The Minion DHF is the standard by which all
other aggressive mountain tires are measured.
The DHF incorporates ramped knobs for low
rolling resistance and channel-cut knobs to
increase gripping edges, giving straight-line
control and precise cornering
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gogogo Uno de los mejores neumaticos del momento a un precio assequible
(supetacky42a) El agarre en curva es brutal, inspira mucha seguridad, Yo creo que voy a repetir. Sin duda alguna lo recomiendo para enduro, para todo tipo de terrenos. Se comporta bien en barro, piedra,raízes, seco...
27 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by xLopez Gran neumático delantero
El neumático que más veces he montado como delantero. Gran agarre y aunque no sea 2 PLY para la rueda delantera es suficiente. El único inconveniente es el desgaste bastante rápido, aunque asumible si el precio de compra no es elevado
21 November 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NathanSodaAir Amazing Grip!!!
I bought the single ply Maxxpro version of these purely to keep the weight down, I know the EXXO version are the same weight but also double the money, so I thought I'd rather go through 2 single plys on the off chance I kill the sidewall....
These tyres are AMAZING grip wise!! I use the DHF on the front and rear as the pattern gives much less rolling resistance in the Maxxpro compund then the DHR, Even when you have them higher than the now fashionable 22-30psi they still have ample grip in the wet! Giving me a lot more confidence to hit corners much faster then I did with with Ardents....
I flipped the tyre round to use it on the back wheel so the straight edge of the tread diggs in to give me grip putting power down on muddy uphills and the ramped edge facing forward so when you brake it doesn't try and rip the tread knobs off...
You won't be disappointed with the grip of these tyres... At the last Gravity Enduro race of the Season 2013 almost everybody were running these which is always a good sign.
25 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jaiz18 Great grip in muddy conditions
This tyre is great, offers good grip in all conditions especially muddy, also good for free riding too.
15 September 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Buena cubierta
Muy buen agarre a pesar de que las medidas reales son más pequeñas el 2.5 hace 2.30 i el 2.35 hace 2.1 / 2.2. Buen agarre lateral. Gran neumático para uso de enduro. No es de los mejores rodadores.
06 July 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Really nice tire it have very good grip.
I run with it on the front, and I'm very satisfied.
06 July 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Mega Grip, massive confidence boost with a cost
These tires are fantastic for building your confidence. I've tried both compounds I would say that the Supertacky is pretty slow, almost as slow as a Kenda Nevegal, so use it for front duties only unless you are really not worried about rolling speed, and think about not using it at all if your terrain is dry. As has been mentioned before they measure narrow, I'd say honestly about 2.2 is the average width for a 2.35 Minion. Weight is an issue at 780-820 grams or so for the 2.35s, and when you spend much more money on some exotic rubber like a Schwalbe Nobby Nic 2.25 you are saving a sizable 200 grams a wheel and 400 grams on the bike (a dropper post and a chain guide added together!), which can be the difference between an OK and an excellent wheelset. This weight is an annoyance because it is very hard to ever have the same confidence if you don't have that familiar Minion tread pattern on the front of your bike. I ride very arid areas, we've found that this tire protects from thorns better than any other without specific protection technology, being that the tread blocks are so thick they stop nearly everything. The tire also has a missing section so it is a tire you have to learn to love, especially if you come from a motorcycle road riding background and like a smooth transition when you lean, you have to learn to throw the bike into the corner with a much more MX style.
I've given 4 stars, even though this tire is very good I still think it could be better, if there was a way to shave more weight, a bit more volume, more stiping and a rounder profile, I think some or a combination of these factors could make this tire even better. If Maxxis had the same attention to detail as say, Schwalbe they could be even better. If there was a 550 gram higher volume Minion in genuine 2.25 width, holy cow, who wouldn't want that?
14 April 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Skinny
Agree with most of what people say about these but you need to know that they are really skinny. A 2.35 is much thinner than a 2.25 advantage even. The 2.5s are good downhill tyres but i got these 2.35s as an enduro tyre and they aren't man enough...
27 March 2013
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