Maxxis Minion DHF Front Tyre - 3C

Product Code: 116527
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Team Maxxis rider Colin bailey designed the Minion DHF downhill mountain bike tyre during the 2001 NORBA NCS downhill season. Using proven tread concepts such as ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and fore-to-aft channel cut knobs for straight line control and precise cornering, the Minion DHF is yet another example of Maxxis' ongoing commitment to product development.

Fast rolling yet super grippy, the Maxxis Minion mtb tyre performs brilliantly on steep loose surfaced trails whilst the reinforced sidewalls and knob design inspire confidence when cornering at speed.

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  • 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.