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29 x 2.35 - EXO/TR
Maxxis Forekaster 29" EXO/TR MTB Tire

Maxxis
Forekaster 29" EXO/TR MTB Tire

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The Forekast calls for fun.

Whether the weather outside is frightful, or you don't care cause a muddy ride is so delightful, the Maxxis Forekaster 29" MTB Tire is ready to roll. This aggressive cross-country tire was built for riding in loose or wet conditions, with a slightly-open central channel that easily channels out mud, water, or gravel and large shoulder blocks that dig deep during cornering. With a dual compound, tubeless-ready construction, the Forekaster is ready to go all out on the mountain and keep the rubber spinning mile after mile. Taking their protection to the next level, their EXO Protection technology adds much-appreciated puncture protection for mountain-rated security.

The Maxxis Forekaster 29" EXO/TR MTB Tire is available in a 2.35" width. Also available in 27.5" sizes.


Features:

  • Aggressive XC tire that's optimized for loose or wet conditions.
  • Dual Compound tubeless-ready construction.
  • EXO Protection gives added durability and protection from punctures, slashes, and cuts.
  • Claimed Weight: 735 grams.
  • 120 TPI.
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Grippy on dry summer days
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by Surfdude
Cycling Enthusiast
Hood River, OR

This was an easy install as a tubeless tire. I've only ridden it a couple of times and it's a significant improvement on the dusty summer trails in Hood River. I ended up replacing both tires because they are working for me that well.

Reviewed 8/14/2018
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Dependable. Easy to Mount Tubeless.
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by Dan
Competitive Racer
Portland, OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Ive had really good luck with these tires. They are easy to mount and theyve withstood lots of riding on Sandy Ridge and in Bend. Good grip on slightly loose terrain to hardpack but not great in the mud or damp trails like Alsea Falls. Used exclusively on the rear so far. I wore the tread.

Reviewed 6/18/2018
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light and grippy
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by Blu109
Cycling Enthusiast
SW Florida

These give me the extra grip for my hardtail to top the dirt hills in Florida. Used to spin out. Have not yet tried tubeless. Thinking about getting some for my wifes bike and my full suspension build in process.

Reviewed 4/1/2018
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