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Maxxis Minion DHR II

Maxxis Minion DHR II WT arguably offers the most grip of all Maxxis models suitable for mixed conditions, and works fine year round.

£64.99
Score 10

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Maxxis Assegai is the signature tyre of Greg Minnaar. Named after a Zulu spear, it’s designed to cut through dust and loam on the toughest DH tracks.

£64.99
Score 9

maxxis ikon+

The Maxxis Ikon+ has knob sizes and heights optimised for the higher volume and lower pressures of plus bikes, for the fastest trail riding experience.

£59.99
maxxis aggressor

Maxxis Aggressor is targeted as a bit of a do-it-all tyre, but has gained most popularity as a rear option, especially for hard-packed and dusty trails.

£64.99
Score 8

maxxis forekaster

The Maxxis Forekaster sports mid-height tread blocks and wide cupped knobs down the middle. The Forekaster is suited to post-summer times.

£49.99
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The Maxxis High Roller II has an almost perfect blend of compliance, stiffness and stability, the rubber compound grips like stink.

£64.99
Score 9

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What do you get if you tweak the Maxxis Minion DHF to suit wide rims? This ‘Wide Trail’ version is designed to square off less with the beads stretched out.

£64.99
Score 10

Secure cornering hold that comes at an earlier lean angle, which will suit riders looking for consistent grip

£49.99
Score 8

As an all-rounder the Tomahawk falls short, but as a rear-specific dry condition tyre it comes recommended.

£53.99
Score 8

A tough, versatile, aggressive trail tyre that can handle wet or dry conditions - £54.99

£54.99
Score 9

More than just an XC tyre, the Ikon has loads of sidewall protection and grip - £49.99

£49.99
Score 8