Maxxis Race TT Tyre

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Description

The Maxxis Race TT takes over from the Larsen TT, albeit with some nice updates! 

The ramped, tightly packed, square knobs remain, but some additional siping improves the control under brakes and while cornering. A good all round tyre for a cross country bike bike that rolls nice and fast and is super predictable.

The Maxxis Race TT is a tiny bit more aggressive than a Maxxis Crossmark or Crossmark 2 and will handle looser conditions a bit better, but it's still at it's best on hardpack or loose over hard.

Weight:

625g for the 27.5 x 2.0 EXO TR

665g for the 29 x 2.0 EXO TR

 

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Maxxis Race TT Tyre13124
27.5 Inch - 2.0 Inch - EXO - Dual Compound - TR Kevlar Folding4717784030258

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