The Mammoth is the first Fat Tire Bike Maxxis.
Thanks to its shallow center rib and an air pressure of "only" bar rolls extremely well 0.5.
The side galleries are a bit more pronounced, to generate enough cornering grip.
With its broad carcasses 4:00 he is the perfect companion for the Fat Bike on the trail, on the beach or in the snow. The light carcass with 120 TPI holds, the weight in check and the EXO sidewall reinforcement protects against injuries.
Two different rubber compounds are processed into a tread strip. The arrangement of the blends, we plan on the desired properties of the tires.
This extremely cut and abrasion-resistant material protects the sidewall of various MTB tires. It is very tightly woven, lightweight and very flexible. Thus, the performance of the tire remains unchanged convincingly good.
Tubeless Ready (TR)
tube tubeless tires have many advantages: You can drive with less air pressure. This provides better traction and rolling resistance decreases. And where no tube is also the risk of breakdown is reduced. MAXXIS TR tires are better prepared for the assembly with sealing milk than other "tubeless Ready" tires. The bead our TR tire is that of a real Tax tube losreifen complete with a layer of rubber coated. This is the tube losmontage on all wheels with standard dimensions already at the first inflation and with little liquid successful.
Even "normal" MAXXIS MTB tire can be mounted with sealant such as tires from other manufacturers Tubeless because the carcass are very tight.
Officially released for tubeless assembly and guaranteed by MAXXIS but only the new MAXXIS TR models. Carried the tubeless assembly of other models at your own risk.
Note: We advise strongly against the use of ammonia-resistant milk. Ammonia attacks proved the carcass and can this, quantity depending on the used, after a few months weaken up to 30%.
Tire Type: Folding
intended use : Fatbike
Size (inches): 26 x 4.0
Size (ETRTO): 559-102
Density: 120 TPI
Execution: Tubeless Ready, EXO
Compound: Dual Compound
Pressure: 0,5 - 2.1 bar (8-30 psi)
Note: The weights of the tires may vary.