Maxxis Minion DHR Rear Tyre - Dual Ply (26 x 2.35" 60a)

Product Code: 108045
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The Minion DHR was engineered to meet the demands of the UCI World Cup downhill races. Designed by our European racing development effort, Team Maxxis-MSC. The Minion DHR features ramped knobs, like the DHF, but the channels in the knobs are designed for braking and accelerating.
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  • Hardpack, loose-over-hardpack and medium soil.

Maxxis Mountain Bike Tyre Compounds

Maxxis produce multiple compounds for their mountain bike tyres aimed at various types of terrain and racing development. For instance, sometimes the professional team and sponsored riders need tires that will perform well in all conditions; other times they need a tire that will handle wet rocks and roots, or a tire that will have a slower rebound.

MaxxPro hard compound (60a) give you the grip you need on hardpacked surfaces

Super Tacky- compound (42a) to address the wet, muddy courses.

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.