Maxxis High Roller II 29er Tire

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Product Description

  • M325P
  • Open tread design
  • Improved braking and traction

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High Roller II 27.5 3c Exo run Tubeless?

Anyone tried this? Tires aren't TR/Tubeless ready gigs. I have WTB i25 rims and would love to go tubeless on this set up.Read More »

Chunky Monkey vs High Roller II/Minion DHRII

I've been running 2.3 HRII front and rear my new SC 5010 and have really liked them both, especially the front. With all the praise for the DHRII as a rear tire I'm thinking of going HRII 2.4 3C in front and DHR II in back for my bigger bike (Knolly Chilcotin).... 2.4 or 2.3? (I like big volume tire ... Read More »

Minion DHF or High Roller II?

I'm running a Hans Dampf front/Ardent 2.25 rear and it's great for my local trails. The Ardent doesn't brake quite as well as I want but the trails here are tame enough it doesn't matter enough to be worth dragging a chunkier tire on the climbs. However, if I venture out a little further the trail ... Read More »

High Roller II 2.3 or 2.4??

I'm building up a new 27.5 bike and I'm shopping around for tires. I'll be running Flow EX rims, riding aggressive AM trails....and a few shuttle / DH runs. I have a problem with blowing out sidewalls, so I'm looking for something strong, but not as heavy as a dual ply sidewall. I've been checkin ... Read More »

Anyone using a High Roller II up front on a 95?

I'm planning on running an Ardent in the back to swap out the Ikon (prefer the braking ability of a more aggressive back tire) and was thinking about an Ardent 2.4 up front as well, but the High Roller II 2.3 is catching my eye (although heavy, I like something aggressive up front and I noticed Yeti ... Read More »

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