For the ultimate in road feel and confidence, ride Maxxis' tubeless Padrone TR tire. Going tubeless, you not only remove the weight of the tube, but pinch flats are a thing of the past. Also, the tire conforms to the road better for a ride quality that once felt, you'll never want to go back. This tire goes from long training rides to fast races easily with its dual compound that provides enhanced wear life and improved cornering control. It also uses their Silkworm material for puncture protection, along with a high-strength carbon fiber bead to keep the weight down.
$46.40 - $48.80
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)
$78.00 - $82.00
Maxxis' Ikon, as the name suggests, is one tire that other treads look up to. Great for everything from dry hardpack to loose, this light tire still gives you high-volume and a 2.2-inch width for hold-your-line control. This member of Maxxis' eXCeption Series of tires features a combination of a softer 62a compound and supple 120 TPI casing. This makes for a lighter model tire and enhances cornering, braking, and acceleration. Run it on the front, back, or both. - Folding bead - Weight: 520g (3C), 575g (3C EXO) - Recommended for race use only
Take your park and street sessions to the next level with Maxxis' Hookworm. The high-pressure rating and wrap-around tread provide serious durability and traction whether you're carving bowls or grinding rails.
If you're into sessioning the street spots, hitting the park and maybe even a little flatland trickery, the Maxxis' Hookworm is pretty much the only tire to have. This urban assault specialist features a wrap-around tread for awesome durability and traction. Plus, the huge air volume softens even the biggest of drops.
Maxxis brings radial construction to a bike tire for a ride you have to feel to believe. The Radiale smooths rough pavement by allowing the sidewall to bend and flex with ease. And, it handles the corners with superbly as well. Maxxis adds their 3C Triple Compound Technology with a fast-rolling center section and softer sides for sure-steering in the corners. Plus, Silkworm puncture protection from bead to bead wards off flats.
Maxxis' Columbiere handles it all! The slick siped tread delivers confidence wherever your riding takes you. Plus, the 2-ply nylon belt fends off punctures to keep you on your way.
Cut some weight where it counts with the Maxxis Ultralight BMX Tube. These lightweight tubes will get you the holeshot!
Cut some weight where it counts with the Maxxis Ultralight Road Tube. These lightweight tubes are recommended for racing or fast training and will have you flying up the climbs.
Cut some weight where it counts with the Maxxis Flyweight Mountain Tube. It is packaged with a cloth rim strip that has to be used with the Flyweight Tube. These lightweight tubes are recommended for racing only and will have you flying up the climbs.
The Maxxis Freeride Tube can handle hard landings and rough terrain. If you don't like flatting, this tube's 1.2mm thick walls will keep you rolling.
Have confidence in your tires with Maxxis' Ringworm. The tread wraps all the way around from bead to bead for awesome traction at any lean angle. Plus, the high-pressure rating makes it super-durable no matter how big you go.
The Maxxis Downhill Tube can handle hard landings and rough terrain. If you don't like flatting, this tube's 1.5mm thick walls will keep you rolling through almost anything.
Charge that crazy section with Maxxis' High Roller under you. This versatile tire features a ramped tread for easy rolling and burly side knobs for precision cornering. Plus, the grooved center delivers awesome straight line control. And, Maxxis' LUST sidewalls make this classic tire even more durable and airtight than ever!
Cut some weight where it counts with the Maxxis Flyweight Road Tube. They are packaged with a cloth rim strip that has to be used with the Flyweight Tube. These lightweight tubes are recommended for racing only and will have you flying up the climbs.
The Maxxis Welter Weight Road Tube is Maxxis' standard tube. If you don't like flatting, the Welter Weight's .9mm thick walls will keep you rolling.
Fly down the trail like never before with Maxxis' Minion DHR grabbing all the way. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and provide rail-like cornering. And, the single-ply casing is tough enough to rally the downhills and light enough to climb back to the top.
Maxxis' Mud Wrestler has the tread to give you the advantage on sloppy cross courses. The tightly spaced center-ridge tread rolls fast, while the widely spaced side knobs cut through the muck to grip great. And, the Mud Wrestler sheds mud with ease thanks to its open tread design.
Maxxis' Ikon, as the name suggests, is a tire other treads look up to. Great for everything from dry hardpack to loose conditions, this light tire still gives you high-volume and a 2.2-inch width for hold-your-line control. It features their triple-compound technology with softer sides for great cornering along with a harder, fast-rolling center section that's also helped by ramped knobs.
Cut some weight where it counts with the Maxxis Ultralight MTB Tube. These lightweight tubes are recommended for racing or fast training and will have you flying up the climbs.
$39.00 - $42.00
Maxxis Torch Tires. Light up the track and your competition with the Torch. In an all-out sprint for 30 seconds, you need every advantage you can get. - Two compounds used within the tread offer lower rolling resistance and increased cornering grip - The use of liquid sealants in this tire will void manufacturer's warranty - 120 TPI casing provides a supple ride while silkworm technology provides excellent puncture protection - Flat Protection: Tread (Silkworm), tread and sidewall (Silkshield) - Intended Use: BMX - PSI: 110 - TPI: 120 - Tire Bead: Folding - Tire Type: Clincher
Make the most out of gravity with Maxxis' Minion DHR Downhill UST. This burly tubeless tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase straight-line control and deliver rail-like cornering. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing and tubeless technology lets you run super-low air pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
$63.00 - $66.00
Legendary performance updated for modern XC trails. The Maxxis Race TT has a familiar tread pattern refined to be ideal on modern XC bikes and race courses. Tightly packed and ramped square knobs allow this tire to roll freely, while updated siping increases the Race TT's braking and cornering limits. The legend lives on with the Race TT. - Ramped and siped square knob design - Low rolling resistance - Folding bead - Tubeless Ready
$66.00 - $111.00
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 - Multiple rubber compounds available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
The Maxxis Aspen eXCeption helps you push your racing and riding to the limit. In the center, low-profile knobs roll quickly and their wide spacing effectively sheds mud. On the sides, aggressive knobs made of softer rubber grab the trail when you're really leaning into a turn. Plus, the high-volume casing and high thread count gives the Aspen some extra float in the rough.
Ride with confidence on any terrain with Maxxis' Larsen TT. The tightly spaced knobs are ramped for flying on the straights, while the large contact patch and rounded profile give predictable grip the corners.
The Maxxis Grifter is a freestyle tire that seems to make landing your tricks easier. The foldable bead and lightweight materials allow you to find your flow so much easier without the extra weight to throw around. The 110 PSI rating and dual-compound tread make landings stick at any angle, ramp or street.
The Maxxis Welter Weight BMX Tube is Maxxis' standard tube. If you don't like flatting, the Welter Weight's .9mm thick walls will keep you rolling.
Make the most out of gravity with Maxxis' Minion DHR. This burly tire incorporates ramped knobs for low-rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs for braking bite and to increase acceleration when you lay down the power. And, the ultra-tough 2-ply casing lets you run super-low air pressure for outstanding traction without flatting.
Rail through the rough stuff with Maxxis' High Roller. The ramped-knob design allows this burly rubber to roll fast while the meaty side knobs bite the terrain with authority. Plus, with the 2-ply downhill casing you can run lower pressure for ultimate traction without worrying about pinch flats.
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