Maxxis Larsen TT Tire Review

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Maxxis Larsen TT UST
 


December 21, 2012
 
Pros: Rolling resistance
Weight

Cons: None

Recommendation: These tires roll great and with the square side knobs, they corner better than expected. Also, you can break it out whenever you want. This tire makes a great rear fast roller that can still grip on the uphills.





December 14, 2012
 
Model/Year: Larson TT

Pros: -Affordable
-Looks mean
-Tons of traction

Cons: -Rolling resistance
-Wimpy sidewalls

Recommendation: I sliced a sidewall on a not so sharp rock garden so they lose some points for that but other than that, they rolled great and provided lots of traction.





December 11, 2012
 
Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Rolling resistance
Weight
UST
LUST

Cons: None

Recommendation: With Maxxis' Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, snake bites are a thing of the past. These tires roll great and with the square side knobs, they corner better than expected. Also, you can break it out whenever you want. This tire makes a great rear fast roller.





December 11, 2012
 
Model/Year: 2011

Pros: Rolling resistance
Weight
UST
LUST

Cons: None

Recommendation: With Maxxis' Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, snake bites are a thing of the past. These tires roll great and with the square side knobs, they corner better than expected. Also, you can break it out whenever you want. This tire makes a great rear fast roller.





August 25, 2009
 
Pros: Fast rolling. Great for dry ground. Low resistance. Relatively light for a UST tire.(~675g) Easy to seat on rim. Sheds mud decently for a tire not designed for wet conditions. Offered in several sizes.

Cons: Larger side tread would be helpful for people who turn aggressively and softer soil conditions.

Recommendation: Overall, a nice dry condition tire with low rolling resistance and multiple sizing options. While it is available in a 2.35 version with wire bead, it probably wouldn't be my first choice on an All Mountain or DH rig due to the lack of aggressive tread at the edges of the sidewalls. For XC, rides it's a winner.



Maxxis Larsen TT 4.25 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.