Maxxis Crossmark Tubeless Tire

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The 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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Crossmark durabilty?

I have a crossmark that was taken off a Kona Explosif last year and I never got around to putting it on the back of my mojo. I'm doing the Dakota 50 next week and was thinking of riding the mojo. I'd be replacing the neomoto that i've been running with the crossmark, for an easier rolling rear tire. ... Read More »

Crossmark vs Holy Roller

I have a bike that I pretty much only use for riding to/from people's houses and on the pump track. I have the following tires sitting here at home: 2.25 Maxxis Crossmark 2.1 Maxxis Crossmark 2.4 Maxxis Holy Roller 2.2 Maxxis Holy Roller What would you run and why? I think the Crossmarks ... Read More »

Maxis crossmark + Stans Crest = no fun

while setting up my rear wheel, the crossmark blew off.... sealant all over the shop..... extra wrap of rim-tape and all is well for 5 rides, then this morning, blew off again. amazingly only scraped the finish on the edge of the rim and I tumbled right down the center of the trail. Is this ... Read More »

Maxxis Crossmark vs. Schwalbe vs. ???

I've been doing some research on tires the past few days as I just ordered a Santa Cruz Blur Tr Carbon with an XT build and Maxxis Crossmark tires on DT XR400's and I'm at a loss on tire selection... I mostly ride Glacier Ridge and Stillwell here on Long Island, but would like to venture out and ... Read More »

C shaped tire cracks on low milage Maxxis CrossMark

I have tubeless Maxxis Crossmarks on my bike that have been on it since I purchased it last year. I noticed this weekend that I have some cracks around the tire that are kind of C shaped. They wrap around the sidewall up into the tread about every foot or so. I have no idea how deep they are or w ... Read More »

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