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Maxxis Holy Roller

Maxxis Holy Roller

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3.5 stars
 (3 Reviews)
$44.00
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Maxxis Holy Roller

The Maxxis Holy Roller is a street-oriented tire with a low-profile inverted semi-knob tread design and a lightweight single ply casing. Proven in the hardpack and pavement of the BMX world, Maxxis now makes it in a 26" version that's ideal for a street trials bike. It's constructed from the 60a MaxxPro rubber compound. Available in 26" x 2.2" and 2.4" sizes.

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  • Weight 2.2": 800g
  • Weight 2.4": 825g
 
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    Option Barcode Manufacturer's Part Number Store SKU
    26 x 2.2 04717784019840 TB72392000 MAX22979757R
    26 x 2.4 04717784017303 TB74180100 MAX227645466
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    3.5 stars

    (based on 3 reviews)

    66%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    Pros

    • Great traction  (2)
    • Lightweight  (2)
    • Durable rubber 

    Cons

    • Loud 
    • Prone To Flats 
    • Heavy 

    Best Uses

    • Mountain biking  (2)
    • Casual riding 

    Reviewed by 3 customers

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    4.0

    Fast!

    By wigglebump

    from Oakland, CA

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Durable Rubber
    • Great Traction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Casual Riding
      • Mountain Biking

      Comments:

      I've been using the 2.4" HolyRoller tire for a few months, both on street and dirt trails. They're so much faster rolling than my old knobbies, and I don't have any qualms taking them up some fire road or singletrack local trails. I don't push it as hard when cornering on the dirt, but they seem to grip just fine, even at speed. For the street / urban playing, they're absolutely amazing. It's like cornering through a berm when on concrete.

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      2.0

      Heavy, Loud and Lots of Punctures

      By Molesap

      from Bay Area, CA

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

      • Great Traction

      Cons

      • Loud
      • Prone To Flats
      • Heavy

      Best Uses

        Comments:

        I used these mostly on the street, but they were very heavy and I sounded like a truck on the road. The traction was better than average, but I was getting flat every other day literally. I'm not sure how well they would wear as I changed them out for Specialized Crossroads which were significantly better for me.

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        4.0

        Fast Rolling

        By Jdugas

        from Ontario, Canada

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        Pros

        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Mountain Biking

          Comments:

          this is a great tire on DRY hardpacked. rolls very fast and grips well on pavement (not that i like to ride on pavement). the tire is not designed for wet trail riding but if you do as i did and try it....be careful, it's like riding on ice. i use Kenda Nevegals usually and decided to try these and there is a huge difference in the rolling resistance. I have read some review mentioning pinch flats but i have not experienced any.

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