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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 83 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rueda perfecta para Enduro Precio/Calidad inmejorable, es una rueda buenísima para hacer descenso y bajadas por sitios pedregoso. Desde que probé esta rueda no cambio de marca ni de modelo. 14 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really grippy Bought to replace Continental Mountain Kings that came with my Orange G3 - what a difference, especially on loose rocky gravelly stuff, I immediately feel much more confident because the tyres just stick and soak it all up. 10 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good grip Fantastic grip on these. I run them on a pair of Hope Hoops and the one downside was the nightmare to get them on. In Scotland we get a lot of rain and a fair few inches of mud appears on the tails. This cuts right through it with ease. Bit if a pain on a steep climb though, that's on 2.35. Good pair of legs let's you there though. 23 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by awesome tire cant fault these really only had one hicup using them tubless and a sharp object nicked the wall resulting in a pop. they seem to last forever too 02 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent grip and flow. Have always been a HR fan. Paired this with a 2.35 minion up front. Just finished using minion rear as I didn't find roots and wet rock grip great due to square profile. But find am more confident with HR maxxpro on rear. And less rolling resistance then minion rear so not as sluggish a climb. Hr: all rounder Minion: dry, moist, rocky, gravel 21 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent all rounder Used these for a long time and can't change to another as they just don't hit the mark 20 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by very gripppy make peddling on the road a bit of an effort but it is worth the effort for the excellent trail grip. 09 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great grip! These are a great Tyre, have ridden in a few different types of terrain and has provided great grip in all of them. 06 May 2014
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is this tyre good good for "with tube" use?

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Yes, My son is using it since more than 2 months riding, jumping and rocking all over without any problem.
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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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This tyre is designed to be used with a tube. It is not a tubeless ready tyre.
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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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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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Yes, slightly. It depends on the size and compound selected, but the Single Ply High Roller 26x2.35"(http://www.maxxis.co.uk/catalog/tyr...) runs nearly 200g lighter than the High Roller II 26x2.4"(http://www.maxxis.co.uk/catalog/tyr...)
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