Maxxis CrossMark Mountain Bike Tire

May 19, 2016 - Comment

The 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. Fast rolling center ridge – front or

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The 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. Fast rolling center ridge – front or rear. Raised side knobs for better cornering. Cross country racing tire.

Comments

schwing_ding says:

good all arounder Primarily used on the rear in the desert Southwest, but I have used it on trails in and around the Denver area in the past with very good results. Good all around tire for rear use, and would be good for front use for a faster (race) type setup. Seals up well tubeless using stans sealant with Arch and 355 rims. Cannot comment on other tubeless conversion. Wears well, climbs rock and off camber well, fast roller. The volume is a true 2.1. This tire corners much better than it’s rolling…

Amazon Customer says:

I hate to rate this tire this low but it has … I hate to rate this tire this low but it has a few shortcomings that really reduce its usability.First off the weight is great as is the rolling resistance. It’s a very fast and light tire for the width. Great to see a tire this light for this width which is true to the specs. Many ultra light and racing tires grossly exaggerate their width, not true for this one. Not that it matters, but it’s a good looking tire as well.For the negatives, it is garbage in mud, which is…

Taylor says:

Great tire, but was tough to seal up tubeless. This is a fairly lightweight tire, with low rolling resistance. It grips well climbing, and is predictable in corners. I only use it on the rear so when it does break free I don’t go down, but it really does hook up well when needed. I would give it 5 stars, since it’s a great tire for fast hardpack, although tire selection is a personal preference as well. I gave it 4 stars because I could not get it to seat while setting up tubeless (and no, I didn’t have a compressor). I had my LBS do…

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