Probably the most driven and in recent years most successful downhill tyre in the world. The Minion DHF combines proven elements such as bevelled studs for low rolling resistance and smooth running with longitudinally slotted studs for more grippy edges. This gives it excellent directional stability and precise cornering behaviour. It is the reference for fast tracks, from enduro to hard downhill. The Minion DHF is constantly updated. Now there are also versions with Maxxis TR (Tubeless Ready).
Tubeless tyres have many advantages: You can drive with less air pressure. This gives you more traction and reduces rolling resistance. And where there is no inner tube, the risk of a puncture also decreases. Maxxis TR tyres are better prepared for mounting with sealing milk than other tubeless ready tyres. Like a real UST tubeless tyre, the bead of the Maxxis TR tyres is completely covered with a rubber layer. This means that the tubeless mounting is successful on all rims with standard dimensions even with the first inflation and with little liquid.
This extremely cut and abrasion resistant material protects the sidewalls of various MTB tyres. It is very densely woven, lightweight and very flexible. The performance of the tires remains convincingly good.
Two different rubber compounds are processed into one tread tyre. Maxxis plans the arrangement of the compounds according to the desired properties of the tyres.
The Wide Trail construction optimises the tread layout and tyre shape on today's modern wider rims. Traditional tires are designed for narrow rims and are too angular on wide rims for optimal performance. All Maxxis WT tyres are optimised for an inner rim width of 35 mm, but function perfectly on all rims with an inner diameter between 30 and 39 mm.