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Maxxis started from scratch to design a tire fit to handle UCI World Cup racing, and in the end the Minion DHR Downhill Mountain Bike Tire was born. Tough-as-nails two-ply construction prevents blowouts when you're ripping rock gardens and railing berms at top speed. Maxxis used ramped tread to provide quick acceleration and stopping, so you can brake into a corner, rail it hard, and get back up to speed quickly.

  • Tire Durometers: Higher the number the harder the compound, softer durometers grip better, but wear out faster
  • 60a: Better traction, higher rolling resistance
  • ST or 42a: (Super Tacky) Highest levels of grip, fastest wearing – For downhill racing, freeride
  • 3C: (Triple Compound) hard center compound for low rolling resistance and long life, progressively softer compounds on the edges for higher grip when cornering
  • UST – Universal Standard for Tubeless – use in conjunction with UST rims

Tech Specs

2-ply DH casing
26 in x 2 in
Claimed Weight:
1350 g
Recommended Use:
downhill racing

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    ridiculous grip, this will stop you dead no matter what. with a minion DHR/DHF setup i've got zero grip worries. there's ridiculous rolling resistance if you're pedaling around, so if youre a retard like me and take your DH bike on urban runs without swapping rims/tires you should prbly look elsewhere. or just man up and think of it as a form of resistance training.

    Best tire out there

      I ride in the northeast. We have everything from dry,hard and rocky to muddy,slick and rooty. These tires handle it all. Im 250lb+ and never had an issue with pinch flats. They are strong and durable. My brother ordered a pair for his bike.