• Maxxis - Ikon 3C/TR Tire -29in - 3C Maxx Speed
  • Maxxis - Ikon 3C/TR Tire -29in - 3C Maxx Speed
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Maxxis Ikon 3C/TR Tire -29in

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    • 3C Maxx Speed, 29x2.20
      sale $53.99
    • 3C Maxx Speed, 29x2.35
      sale $55.81

    Tech Specs

    3C Maxx Speed
    29 x 2.2 in, 29 x 2.35 in
    clincher, tubeless
    Recommended Use:
    cross country
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Speed knobs.

    If you check the forecast for race-day and it’s looking a bit iffy, you’ll be glad to have the Maxxis Ikon 3C/TR 29in Tire to tackle whatever the trail conditions may be. The lightweight design and a hard-compound, low-profile center-tread keep your ride fast and flowing, while the 3C Max Speed compound is eager to let you confidently play in sketchy terrain.

    • Versatile tires for unpredictable trail days
    • Fast-rolling center tread for speed on hard pack
    • Beefy side lugs lock in on corners, shed mud
    • Ramped center lugs don't fold under braking power
    • Tubeless-ready setup for durable flat protection
    • Supple 120 TPI casing for tacky control
    • Center compound resists wear, supple casing conforms to the trail
    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    Skeptic to fanboy.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got sick of paying Schwalbe's high prices for the Rocket Ron and picked up 2 of these tires for the same price as a single Ron. I knew the grip prolly wasn't going to be as good, man was I wrong. At 22lbs (29x2.20) it had grip for days over loose, hard, roots, rocks, etc... Any slide was minimal and controlled meaning you knew it was coming. It rolls smoother on gravel and pavement, I perceived it to be faster. It wasn't any slower. for sure. Tubeless setup was ez with a compressor and orange seal. See ya Ron.

    I mean, after the leaks got fixed.....

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    So I had the same issue as others but maybe worse. My front tire took 3 different rounds of sealant with Cafe Latex finally doing the trick after almost a month and 6-8 rides. On the non-drive side there were literally hundreds of tiny holes where the sealant would leak and after 2-3 days it would be totally flat. Needless to say, huge bummer.

    Outside of that, I use these on my HT and they got me what I wanted from a performance standpoint. Not a full XC tire but not a slow trail tread either. They seem durable so far. Not bad.

    Fast rolling but won't hold air

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These tires are light and fast rolling, but I've put in 3 cups of Stan's sealant and they still don't hold air. I put in 32 lbs before a ride and when I get back they are down to around 26. You can see sealant leaking out the sidewall too. The next day they are down below 20 lbs. I bought two tires, used one and am returning the other.

    Fast tire

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Very fast rolling tire. Light sidewall.
    On the first ride or on delivery, a small hole was already in the sidewall.

    Well that didn't last long, that sidewall hole blew and the tire is now useless after just a few mild early season ride. Maybe I got a bad tire, maybe its just not a great tire.

    Oh dang. If you'd have gotten them from me, I could have swapped them out within 30 days. Thanks for the feedback and for contributing to our community, Drew.

    Great Tire Fast

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a really fast xc tire. I love them. I have used them for years. They side wall casing is good, but these will hook up in anything. I like how fast rolling they are over a hard packed surface. Not a mud tire but do relatively well if it gets a bit slick on some roots.

    fast xc

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have these on both our hard tails now. handling is great, they roll fast and you get a lot of mileage out of them. All ours are set up tubeless and have held up well and been really trouble free. They are fairly light, light enough to race, but usable every day.

    Good stuff

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Does what they're supposed to do, and does it quick. Ordered them Friday, received them Monday. Sealed the rim bed of my el cheapo Mavic Cross Rides with two passes of Gorilla Tape. Threw these on, sans sealant--aired up. Put two ounces in, let them sit and so far, literally the easiest tubeless operation I've ever seen. Basically lost 3 pounds off my bike and gained a half inch of suspension and God knows how much traction. If you need puffy plus sized pillows to ride on so be it, but I grew up on 1.95s At 2.2, these keep you honest, but they roll fast. I'm excited for the thaw.

    Props to Competitive for the nice price.

    Fast, Very Light

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these tires. They're a very fast rolling tread pattern and the 3c compound helps them hook up well pressing in to corners. Some like more aggressive tires...to each their own, these are not appropriate for an all mountain machine or a trail bike that's ridden in much rockier/rootier stuff. Faster tread for faster conditions.

    wanted to give it a try

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    wanted something low profile and a touch narrower for trail riding. works exactly like i was gunning.

    Single speed grip

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've been running these on my single speed 9er for about 4 months now. The tread pattern and hardness is the perfect combo of uphill grip and down hill speed.

    Great buy

      Great tires. Lite, tubeless teady , good price.