Maxxis Aggressor Tyre

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Designed as a fast tyre for aggressive riders in rowdy terrain.

The Aggressor features a lower profile centre tread for speed and yet, provides larger side knobs for cornering performance.  While it doesn't offer the same level of grip as some of the more aggressive tyres, it is considerably faster.  

A high performing tyre that is well-suited for front and rear use on a trail bike.  However, for more aggressive riding, the Aggressor is more likely to be used as a rear tyre on all-mountain and Enduro bikes.  When used as a rear tyre, we recommend a DHF (personal favourite combo!) or Highroller 2. 

Features:

  • Great tyre for everything from trail to Enduro use.
  • Best on high-speed trails that are loose, loose over hard or medium surfaces.
  • Available in either a Double Down casing for exceptional strength and reliability or an EXO casing for lighter weight.

2.5" only recommended for rims 27mm or wider.

Tip: For racers and riders who enjoy technical terrain, the double down casing works extremely well!  The weight penalty is worth the extra flat protection when you need it!

Weight:

  • 26 x 2.30 - Dual Compound - Double Down - TR Kevlar Folding​ - 1005g.
  • 26 x 2.30 - Dual Compound​ - EXO - TR Kevlar Folding -​ 815g
  • 27.5 x 2.3 - Dual Compound - Double Down - TR Kevlar Folding - 1050g.
  • 27.5 x 2.3 - Dual Compound - EXO - TR Kevlar Folding - 885g.
  • 27.5 x 2.5 - Dual Compound - EXO - TR Kevlar Folding - 915g
  • 27.5 x 2.5 - Dual Compound - Double Down - TR Kevlar Folding - 1105g
  • 29 x 2.30 - Dual Compound - Double Down - TR Kevlar Folding - 1115g.
  • 29 x 2.30 - Dual Compound -  EXO - TR Kevlar Folding - 900g
  • 29 x 2.5 - Dual Compound - EXO - TR Kevlar Folding - 980g
  • 29 x 2.5 - Dual Compound - Double Down - TR Kevlar Folding - 1185g


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Reviews

4.7

Double Down for added security

by

What can I say - I'm glad I got this tyre. Maxxis makes good wheels but Ive thrashed my previous Minions and put this on the back - solid rear tyre. I went with the Double Down sidewalls - I foresee no punctures in the future! Coupled with Cushcore my rear wheel should stand up better to my uneventful landings. Probably overkill for me at this point but the peace of mind is good

Crazy good rear tyre (in the dry)

by

Love these for fast rolling trail riding. In hard and loose conditions these are really predictable, grippy cornering and fast riding. Only (slight) weakness is that the cornering knobs wear reasonably quickly, but more than worth it for the performance.

Should also add that these are not the tyres to choose for muddy conditions - had a shuttle day in Bright in the pouring rain and mud, and they were clearly out of their comfort zone with the tighter knobble pattern / smaller knobs making them quite loose. DHR’s and Assegais were definitely a better choice that day.

But overall - an absolute 5 star choice of rear tyre.

well....

by

I am riding a lot in rocky terrain (equally up and down hill) and was looking for a tyre with better side wall protection so I bought the Double Down version. Although the side wall mesh is already showing after a while, no leaks so side wall protection is great!

It is a fast tyre when you roll down hill or on flat ground.

What I wasn't happy with was that the tyre wears quickly and you loose significant grip when the tire is worn 50%.

I will look at Michelin DH22 next time.

Maxximum Performance exudes from Aggressor

by

MAXXIS AGGRESSOR TYRE a fantastic all rounder which instills confidence in your riding limits.

Happy roller

by -

Great tyre, rolls well and plenty of grip with the larger 2.5. Seems to be performing well in the wet as well. Great all-round tyre.

Asparagus

by

Seated tubeless with a floor pump first go on Shimano XT rims. Haven't ridden it yet.

Double Down for added security

by

What can I say - I'm glad I got this tyre. Maxxis makes good wheels but Ive thrashed my previous Minions and put this on the back - solid rear tyre. I went with the Double Down sidewalls - I foresee no punctures in the future! Coupled with Cushcore my rear wheel should stand up better to my uneventful landings. Probably overkill for me at this point but the peace of mind is good

Crazy good rear tyre (in the dry)

by

Love these for fast rolling trail riding. In hard and loose conditions these are really predictable, grippy cornering and fast riding. Only (slight) weakness is that the cornering knobs wear reasonably quickly, but more than worth it for the performance.

Should also add that these are not the tyres to choose for muddy conditions - had a shuttle day in Bright in the pouring rain and mud, and they were clearly out of their comfort zone with the tighter knobble pattern / smaller knobs making them quite loose. DHR’s and Assegais were definitely a better choice that day.

But overall - an absolute 5 star choice of rear tyre.

well....

by

I am riding a lot in rocky terrain (equally up and down hill) and was looking for a tyre with better side wall protection so I bought the Double Down version. Although the side wall mesh is already showing after a while, no leaks so side wall protection is great!

It is a fast tyre when you roll down hill or on flat ground.

What I wasn't happy with was that the tyre wears quickly and you loose significant grip when the tire is worn 50%.

I will look at Michelin DH22 next time.

Maxximum Performance exudes from Aggressor

by

MAXXIS AGGRESSOR TYRE a fantastic all rounder which instills confidence in your riding limits.

Happy roller

by -

Great tyre, rolls well and plenty of grip with the larger 2.5. Seems to be performing well in the wet as well. Great all-round tyre.

Asparagus

by

Seated tubeless with a floor pump first go on Shimano XT rims. Haven't ridden it yet.

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Maxxis Aggressor Tyre13132
26 Inch - 2.3 Inch - EXO - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784031668
27.5 Inch - 2.3 Inch - EXO - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784030371
27.5 Inch - 2.5 Inch - Double Down WT - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784033235
27.5 Inch - 2.5 Inch - EXO WT - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784033228
29 Inch - 2.3 Inch - Double Down - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784031439
29 Inch - 2.3 Inch - EXO - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784031422
29 Inch - 2.5 Inch - Double Down WT - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784033259
29 Inch - 2.5 Inch - EXO WT - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784033242

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