- MXP is the airport code for Milan, Italy, a World Cup venue that calls for an all-conditions tire that excels in loose dirt, sand, moderate mud, hard pack, snow, grass, and pavement - Tubular version features a durable rubber coating to prevent deterioration from water, mud, and dirt - Based on the classic Grifo, with updated central chevrons to allow the tread to flex, and more aggressive side knobs - Weight: 366 grams
- PDX is the airport code for Portland, Oregon, where frequent rain means muddy Cross courses - Tubular version features a durable rubber coating to prevent deterioration from water, mud, and dirt - Aggressive, wide-spaced knobs for mud clearing, aligned center knobs roll fast on hard pack and pavement, softer side knobs offer superior cornering - Weight: 378 grams
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Maxxis Minion FBF represents a progression in fat-biking by offering a front-specific tire designed for trail riding. Featuring the proven Minion DHF tread blocks, the FBF combines extreme cornering capability, low rolling resistance, and fat-tire volume for unsurpassed grip on uneven and loose surfaces. - Inspired by the Minion DHF - Front-specific tread design - Dual compound - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Minion FBR is a rear-specific fat bike tire designed for trail riding. It shares the look of the Minion DHR II, but is optimized for fat biking. The Minion FBR features well-known, proven side knobs for cornering traction and ramped, paddle-like knobs down the middle, minimizing rolling resistance and maximizing traction in all conditions. - Inspired by the Minion DHR II - Rear-specific tread design - EXO Protection - Tubeless Ready
Race use 3C Triple Compound tubular. The Campione is the race-specific tubular tire from Maxxis. The supple, high-TPI casing provides the ultimate in ride quality and feel, while the three compounds used in the tread lower rolling resistance and increase cornering grip. And because its Kevlar Composite [K2] breaker outperforms both Vectran and regular Kevlar breakers, the Campione will get you to the finish line. The Campione is the obvious choice for the traditional road racer. - M6R - New Tubular construction - 3C Triple Compound Technology - K2 Puncture Protection - High-TPI casing designed for racing and competition - Weight: 265/290g (23/25c)
Riding your fat bike on ice just got even better with the redesigned Dillinger tread pattern and tubeless compatibility. Dial-in your traction by custom installing up to 240 studs that allow you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control, while taller side lugs bring improved cornering in snowy conditions. Dillinger's center tread is tightly spaced for speed when you need it so you can power up an icy climb and rip down the other side as the studs claw into the slick surface.
For the ultimate in road feel and confidence, go Maxxis' tubeless Padrone tire. Going tubeless, you not only remove the weight of the tube, but pinch flats are a thing of the past. Also, the tire conforms to the road better for a ride quality that once felt, you'll never want to go back. This tire goes from long training rides to fast races easily with its dual compound that provides enhanced wear life and improved cornering control. It also uses their Silkworm material for puncture protection, along with a high-strength carbon fiber bead to keep the weight down. - Tubeless compatible - Folding bead - 120 TPI - Weight: 295g (700 x 23c), 310g (700 x 25c)
The small white-furred, long-bearded men with enormous feet of Swiss folklore, a Barbegazi only emerge from their cave after the first snowfall. The aptly-named, ultra-fat, Tubeless Ready, Barbegazi TLR gives you the float and traction to take on any winter trail. 4.7 inches of aggressive tread floats over and bites into everything in its path. - Excels in deep snow, sand, and rough terrain - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength casing is lightweight sidewall protection that's supple and strong
Named for the folkloric creature native to oft snow-laden Rhinelander, WI, Hodag covers all your fat tire bike needs in a lightweight Tubeless Ready tread. Designed for all-terrain use, Hodag stays true to its sharp-clawed namesake with unmatched traction and excels in throwing snow, loose dirt, and sand, keeping your ride the stuff of legend. Key features - Excels in snow and sand - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength casing is lightweight sidewall protection that's supple and strong
Fat, but not out of shape, Rougarou sets a new standard in fast-rolling, light-weight fat-bike tires. Engineered for speed and efficiency, the Rougarou is the fastest fat bike tire to date. If the sand and the snow is where you roll, Rougarou's svelte construction can get you to whatever finish line is first. Key features - Excels in firm snow, sand, and fat bike race conditions - Tubeless Ready (TLR) for easy tubeless setup and puncture protection - Inner Strength sidewall protection is lightweight, supple, and strong
Schwalbe's Ice Spiker Performance Line tire is the "turbo" of studded tires. It sports 361 spikes that bite firmly into icy roads. The tungsten carbide core of each spike is clad in weight-saving aluminum. The Ice Spiker is the best way to be agile and sporty while staying upright when the roads ice over. Note: In order to ensure that spikes are permanently fixed, tires should be run in for about 25 miles (40km) on asphalt, while avoiding any fast acceleration or heavy braking.
Riding your fatbike on ice just got even better with the redesigned Dillinger tread pattern and tubeless compatibility. Creating your own stud pattern allows you to rail icy off-camber singletrack with confidence and control, while taller side lugs bring improved cornering in snowy conditions. Dillinger’s center tread is tightly spaced for speed when you need it so you can power up an icy climb and rip down the other side as the studs claw into the slick surface. - Custom studdable up to 240 studs
The ‘turbo’ of spike tires. With 361 spikes it bites firmly into icy roads. The tungsten carbide core of each spike is clad in weight-saving aluminum. The scales stop at 695 g, yet the tire remains agile and sporty. - Schwalbe's Performance line of tires offers excellent quality and the best value for an intensive-use tire.
$90.00 - $115.00
From the dry, vast deserts that cover the Southwest to the seemingly endless stretches of beach running up the Pacific Northwest coast, the Coronado was designed to excel in terrain where sand would normally be a hindrance and increased floatation is critical. The 26 x 4.0 Coronado is designed specifically for summer riding in loose terrain. A mild and open center tread works with the slightly more aggressive side knobs to offer traction and efficiency in sandy terrain. Mount them on a 65mm rim for a faster rolling tire or 80mm maximum flotation. - Durable casing: Features a layer of woven aramid fiber reinforcement between the outer rubber and the inner casing under the tread. This material is twice as strong as Kevlar and lighter in weight than any competitive product. It provides moderate protection against abrasion and sharp road debris that may result in a flat tire. - Light & Supple casing: When extra puncture protection isn’t necessary, light and supple casing offers decreased weight and a comfortable, ultra-supple ride quality at lower pressures when set up tubeless.
Challenge's Almanzo is a wide-profile, versatile, multi-surface tire that excels when the road is less than perfect. It's great on dirt and in situations where you just don't know what the next mile will throw at you. The center tread rolls fast, while the shoulder knobs corner great. It's hand made on Challenge's supple and light 260tpi SuperPoly casing with double puncture protection, a durable tread compound that sticks to the road in the corners, and tough polyester in the sidewalls. Tubular tires are favored for their low operating pressures and resistance to pinch flats, a solid benefit in the world of 'cross or gravel racing.
Challenge's Grifo 33 Tubular excels in snow, mud, grass and firm dirt thanks to a tread with excellent pedaling, cornering and braking traction. The Grifo also has a puncture-resistant layer beneath the tread. And it's built on their light and supple 260tpi hand-made SuperPoly casing with polyester-reinforced sidewalls for excellent durability. You also get a latex tube. Latex tubes are lighter, thinner and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats, too.
Limus means mud in Latin, which is exactly what Challenge's Limus 33 Tubular tire dominates. Its deep, aggressive and well-spaced knobs cut through muddy ground and grip great. You'll be zooming through the corners and off-camber sections thanks to its grippy side knobs, and powering up inclines with ease thanks to the tall center knobs. It's built on Challenge's light and supple 300tpi hand-made SuperPoly casing with polyester-reinforced sidewalls, and there's an anti-puncture strip under the tread. You also get a latex tube. Latex tubes are lighter, thinner and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats, too.
Race it hard or just head off the beaten path. Challenge's Strada Bianca gravel tire urges you to take the road less traveled. Challenge is world-renowned for their tubular tires, and these are prime examples of their trade, with the smooth riding characteristics and flat resistance that pros and enthusiasts expect. At a gravel and chip seal-smoothing 30mm wide, these tires have the extra volume it takes to comfortably fly over less-than-perfect surfaces. With their supremely supple 260tpi casing, hand-laid, high-mileage rubber tread, Paris-Roubaix-proven chevron tread, and double puncture barrier, the Strada Bianca tires offer incredible levels of control, puncture resistance, and comfort.
Tough rides call for tough tires, so if you're hitting the cobbles you better have Challenge's Paris Roubaix Tubular glued on your wheels. It has a wide profile to take the sting out of rough pavement and dirt roads, and puncture protection under the tread. It's hand made on their light and supple 300tpi SuperPoly casing with polyester-reinforced sidewalls, and a durable tread compound that sticks to the road in the corners. These tires also use latex tubes which are lighter, thinner, and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats, too.
$65.00 - $111.00
Introducing the redesigned Maxxis High Roller II, offering better braking and more consistent feel. The open and aggressive tread design gives the High Roller II excellent soil penetration and mud clearing ability. A square profile provides a solid, consistent feel across the knobs, and modified knobs on the shoulder and center improve braking performance and traction on hard surfaces. A folding bead reduces weight and makes it easy to keep a spare on hand. When gravity pulls you downhill, rely on the High Roller II to keep you upright.
$66.00 - $111.00
The standard in fast descending front tires. Often imitated, never duplicated. The Minion DHF is the standard by which all other downhill tires are measured. The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to increase gripping edges, giving straight-line control and precise cornering. - Tubeless Ready - Folding bead - Directional, ramped knob design - front or rear - Multiple rubber compounds available - EXO Protection available - DoubleDown casing available
$101.00 - $111.00
An even more aggressive Minion?! The Maxxis Minion DHR II is the Yang to the DHF's Yin, the perfect complement, and now available for the most capable plus bikes on the market. Proven paddle knobs down the center not only provide decreased rolling resistance compared to the DHF but also offer increased braking when the trail gets loose. You may not notice it outside of the steepest terrain but those knobs allow you to brake harder in the rear to maintain your balance as you let the high volume casing absorb any trail irregularities. - Excellent braking and cornering traction - Ramped and siped tread to roll fast and track straight under braking - Folding bead - Tubeless Ready
$101.00 - $111.00
Minion performance comes to fat bikes. The Maxxis Minion FBF represents a progression in fat-biking by offering a front-specific tire designed for trail riding. Featuring the proven Minion DHF tread blocks, the FBF combines extreme cornering capability, low rolling resistance, and fat-tire volume for unsurpassed grip on uneven and loose surfaces. - Inspired by the Minion DHF - Front-specific tread design - Folding bead
Let Dunderbeist loose on your local groomed single track and feel the aggressive tread claw through the snow with unrivaled propulsion and braking traction. Its 4.6-inch footprint provides enhanced flotation and is compatible with a wide range of frames. Dual compound rubber rolls fast and keeps you in control while shredding the berms. Point uphill and feel the Dunderbeist dig in as you attack climbs covered in loose, unconsolidated snow. Pair Dunderbeist with its sibling front tire, Flowbeist, for the ultimate combination of traction and control.
Flowbeist was made to attack groomed single track with confidence. Designed for optimal use as a front tire, its wide 4.6-inch footprint floats well, rolls fast and is compatible with a wide range of frames and forks. Digging into berms brings the Flowbeist alive as its tall side lugs with softer compound rubber claw the snow. Hit the brakes on tight twisty single track and the aggressive tread design digs in to keep you and your bike in control. Pair Flowbeist with its sibling rear tire, Dunderbeist (sold separately), for the ultimate combination of traction and control.
Surly's Nate Tire is a hard-charging, grippy tire designed to rally over, through and around all kinds of conditions. Large and aggressive, the tire features lots of knobs that wrap around the side of the tire for added traction, and wide spacing to shred whatever it is you're riding through.
Challenge's Criterium is the choice of the pros. Countless victories and podiums have been been won thanks to its supple, core-spun cotton casing. It makes the tires race-day light, fast, and strong. This exceptional tire has a center tread that rolls quickly with a grippy side tread for excellent cornering. There's puncture protection under the tread, too. These tires us latex tubes which are lighter, thinner and more flexible than butyl tubes, increasing your comfort, lowering rolling resistance, and helping to prevent flats.
Fat tire optimized for snowy conditions. The Maxxis Colossus is a fat tire designed for use in winter conditions. The tread consists of numerous tall knobs designed to penetrate snow and grip the hard terrain underneath. The open tread pattern clears out packed snow to maintain traction, and a special rubber compound stays pliable in freezing conditions. - Snow-specific tread pattern - Dual compound
$95.00 - $106.00
Maxxis' most versatile XC tire just broke into the plus bike platform as the Ikon+. With knob sizes and heights optimized for the higher volume and lower pressures of plus tires, expect the familiar fast-rolling and predictable handling of your other Ikons with an even larger contact patch for incredible traction and the fastest trail riding experience in recent memory. - Tubeless Ready - High volume, versatile race tire
The 'cross tire for varied conditions. Accept no limitations. The diverse terrain of a cyclocross race requires a unique solution: the Maxxis Raze. The Raze features fast-rolling center ridge and widely spaced side lugs to shed mud. Its slightly softer compound remains pliable in cold conditions, and an improved casing maintains integrity at low pressures. - Tubular tire - Most versatile tread design - Mud, snow, and hardpack performance - SilkWorm breaker remains pliable while providing puncture protection - UCI compliant