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  • Maxxis High Roller MTB Tyre - Single Ply
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MaxxPro 60a
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60a MaxxPro Compound
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26"
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2.35"
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Maxxis High Roller DH Tyre

Our most popular and versatile mountain bike tire, the High Roller's ramped leading edges roll fast, while the side lugs offer stability at speed and a sharp edge to hold corners. The grooved center knobs provide straight-line control. The High Roller's tread design translates well to all mountain bike disciplines, including downhill, cross country, and freeride.

Maxxis High Roller DH Tyre Specifications:

  • Ramped knob design
  • Hardpack, loose-over-hardpack, medium soil, loose terrain
  • Lightweight single ply casing
  • Tire Size: 26x2.35
  • TPI: 60
  • Max PSI: 65
  • Weight: 850g
  • Durometer:ST 42a

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

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: Wire Bead, Folding Bead
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Option: MaxxPro 60a, 60a MaxxPro Compound, Super Tacky 42a
  • Width: 2.35"
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Amazing down hill, a bit difficult to go up. I got them because in Scotland there are mud, water and ice really often. These are the perfect tyres for this weather. Only contra: To go up hill are not the best, but with two strong legs wont be a problem. 19 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very good grip Spent ages reviewing tyres as I wanted to get rid of my old one as they were rubbish...I decided on this tyre after reading reviews and speaking to some biker mates.. I put this on the front of my bike and had it out today in the snow mud and rain and was very very happy with the grip I took bike up the same place I have had trouble with before getting grip and slipping about... I got up first time and was surprised how much cornering grip I was getting even in the weather conditions.. I would never of got up and down like that before with my old tyres.. Has a got tread on the tyre and doesn't clog up with mud etc seem to throw it off no probs... A little bit extra work on the Tarmac.. I never noticed that I had to put any extra effort in while climbing as some people have said... ( I got an advantage on the rear and they seem to work together good) I got a 2.35 my last tyre was a 2.25 but it's not any bigger than the old tyre.. I've not had it out on the dry dirt yet but looks like it will perform good as it is a 42 a... Good XC tyre... Would recommend highly.. 01 February 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty nice tyres These tyres are great allrounders until you get on the roads when they drag like mad! 31 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best tyre Ive had. Bought a set of downhill 60a dual ply for the summer as I was getting a lot of punctures on the Conwy mountains with continental rubber queens and had a few crashes because of them sliding in corners in the dry, high rollers were an instant improvement, rolled faster and gripped waaaaaay better, got a new bike that had the single ply rear in 60a and a Minion front which didnt suit my riding style so I bought this one in 42a, real sticky stuff and the maxxis high rollers alone have really boosted my confidence, large difference in speed climbing and on flat between these and the downhill and its much harder to pedal with the downhill due to its weight, I used this tyre in Llandegla, Betws-y-coed, Coed-y-brenin and Penmachno and it has never let me down, had trouble with the Minion skidding on roots and on corners but it was the 60a compound and not the 42a, when they slip on corners I know they are going to grip again and having that confidence in a tyre is priceless, I will never use another tyre now as I love these. sounds cheesy but its true. 26 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by the only true all rounder out there this is such a good tyre. wet,dry does not matter. it just grips every time. corners like a train on rails! best all rounder on the market 26 January 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great build, great stick! These are proper grippy tyres, I have chucked them onto my wheels now that winter's well and truly in - wet, mud, leaves etc - and they've taken it all in their stride. A great product, even if the roads are a lot more work now! 23 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by exchange with "clutch control" tyre very impressive tyre ; in front wheel i have rubber queen 2.4 and rear high roller 2.35 (S.enduro expert) this tyre is working amazing!! 18 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by buon prodotto soprattutto d'estate ed al posteriore buon prodotto soprattutto d'estate ed al posteriore La gomma però va gonfiata bene perchè altrimenti si incappa in facili forature E' un single play d'altronde e la spalla non è sostenuta 07 November 2013
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This would be personal preference.
I would run the narrower tyre on the front but others would run the narrower tyre on the rear for better rolling resistance.
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That I would say is down to personal preference, however having a wider tyre would give more surface area in contact with the ground meaning more traction on that wheel.
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Wired or folding bead what's best ????

I ride mostly trails up and down hill and like up hills for fitness no real aggressive downs but plenty of rooty trails etc not sure what the difference is between the wired or folding apart from the price
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The folding tyre would be lighter than a tyre with a wire bead.

For riding XC or light trail riding I would recommend a folding bead tyre.
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Folding can be taken as a spare on more extreme events, it is also marginally lighter, pretty much the only differences I would say.
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is this tyre good good for "with tube" use?

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This tyre is designed to be used with a tube. It is not a tubeless ready tyre.
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This tyre is intended for use with tubes, I wouldnt try it without, i got a slow puncture the other day and my tyre was wet, bubbles were coming out all over it.
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