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Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR 60 TPI 26´´ Tubeless Foldable MTB Tyre

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Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR 60 TPI 26´´ Tubeless Foldable MTB Tyre

Product description Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR 60 TPI 26´´ Tubeless Foldable MTB Tyre

The Minion DHR was engineered to meet the demands of UCI Worls Cup downhill races. The DHR features ramped knobs, like the DHF, but the channels in the knobs are designed for braking and accelerating.


Features:

- M303
- Directional, ramped knob design
- Dual-ply casing with butyl insert


Specifications:

- Size: 26x2.30
- Tingle: EXO/TR
- TPI: 60
- MAX PSI: 60
- Compost: 60/62a
- Weight: 845gr


At this moment, Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR 60 TPI 26´´ Tubeless Foldable MTB Tyre is at best price and is perfect for your activities. At bikeinn, you can find other products that complement into our Wheels and tyres catalogue and particularly into our Tires category. We have a variety of Tires to suit your needs and to make you feel inspired to do more sport in your daily routine.

Features Maxxis Minion DHF EXO/TR 60 TPI 26´´ Tubeless Foldable MTB Tyre

Color
Black
Recommended use
MTB Cycling
Tire type
Tubeless
Folding

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Recommended

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This is my second time of ordering this maxxis tire and I always like this and the shipping is fast..

Exceptional rubber

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Probably one of the best Maxxis tires, certainly the most popular. The front end becomes solid and controllable even on fast routes, regardless of the type of surface. A warranty.

Very good tires

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Very good tires, very good price. arrived quickly despite the covid-19.

Very good product

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Very good

Best Tires for mtb Riding

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These are probably the most popular wheels for mountain biking either downhill or trail and for good reason. Maxxis makes amazing tyres, and the DHF is one of their best for grip. I would reccomend running a DHF as your front tyre. Do your research, the DHF and the DHR II are basically the same, (same side knobs) so it's all down to rider preference. No doubt, the DHF offers great traction. I ordered from this site because they were far cheaper even with paying shipping. Only drawback is it takes a while to get your parcel. But in the meantime, go shred your local trails while waiting. High rolling resistance is the only minor drawback of this tyre. So I reccoemnd running a slightly thinner tyre with better roll-speed in the back. Such as the maxxis Crossmark.

The gold standard in high traction tires

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In the loose and steep and rocky conditions found where I live in Colorado, nothing outperforms the Maxxis Minion DHF. These tires have phenomenal traction in wet and dry conditions. The only drawback is that all that traction means these tires also have significant rolling resistance. If you like staying in control of the bike when you're going fast, it's completely worth it. I like to run DHF's front and rear, because I find that the DHF hooks up more solidly than the DHR - especially when you lean it over. The downhill casing versions with the wire bead are almost indestructible, and the kevlar folding bead versions hold up really well considering how much lighter they are. Set up tubeless, I haven't had a flat with either version in a long time. Best tire ever.

The gold standard in high traction tires

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In the loose and steep and rocky conditions found where I live in Colorado, nothing outperforms the Maxxis Minion DHF. These tires have phenomenal traction in wet and dry conditions. The only drawback is that all that traction means these tires also have significant rolling resistance. If you like staying in control of the bike when you're going fast, it's completely worth it. I like to run DHF's front and rear, because I find that the DHF hooks up more solidly than the DHR - especially when you lean it over. The downhill casing versions with the wire bead are almost indestructible, and the kevlar folding bead versions hold up really well considering how much lighter they are. Set up tubeless, I haven't had a flat with either version in a long time. Best tire ever.

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