Why We Like The Maxxis Minion DHR II Wide Trail 27.5in Double Down/3C/TR Tire
From bombing down our local black diamond trails to jibbing and jumping on the flow trails, the Maxxis DHRII is our tire of choice for nearly all trail conditions. The Minion DHRII deploys a blocky and ramped center tread with a paddle-like tread for excellent braking and acceleration traction. Large shoulder knobs give the DHRII enhanced cornering characteristics, and the spaced-out design ensures good mud clearing in sloppy conditions. This version of the DHRII features Maxxis's DoubleDown casing, giving us enduro and downhill-level protection in a lighter-weight package than a traditional downhill casing.
- Trail and enduro tire for aggressive riding
- MaxxTerra is the perfect balance between grip and rolling speed
- MaxxGrip offers the highest level of grip and dampening properties
- Tubeless ready tires can easier be setup tubeless
- Double Down casing deploys dual carcass layer for extra protection
- Item #MXXE03H
- 3C maxxGrip, 3C MaxxTerra
- Double Down
- 27.5 x 2.4in
- tubeless-ready clincher
- Claimed Weight
- [MaxxGrip] 2lb 8.3oz (1142g), [MaxxTerra] 2lb 8.7oz (1154g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- mountain biking
- Manufacturer Part Number
- TB00132400, TB85962600
3 based on 2 ratings
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August 16, 2023
- I've put it through the wringer
- Size Bought:
- 6' 2"
I am a very hard rider and kept getting flats on my Exo+ sidewall tires so I bought these, they're amazing, I have never had a flat in my 8 months on these and will never ride anything else. I will say it is very difficult to install, so take it to a bike shop and let them struggle it on.
May 21, 2023
- I returned this product before using it
Casing is completely warped, thought my rim was out of true, but the tire casing is completely warped and unbalanced. I guess Maxxis doesn’t quality control their product before it goes out the door.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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