Dirt 100 2010: MAXXIS HIGH ROLLER

The king of all downhill tyres? The High Roller grips like mad offering predictable cornering and a great braking edge. In dry through to soft conditions the High Roller is king in its Super–Tacky incarnation. Basically the High Roller rules in everything other than mud, where the spike tyres are whipped out. It is available in plenty of different compounds and widths; the choice for bigger riders has to be the dual ply, super tacky tyre in 2.5 width, which offers plenty of puncture resistance. Light riders will benefit from the 2.35 and may even get away with the single ply on the front or for riding that involves a little more pedal power than out and out downhill.

£22.99 – £37.99 (for 2.35 and 2.5 downhill versions)
MMA Sports 01792 467 467
www.mmasports.com, www.maxxis.com

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  1. Galen

    No, not the king of all downhill tires. That would be the Maxxis Minion. And stop spelling tires funnily.

  2. Isaac

    Dirt is a UK magazine so they’ll spell tyres the english way, because that’s the correct way for where we are. Seriously who’s going to complain apart from you?

  3. Joe

    Now now, we did invent the language and all……..

  4. jonzo

    Michelin Comp 16 rip off!

  5. joe cantello

    got them on both my bikes (dh & all mountain) and they rule. as for you americans you can’t talk about getting things wrong (banks, war, presidents)

  6. amplus taren brasil

    really a downhillers must.

  7. J-J-J-J-JR

    My favourite tyres of all time. OF ALL TIME!

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