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700c, 27-Inch & 650c

Maxxis Re-Fuse Tubeless-Ready 700c
$83.99
High-volume Tubeless Ready adventure tire - Diamond-knurled slick design - Dual-compound rubber - MaxxShield bead-to-bead protection - Tubeless Ready (TR) Our most popular training tire, modernized with tubeless technology and higher volumes for even more reliability and comfort. The familiar diamond tread pattern keeps things rolling smoothly, even as the pavement crumbles into gravel and hardpack dirt.
Maxxis Speed Terrane
$79.99
Semi-slick CX racing tire with aggressive cornering knobs - Aggressive cornering knobs - EXO Protection - File tread design optimized for grass and hardpack - Tubeless Ready (TR) The Speed Terrane features a familiar file tread pattern optimized for early season cyclocross races. Micro-diamond knobs adorn the tread surface to offer blazing speed on hardpacked surfaces, while stacked paddle knobs down the middle offer unrivaled climbing and braking traction so you can attack whenever you like. When the course gets twisty, the siped and offset cornering knobs will dig in to give you the support to brake later and push your tires as hard as your legs. Worry less about your tires and more about the holeshot!
Maxxis High Road Gen 1
$111.00
Our flagship road race tire - 170 TPI casing - HYPR compound - Pro-level competition tire - K2 puncture protection Maxxis' all-purpose road race tire receives a refresh with a lighter-weight casing, upgraded puncture protection, and a revised tread pattern. The result is a lighter, faster, and more durable High Road.
Maxxis Pursuer
$48.00
The Pursuer is great for logging trouble-free training miles and casual group rides. - Low rolling resistance, high mileage tread compound - Sport-level clincher tire The Pursuer is the newest road clincher in the Maxxis line. Taking what we learned from the development of the HYPR Compound for our flagship High Road tire, the Pursuer uses an all-new full-silica rubber compound. This new compound decreases rolling resistance while improving tread wear and cornering performance. For logging trouble-free training miles and casual group rides, choose the Pursuer.
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