Mountain Bike Tires: Maxxis (Which is Best For You?)
Mountain Bike Tires: Maxxis (Which is Best For You?)
Maxxis is one of the largest if not THE largest companies in the Mountain Biking Tire Industry. Why? Because they are the best. Offering a very wide variety of tread patterns, compounds, sidewall protection and almost every size tire known to man; Maxxis has supported every discipline of Mountain biking over the years. From World Cup DH Titles to being the go-to tire for the average weekend cruiser, you will most likely see the yellow logo rolling down any trail in the world. In this video, Jeff takes us through some key differences between some of the many tires they have to offer in hopes of helping you guys know the difference between each tire. Do you know which tire in the Maxxis lineup is right for you?
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Would Maxxis High Roller 2 front and rear be a good idea?
Maxxis cross mark II 2.25 back/ Maxxis minion 2.3 front
Hi I ride Continental X Kings and I not very happy with it so am looking for a better tyre now am not sure what.
Gonna slap on Ardents 29X2.40, EXO/TR skinwall both front and rear on a YT Jeffsy as soon as it arrives 🙂
maxis tires are too soft and mushy
Hey guys I want a combination of light offroad and onroad efficiency. What tires you think should I choose?
Is it possible to upgrade my 26×19.5 tire to a 26×2.2 one? Would it fit? I’m sorry if it is a stupid question, I’m new to biking.
i like the magic mary 👍
Is ardent race good? With white maxxis logo
DHF / DHR – Downhill, Ardent / Agressor – XC
Ummm… they are knobbed for her pleasure… :^)
Can I run 2.3 inch tyres with a 21mm internal rim width?
I run both maxxis DHF rear and front and i dont know if its good or not
i notice mountain bikes kinda went just for noby type tires but i rode a just kinda cross country style bike for just a little bit of offroad had a really freakin good tread and it slipped a couple times on my regular run instead of my noby tires slipping and me having to walk it up some parts
Would be curious to get your take on the best XC faster rolling tire for a Procaliber in the Florida circuit. Sand and roots galore.
What would be a good light trail/road tire?
This is the exact video I was looking for, Thanks!!
I just bought a bike and I’m pretty sure the guy put too small of a tire on because it doesn’t seat properly on either rim and I ended up popping my tube right at the top of the trail and had to walk the rest of the way. (Of course it’s the one time I didn’t bring my tools on the trail) anyways thanks for the very awesome video.
i have a question, whats the difference between a skinwall and a normal black sidewall tire?
what is the "average" cost for a mountain bike tire?
Had me from the opening line! 😂😂😂
Is there a Rekon 27.5×4.7WT in 120 TPI?
I think maxxis and schwalbe is the best
What is best pressure to run my 29er mountain bike while on road for commuting to work please???
is it better to have a mix of tires like one in the back and a different one in the front, thats what im doing for my bike. on the back of mine i have the forekaster and on the front i have the Bontrager connection trail tires. are those good?
What are the advantages of skin wall tire to a normal tire???
Ikon is the only choice (skinwall #1) lol
More of these tyre of videos please. Even their official websites makes it difficult to choose!
Looking for new tyres on my yeti asr-5, 26" but not sure which combo to get. Looking at Maxxis DHF 2.3 on the front, then an available choice on the rear between Ardent 2.25, DHR II 2.3 or High Roller II 2.3, all tubeless ready options.
I ride in Thailand, so generally dry, dusty, loose-over-hard or occasionally muddy clay in wet season.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated
I have a Trek X Caliber 8 2019 and I ride mostly street and a lot of enduro trails and I would like to know which tire is best for me?
i got the ikon maxxis on my giant tylon 3er 2019
I have Maxxis Ramblers on my Giant Crossbike. Since most of my riding ends up being on pavement I think I need different tires. I’m thinking the Ikon may be what I need. I tend to ride 150 miles weekly sometimes on wet pavement and often on loose surfaces–not usually gravel, but blacktop in poor / rough condition. Any advice?
question, if I will be riding on a sandy beach, or sandy trail, what tire would you prefer? TIA
I ride a norco storm 1 on dusty and loose but dry singletrack. Which tyre do you think is best as im choosing between maxxis ardent and maxxis DHF. All abit confusing and would really appreciate the help. PS 1st time to the channel and its epic
Minion dhf front and aggressor on the rear on a cross country bike…
What is the best tire to run in combo with a Ti hardtail single speed w/ front suspension? Having some traction issues going up hill cranking hard with the (IKON) 2.35 on the rear and definitely a little bit of traction loss on the down hill sections running the (REKON) 2.6 on the front. Main trails are in northwest Georgia mountains. Thanks!!
Maxxis aggressor in the rear and a WTB vigilante in the front
What would you recommend for someone doing lots of uphill with some downhill mixed in
I ride a 29er trek marlin 7, I hit the trails several times a week. which tires should I get and which are durable. Edit:I live in Canada bc so the trails have quite a lot roots and mud
For me I used aggressors on my old trail bike rolled well and still have good grip , on my DJ front and rear ikons and haven’t been happier , on my freeride/DH DHF and high rollers 2
20 psi in my minions
I kept getting tired all the time and then I realised it was because I am such an aggressive knob… ba-dum-ptissss 😏
Maxxis crossmark II on the back, ignitor up front. Its on a XC race bike. I previously run ikons but they have too thin sidewalls and not enough traction for where I ride (Chile)
DHF’s 29 ners
Please recommend me some opinions for my trek x caliber 8 29er, this is my all around bike, but I do ride on my local single trail once a week. Thanks
What do you reckon about a assegai front and DHR rear combo?
Where are the pedals on that beautiful blue Yeti? Whos bike is that? I want a set of those crank-condoms….oh yeah!😜😳
4:36 the yeti has xo1 cranks but yours has gx cranks how does that work?
DHR II 2.4 up front and Aggressor 2.3 in the rear. I’m happy with it.
What do you recommend for a hardtail on rough, rocky gravel and rough dirt and mud