Most Maxxis Tires are 25% off, and You Can Find them ALL Here

When riders say tires are one of the biggest upgrades you can make to your mountain bike, they’re talking about the Minions.

Maxxis is known for producing some of the highest quality mountain bike tires on the market in a variety of sizes and constructions. With so many choices, the only problem is it can be tough to find exactly the tire you need for your trails and style of riding.

Fortunately the Maxxis website stocks and sells pretty much every possible configuration, and right now most bicycle tires are priced 25% off or more! Get that width you’ve been looking for or try the mega-popular Minion DHF/DHR II combo. And finally, don’t miss these tips on getting the most out of your mountain bike tires.

Maxxis Minion DHF Tire Review, photo: Jeff Barber

Maxxis Minion DHF

Arguably the most successful mountain bike tire of all time, the Minion DHF delivers consistent front tire control and corners like a dream. Often imitated, now is the time to get the real deal while it’s on sale and in the size/construction you want.

Maxxis Assegai Front Tire Review

Maxxis Assegai

The Assegai is the GOAT Greg Minaar’s signature tire, and for aggressive riders it’s an excellent choice. Maxxis has more than a dozen size and construction combos available so you can get exactly the tire you want like the 29×2.50WT with DH casing and 3CG compound for $84.

Maxxis Rekon Race Tire Review

Maxxis Rekon Race

The Rekon Race tire is a popular choice among cross country riders — and bikepackers too — thanks to its low rolling resistance and light weight. Racers are stoked on the 29×2.25 version and the Rekon Race is also available in a 29×2.40WT size for long-haul biking.

Maxxis Minion DHR II

Naturally the Minion DHR II pairs well with the Minion DHF, though it does just fine on its own. Like the DHF, the DHR II corners extremely well and the large center knobs deliver excellent braking traction. Available in diameters from 20″ to 29″.

Maxxis Rambler Gravel Tire Review

Maxxis Rambler

Maxxis is making a name for itself in gravel riding too, delivering high quality and high performance tires like the Rambler. Choose from 650b and 700c sizes in widths up to 50mm.

Maxxis Ikon

Like the Rekon Race, the Ikon is a cross-country tire, but it’s designed to handle a wider variety of conditions thanks to its slightly more aggressive tread pattern. The 2.35″ Ikons are at home on short-travel trail bikes too and can be run front or rear. Maxxis even has this tire in 26″ diameters (Minions too BTW).

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