Maxxis Beaver EXC 29er – Stock??
fair dues but have been waiting to buy a winter tyre for almost 2 months. I think Ive reached the end of the weather range for mt RR’s (as in a good 6 weeks ago). Will be keeping my eyes peeled and will appreciate a heads up (off-course only once you have all placed your oders)Posted 4 years agoNextDayTyresMember
ahem sorry for the delay, but they are finally arriving tomorrow 😀Posted 4 years agoNextDayTyresMember
Arrived NOWPosted 4 years ago
29″ Beaver 2.25 EXO Dual Compound
Got mine fitted up front & used it tonight for a short slushy ride round. Around the same size as the 2.2 Ardent it replaced. Seems to work well, outer treads knobs gripping better than the ardent, but still too early to push it too far.Posted 4 years ago
Nextdaytyres true to their name, tyre came next day, great service
Not sure how the 2.25 will help in really deep gloop TBH, as there a not a full on mud tyres (ala Trail raker or Swamp thing), more of a compromise all rounder with mud ability, and the extra width ain’t gunna help for that.
That said I believe (after 2 rides) that there very good, I feel more confident since swapping the Ardent up front & believe there holding lines better in the mud, but I’m still riding with the mindset of where the Ardent could be pushed to, so am yet to explore the limits of the tyre.Posted 4 years ago
Also this is my first 29er “mud tyre” and only 2nd front I’ve used, so I’m hardly in a position to be able to exclaim that there the best winter tyre out there…
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