
Dissector – https://alnk.to/5PZgKhF
Rekon – https://alnk.to/eDL9N5m
Ardent – https://alnk.to/bP7262N
Ikon – https://alnk.to/fwkWHbG

5 Comments

  1. MtbrVideos on August 1, 2022 at 12:49 am

    Maxxis Minion DHF – https://alnk.to/7B8QykR
    Maxxis Minion DHR – https://alnk.to/7WYmw0F
    Maxxis Assegai – https://alnk.to/aeSdgDi
    Aggressor – https://alnk.to/fHfHFXd
    Dissector – https://alnk.to/5PZgKhF
    Rekon – https://alnk.to/eDL9N5m
    Ardent – https://alnk.to/bP7262N
    Ikon – https://alnk.to/fwkWHbG



  2. Tristan Heath on August 1, 2022 at 12:53 am

    Thought I knew you from somewhere, you helped me get into RC cars! Now you’re helping me learn about mountain biking! Thanks man you have great videos!



  3. Daniel Le on August 1, 2022 at 12:55 am

    I’ve seen you at Eagle Rock in Alum Rock about a month ago. My buddy and I were on Levo’s. I couldn’t put a finger on where I had seen you before, until I remembered watching all these videos.
    Convinced me to buy a SC Bullit. Who knows when its going to arrive though.



  4. Thim on August 1, 2022 at 1:13 am

    On levo, I got assagai maxx grip exo plus up front and a dhf dd in rear, not sure but wanted maxx terra. On levo sl dhf exo up front and aggressor dd 2.3 rear. On sl and levo 2.5 inch. At 235 pounds can’t get by with lighter tires.



  5. Ron E. on August 1, 2022 at 1:33 am

    Concerning the Aggressor, 29er size, it is definitely a rear tire.

    I swapped out my worned out DHR rear tire and added the Aggressor. Very fast rolling tire, did well with grippy hero Dirt.

    However, when the trail conditions cha fed to dry and loose, the Aggressor lists its appeal with me. Sliding all over the place, poor traction with dry/loose trails.

    I eventually swapped it out and was lucky enough to purchase another rear DHR 2.4 29er….. I suppose since COVID, tires are available fewer numbers, and has recently forced me to purchase 2 to 3 sets at a time now.

    My front tire is the DHR 2.6 29er, awesome front tire!!! Grippy on all conditions, Hero Dirt, loose and dry. Very heavy tire!!!

    Overall, I highly recommend my tire set, most due to my local trail conditions, dry, loose and pretty much blown out.

    Great video here!!!