- Size (ETRTO): 26 x 2.50 (55-559)
- TPI: 60
- Bead: Wire
- Weight: 1,265g
- Compound: 3C Maxx Grip
- Max PSI: 65
- NEW 3C Triple Compound Technology - Three different compounds in the tread of a single tire. Partnering with silica manufacturer Degussa, Maxxis has developed these compounds to optimize grip in tight corners at severe lean angles and offer great tread life. With the three compounds’ placement optimized, you won’t feel the transitions – just the grip
- Double Ply Casing - Two 60 tpi (threads per inch) casings vulcanized with butyl rubber reinforced sidewalls construct Maxxis downhill casings, which are world renowned for performance and reliability. Our DH casings provide more stability at high speeds and also allows for lower air pressure without the risk of pinch flatting. The reliability and stability at speed of our DH casings has won the 2001 NORBA DH Overall Title (with Maxxis pilot John Kirkcaldie), as well as numerous NORBA NCS and UCI Downhill podium spots.
THANK YOU FOR BUYING YOUR BIKE FROM ALL TERRAIN CYCLES
NOW LETS GET YOUR BIKE READY TO RIDE
Your bike has been fully set up by one of our Cytech qualified Technicians so the gears, brakes and components are already checked over and set up ready to ride.
TAKE OFF THE PACKAGING
Please do this carefully and avoid using a blade or knife as this can easily cause damage to paint and components
FITTING THE HANDLEBARS
| ||With a torque wrench, tighten the allen bolts in sequence to the nm torque setting marked on the stem. |
| ||Be careful not to cross thread the bolts if they don't go in easily, don't force them, take them out and start again. |
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FITTING THE PEDALS
Be very careful not to the fit the pedals onto the wrong crankarm, they are handed left and right and must be fitted correctly to avoid costly damage to your bike.
Grease the threads in the crankarms.
| ||Sort your pedals into left and right hand. |
Pedals will have L & R on axles.
| ||The lefthand pedal goes on the non drive side of your bike. |
Catch the pedal thread into the crankarm by hand and then tighten with a pedal spanner.
| ||The righthand pedal goes on the drive side (the geared side) of your bike. |
Catch the pedal thread into the crankarm by hand then tighten with a spanner. Ensure the pedals are tight, loose pedals may lead to damaged crankarms which will not be warrantable.
FITTING THE FRONT WHEEL
Please remember to check your new bike regularly after riding.
A new bike will commonly bed in and require adjustments to gears, breaks, components, bolts and pedals.
This is important to avoid damage, untimely wear or personal injury.
Contact our customer service department if you experience any difficulties whilst assembling your bike.
We are available Monday to Friday 8.30 to 5.30pm Tel 01274 588488
We hope you enjoy your bike.