Maxxis Reviews and News


Enduro Compare-O: The Mtbr test crew picks their favorite Dream Bike Spec components

Our test crew picks their ultimate, no-holds-barred component mix from the Enduro Compare-O in our Dream Spec feature.

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Review: Maxxis Ardent EXO 27.5″ Tire

The all-around Maxxis Ardent EXO 27.5″x2.25″ had great rolling characteristics, and bounded up to speed well, and steered quickly and precisely through multiple types of terrain.

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Maxxis Beaver 29er Tire Review

In North Vancouver, it’s now deep into fall and a good time to try out tires that do well in mud and rain. I tested the 29 x 2.00 Maxxis Beaver tires on a Santa Cruz Tallboy. Given that I’m not racing

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Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Ends – Rocky Mountain Shifts Focus to U23 Development

October 25, 2011 – It is with mixed emotions that Rocky Mountain Bicycles announces the end of the Maxxis-Rocky Mountain World Cup race team. The team raced for three seasons (2009, 2010, and 2011) and achieved phenomenal results and exposure for both brands. The team was one of the only teams in the last decade […]

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Three Top Tens for Maxxis-Rocky Mountain at Mont St. Anne

July 4, 2011 – Mont St. Anne, Quebec – After an up and down first half of the 2011 season, Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain’s Geoff Kabush reasserted himself as a top contender in the World Cup series with a strong 7th place finish at Mont St. Anne. The Courtenay B.C. native was well poised for strong […]

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Lezyne News: Maxxis-RM Resigned/HTC's Van Dijk Secures Qatar Overall

Lezyne Renews Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain Sponsorship San Luis Obispo, CA  – Lezyne is proud to annouce the continued partnership with the MTB powerhouse Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain. The team is one of the top professional mountain bike race teams in the world. Comprised of top tier cross country and downhill World Cup racers, like Geoff Kabush, Sabrina […]

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Cameron Cole Withdraws from 2010 MTB World Championships

After an amazing start to the season with two podiums and a top ten finish in three races, Cameron Cole has decided to withdraw from this weekend’s World Cup in Windham, New York and next weekend’s World Championships at Mont St Anne. Cameron broke his scaphoid at the Champery round of the World Cup and […]

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Team Maxxis-Rocky Mountain – Offenburg World Cup Race Report

Premont 4th, Kabush 15th at Offenburg World Cup Offenburg, Germany After a three week break from competition, the UCI XC World Cup made its annual stop in Offenburg, Germany last weekend. The Offenburg track is a rider favorite, especially for the Canadian contingent, as it’s extremely rugged and technical like the tracks in Bromont and […]

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Whistler Mountain Bike Park Opens May 15

Welcome to Maxxis and Dakine as New Park Sponsors The 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games have come and gone and although the snow keeps falling the opening day for the Whistler Mountain Bike Park is less than two months away. The upcoming Bike Park season, which is scheduled to begin May 15, 2010, will […]

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Rocky Mountain Bicycles and Maxxis USA form new World Cup MTB team.

Vancouver BC,- Rocky Mountain Bicycles (RMB) is proud to announce an agreement with Maxxis USA to field the new Maxxis-Rocky Mountain UCI MTB Trade Team. “Maxxis is excited to partner with a company like Rocky Mountain, a company that is as passionate about racing as we are. Rocky Mountain Bicycles is a leader in performance […]

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MaxxDaddy Monthly

February 2009 Volume 1 Issue 52 Table of Contents Maxxis Rolls to Indy Show with Cutting Edge Products OUCH presented by Maxxis Ready to Top Podiums Again in 2009 John Wagner Tackles Formula D on Maxxis Fite Sets Record with 4 WORCS Titles Maxxis to Sponsor Dodgers and White Sox in 2009 Product Highlight MA-Z4S […]

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Maxxis Ardent 29er Tire Pro Review

by Rob Sutton from Mountain Biking by 198 http://www.mtbtrailreview.com The second ride on the Ardents changed my opinion on their performance due to a critical change in air pressure. I lowered the front another couple psi to the 26 lbs. range and the tire performed so well that I had to re-write this review. I […]

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