Maxxis M934 Razr 2 Rear Tire

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Maxxis M934 Razr 2 Rear Tire

  • There is no better feeling than knowing that traction and control are on your side, especially when you get a great deal. And the versatile Maxxis Razr tire is designed to do just that weather it is on the track or on the trail
  • Suitable for all types of cross country terrain
  • Raised yellow lettering on the sidewall
  • Increased lug depth offers increased skid and traction control
  • Made especially for the GNCC
  • 6-ply rating
  • Item # 4853
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My review after talking to other racers and trying them out my self.

These tires do hook up good as long as they dont have any air pressure loss when youre riding, the tread life on these is mildly short you can get about 2 races out of them if youre doing everything right. With a brand new set I can get few days of joy riding with friends and 2-3 races tops. I have not had many problems with them on hills, they like to climb right up in high and low gears.

Domonik - April 25, 2013

(van etten, NY)

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Maxxis Razr 2

After trying a few other brands that reviewers claimed were better than the Razr 2, I went back to Razr 2. Nothing beats this tire. If it has one fault, it is that it has too much traction for sliding sideways. But if you want to accelerate faster, corner quicker, and make it up the steepest hills, nothing compares. By the time half of the tread is gone, when other tires are worthless, this tire degrades to the same performance as other NEW tires. Accordingly, the higher price is deceiving; you actually get more tire for the money.

Wayne Hubbard - October 26, 2009

(Gardnerville, NV)