Product DescriptionThe Maxxis CrossMark is the dramatic evolution of the cross country racing tire. The nearly continuous center ridge flies on hardpack, yet has enough spacing to grab wet roots and rocks. The slightly raised ridge of side knobs offers cornering precision never before seen on a tire this fast. The Crossmark comes with Maxxis' 120 tpi casing is extra supple for low rolling resistance. Now with LUST tubeless technology, or Lightweight Ultimate Sidewall Technology, the Crossmark LUST is 15% lighter than previous tubeless tires, has better air retention, and better puncture resistance.
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I ride in central Texas and I'm looking for the perfect set of tires for my HT. Trails are only open when it's bone dry. I do about 50% road and 50% trail riding so I've narrowed it down to these two fast rolling tires. Should I get Ikon for F & R? Or Crossmark F & R with a modification to the front ... Read More »
Like the Crossmark as a rear tire, both 26 and 650b. Tubeless with zero issues at 165 pound rider weight. I like the eXC's weight and the sidewalls are durable enough for my trails on a Pacenti TL28 rim. Considering using it as a front, but wanted to ask if the mod I read about (somewhere, can't fin ... Read More »
Apologies if this has been posted, but ebikestop.com has the 510gram (claimed) Crossmark 650b for $41.45. I ordered two and used the coupon "spring" for free FedEx ground shipping. [url=http://www.ebikestop.com/maxxis_crossmark_275_x_2_1_exception_single_compound_folding_tire-TR6117.php]Maxxis Cr ... Read More »
I see they are pretty light and want to try one on the front to loose some weight. Have the normal crossmark on the rear no troubles but it weighed 630. I'm seeing the exc is in the low 500sRead More »
Currently run a Neo Moto 2.1 on a FS and with the trails becoming more hardpack was looking for lighter and faster rolling. Did a search and found the Crossmark at Artscyclery for a good price, but on this forum the sidewalls are thin according to users. I don't ride a lot of rocks. Is the NM 2.1 ... Read More »