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Maxxis High Roller II DH Tyre

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. Modified knobs on the shoulder and centre improve braking performance and traction on hard surfaces. When gravity pulls you downhill, rely on the High Roller II to keep you upright.

Features:

  • 2-Ply DH casing with butyl-protected sidewalls
  • ETRTO: 26X2.40 ( 61-559 )
  • TPI: 60
  • Bead: Wire
  • Weight: 1,260g
  • Compound: 3C MaxxGrip
  • PSI: 65
  • Bike Tech: 3C

Buy Maxxis High Roller II DH Tyre from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Wire Bead, Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 27.5" (650b), 26"
  • Option: MaxxPro 60a, 3C MaxxGrip, Super Tacky 42a
  • Width: 2.4", 2.3"
 
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome Used them for the 2014 muddyavalache and they were amazing, didn't let me down once. Could of done with a lighter tire for the climbs but defiantly a great compromise with the puncture protection they offer 10 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by The only tyres to get!!!!!!!! Wet, muddy, damp, dry this tyre copes with everything you throw at it and the grip... Well it's like sticking your fingers together with super glue.. Your not going to part them any time soon lol that's how good you stick to the track 02 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great gripping tyre been using these tyres now for ages and they grip on almost anything. The only let down with this tyre is with sticky mud, they just dont disperse it easily enough. Best for dry or sopping wet tracks with roots/rocks/dust/shale/gravel 29 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great traction & control on a wide variety of terrain The high roller II is a big improvement over the high roller with a better braking feel and cornering stability good on dry to wet.... 25 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Confidence I bought here 2 tires, the Super Tacky 42a compound for the front wheel and MaxxPro 60a for the rear tire, to change my two old Maxxis Minion DHF, and i want to say that these are incredible in all conditions or kinds of grounds. With hard terrain the both tires are so cool, their grip is formidable, maintaining the confidence in all turns or rock gardens. With wet ground, i can say that the front tire grip is extraordinary, included on very wet conditions. The rear tire looks great with the wet, but in very wet conditions it lose a little bit of grip on rock gardens. Very good tires. 09 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awsome I used this tire front and rear last season through mud and dust. They performed well under all conditions. Mine was the 26" 2,4" wide super tacky on a downhill bike. 07 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Super grippy tyres Love these tyres, amazing grip from them. They pretty much drap me up wet rocks and roots where before my previous tyres would have been squirming and slipping. Running them front and back is fun, but a bit overkill - the grip, tread and width mean a lot more effort is required for pedalling uphill so will go for a different back tyre in the near future, keep one up front and have a spare for when it wears down. The grip does inspire a heap of confidence flying downhill, taking care on tricky sections, climbing or generally going over stuff you might otherwise slip on. 24 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Decent price for a decent dry weather tire I'm reviewing the 27.5in Highroller II in 42a supertacky compound. Ideal for dry conditions Thin DH sidewall requires higher pressures for rocky trails. Provides decent grip on dry ground Low rolling resistance The knobs aren't very tall and thus are less than ideal for loose terrain conditions Supertacky compound isn't as grippy as say Schwalbe vertstar and provides less grip when conditions are greasy/wet The tire isn't very tall and thus the wheel feels stiffer i.e. less confortable on rocks/roots 15 September 2013
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Are these tyres Tubeless compatible?

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These tyres are not Tubeless compatible; this is due to them having a Wire Bead.
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No, the HR II is not tubeless compatible.
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what s the difference between all the compounds and what s best for me . I do a lot of trail ridding , bike park and down hill
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The best resource for this query is the Compound section on the Maxxis website (http://lnk.nu/maxxis.co.uk/3b1b).

The lower the compound number the more grip but less of a lifespan.

A 40 or 42a have a really soft and sticky feel, however a 70a is a hard compound offering much less grip but will last much longer.

In the region of 60 - 62a would be a good place to start; a good balance of grip and wear.
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3C is a mix of 3 compounds. More grip on the sides and better rolling in the middle. 3C is best as a rear tyre for DH.
Super tacky is the softest and thus the most grippy compound. It has most rolling resistance thus it is best as a front tyre. For more info check out the maxxis website.
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I copertoni tubeless sono contraddistinti dalla scritta LUST o UST. Quelli che non hanno tale scritta non sono tubeless.
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These tyres are not Tubeless compatible due to the Wire Bead.
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