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Score Product Price Our Take
81
$78
Editors' Choice Award
With the Minion DHF you can step up your game and start leaving your friends in the dust.
81
$82
Top Pick Award
The Maxxis Minion DHR II is an aggressive rear tire that lives up to its Minion moniker.
80
$62
Editors' Choice Award
Maxxis has made an excellent rear tire for all-around trail riding with the Aggressor.
79
$70
Top Pick Award
A shred-worthy front tire that delivers exceptional performance on all areas of the trail
79
$70
Top Pick Award
A tire that offers sharp cornering and nice rolling speed but lacks the chops for rough trails.
79
$90
Top Pick Award
Confidence inspring with endless traction, the Assegai is an impressive new DH tire from Maxxis.
79
$81
A ripping front tire that can hang with the best of them despite its weight.
79
$70
A ripping rear tire with an appetite for high speeds and rowdy terrain.
78
$103
The popular do-it-all Schwalbe Hans Dampf HS 491 is beefier and better than the original.
77
$60
Best Buy Award
A great front tire option that has an aggressive tread pattern, great traction, and a reasonable price.
77
$85
A versatile and aggressive tire that delivers exceptional traction in a variety of situations
76
$70
A well-rounded tire that works on the front or rear wheel in most conditions.
76
$81
A killer, but heavy, rear tire that delivers an aggressive ride.
75
$80
The Convict is an aggressive new tire for enduro and downhill riding from WTB.
75
$98
An aggressive tire for downhill and enduro riders, the Schwalbe Magic Mary excels in loose conditions.
74
$60
Best Buy Award
A killer rear tire that will suit many riders.
72
$85
A meaty tire that offers excellent pedaling and climbing traction in difficult conditions.
70
$69
Top Pick Award
Our Top Pick for XC Trail Riding is the fast-rolling Maxxis Ardent EXO.
70
$70
A fast-rolling rear tire best suited on a cross country or light-duty trail bike.
68
$60
A fast rolling rear tire that works well in dry and hardpack situations.
67
$103
The Knobby Nic is best suited to less aggressive riders with its middle of the road performance.
67
$60
The rear specific Specialized Slaughter Grid is fast rolling and reasonably priced.
64
$75
A light/mid-duty trail tire that has a somewhat narrow range of terrain it is comfortable on.
62
$70
An efficient tire with low rolling resistance that falters when ridden aggressively.