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Maxxis Minion DHF Technical Information

The Maxxis Minion DHF is offered in a huge variety of different rubber compounds, casing constructions, wheel sizes, and tread widths. It is traditionally used as a front tire but can be found on either the front or rear wheel on anything from a "down country" bike all the way up to a downhill bike. The Maxxis Minion DHF is without a doubt one of the most popular mountain bike tires in the world. Known for its aggressive cornering lugs, the DHF will shine in a variety of different trail conditions.

Worldwide Cyclery Review

What do we think about the Minion DHF? - "After riding the Maxxis Minion 27.5" x 2.5" WT tire for some time, we found more cornering performance with the Wide Trail design compared to the traditional 2.5" DHF in the same compound. While the differences are subtle, this just seems to be the evolution of the bike tire and is truly designed to be used with rims using a 30-35mm internal width. For most of us, the wheels we are riding right now have a wider internal width than what we would have been riding 5 years ago. Maxxis has stepped up and designed a tire for the wider rim trend, a trend that actually makes riding bikes more fun!"

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Worldwide Cyclery Customer Review

One of our customers breaks down his new Maxxis Minion DHF and DHR II tires - "Understand that of all the ways to control your bike on any given terrain, there are several factors at play. However, arguably the most important factors are the tires to connect you back to planet earth. You’ll want grip, efficiency, control, speed, durability, and predictability, ...right? That’s exactly why I chose to equip my Scott Genius 740 (which is more enduro than trail bike) with the Minion DHF and Minion DHR II setup. With both tires featuring easy rolling center lugs and matching shoulder knobs, these tires are fast and dialed. Picking up speed is efficient with the slightly taller central lugs, while still biting into the dirt under both pedaling and braking force thus allowing for safe and predictable speed management. On the shoulders, alternating shaped knobs provide more than enough traction for extremely hard cornering on even flatter terrain."

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Pinkbike Rates 6 Different Aggressive Trail Tires

"All-around: The Minion DHF has the widest range of operating conditions, remaining predictable in everything from mud to moon dust. The Magic Mary can be used as an all-rounder too, but those tall side knobs can cause it to be less predictable when cornering on hardpack."


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