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Maxxis Rekon 29" 3C/EXO/TR MTB Tire
Maxxis Rekon 29" 3C/EXO/TR MTB Tire

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Rekon 29 x 2.6" 3C/EXO/TR MTB Tire

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The Rekon 3C/EXO/TR MTB Tire from Maxxis is both bigger and badder thanks to beefy dimensions and a variable knob profile that inspires aggressive riding in a variety of terrain. At 29 x 2.6 inches, this tire provides a plush ride feel while dense groupings of side knobs support clean cornering and wide-spread sloped knobs facilitate rapid acceleration. 3C Maxx Terra compound provides grip and higher wear resistance while the limber casing gives-way to bumps and other trail irregularities for a smooth ride. EXO technology provides puncture and tear resistance.


Details:

  • Size: 29 x 2.6 in.
  • Approx. Weight: 780 g.
  • Type: Tubeless; Clincher.
  • Bead: Foldable.
  • Compound: 3C Maxx Terra.
  • TPI: 120.
  • Max. PSI: 35.

29 x 2.60 - 3C/EXO/TR

Weight: 780 grams

Mfg PartNum: TB96962000 

29 x 2.60 - 3C/EXO+/TR

Weight: 890 grams

Mfg PartNum: TB00096500 

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120 TPI is horrible on anything rocky
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by Tuxon todd
Cycling Enthusiast
Tucson, AZ

These tires came stock on my Surly KM but in the 60 TPI variety. When the rear tire wore I replaced it with this 120 TPI version. It was prone to flats just from rolling over rocks. I live in Tucson where the biggest concern was cactus needles but rocks??? And these were large flats where I was lucky to patch using two bacon strips.

So I stocked up on the 60 TPI version but still had another 120 TPI in the closet. Yesterday I put it on the front and another damn large puncture from a rock within 20 miles of riding. 20 miles on a new tire and it's toast. I've ridden this particular trail over 200 times and not had a problem with the other tires but these absolutely suck. FWIW I did get 4000 miles on the original front tire and probably had 20 something cactus needles in the tire. Get the 60, the 120 forget it, worse tire ever.

Reviewed 4/23/2020
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Rekon 2.6
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by Jon G
Portland

Rolls fast for being a big daddy tire and grips great for being fairly low tread, even in a lot different conditions. Although, used it primary as summer, dry weather tire, was abke to continue to run it late in the season as the trails changed. I usualluly flat and tear most all my tires within a mobth or two, but these survived on my hardtail (rarely sees rocks) and are pretty light for how big they are in a 29. Only cons is that they wear fairly fast due to 3C compound (within a season), especially out back and are pretty pricey to replace. Great tire if you can find that for good deal.

Reviewed 12/28/2018
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