The Crossmark II is available in a range of tyre sizes for mountain and enduro bicycles. Check the table above and remember we are bringing in new sizes all the time.
Crossmark II Tyre Test Results
If you’re looking for mountain bike or downhill cycling tyres and you’re not sure which tyres to choose, you can always look to tyre tests for the answer
WorldwideCyclery.com tested the Crossmark II and had a lot of positive things to say:
“The Crossmark II immediately impressed me with how much braking traction and cornering stability it provided. Before I ever got this particular tire out on the trail, I assumed it was going to be fast rolling but also feel a bit loose. I am more accustomed to riding more aggressive tread patterns like the Maxxis DHR II tire just because it is more suited to the type of bikes and terrain I usually ride. With that being said, I was really impressed by what this little tire could do. The ramped center knobs give you very low rolling resistance while maintaining adequate braking traction. When you do get on the brakes hard, the square edge on the back of the center knob is what digs in to the trail surface and gives you braking performance. Mastering both low rolling resistance and braking efficiency is a hard thing to do, and that's exactly what the Crossmark II does.
…the best way to describe the Crossmark II's cornering abilities is consistent. There aren't going to be any surprises when the tire does break loose and being to slide. The transition from gripping and hooking up through a corner to breaking traction is a smooth one. The Crossmark II performed best in dry hard pack, and loose over hard pack conditions. The lightweight feel of the tire combined with cornering and braking performance gives you a tire that accelerates quickly and slows down under control.
The ramped center knobs do a great job balancing both low rolling resistance and braking performance. The side knobs transition nicely from hooking up through the corners and breaking traction. The Crossmark II tire should be on your radar for a high performing rear tire on your lightweight trail bike.”
Max Morgan, WorldwideCyclery.com, October 2019
Crossmark II Tyre Reviews
Sometimes the best reviews come from riders just like you. Take a look at our user reviews below.
Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, May 2019:
“These tyres hold are and are easy to bead up. They offer fast rolling over hard pack and tar seal which is predominantly what I have to ride on around my location. I am not a downhiller or single track rider more trails and the like. I find these tyres offer good grip and handling even for a heavier rider of the + 100Kg bracket.”
Rider, ChainReactionCycles, November 2019:
“Quality tyres from Maxxis, quick and quiet on road for winter hardtail commute to work, no serious offroad terrain to conquer just a bit of xc single track and these do the job nicely.”
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