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Faster and with better grip: the Crossmark II Tubeless Ready Folding Tyre by Maxxis
The Crossmark II rolls even faster than its predecessor and has more grip on trails. The legendary center groove still flies on the road, and the updated tread provides better braking and cornering grip in a wide range of trail conditions. An excellent choice if you want to be fast wherever you ride.
Note from the manufacturer:
Maxxis strongly advises against the use of ammonia-based sealant. Ammonia has been proven to attack the carcass and can weaken it by up to 30% after only a few months, depending on the amount used.
Guidelines for replacing E-bike components:Before you replace components on your e-bike, please read through the guidelines for component replacement for CE-marked e-bikes/pedelecs with pedal assistance.
- All Mountain
- folding tyre
- Tubeless System:
- Tubeless Ready
- Rubber Compound:
- 60 tpi
- EXO Protection
- Air Pressure (max.):
- 4.1 bars
- Manufacturer Number:
For the Dual Compound, two different rubber compounds are processed into one tread strip. The arrangement of the compounds is planned individually according to the desired properties of Maxxis tyres.
This extremely cut and abrasion resistant material protects the sidewalls of various Maxxis MTB tyres. It is very tightly woven, light and very flexible. As a result, the performance of the tyres remains convincingly good.
Tubeless tyres have many advantages: you can ride with less air pressure. This gives better traction and reduces rolling resistance. And where there is no tube, the risk of punctures is reduced. Maxxis TR tyres are better prepared for mounting with sealant than other " tubeless ready" tyres. The bead of the Maxxis TR tyres is completely covered with a rubber layer like a real UST tubeless tyre. As a result, tubeless mounting is successful for all rims with standard dimensions even during the first inflation and with little liquid.
- 1 x Maxxis Crossmark II 26" folding tyre