• Maxxis - Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in - Black
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  • Maxxis - Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in - Black
  • Maxxis - Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in - Tread
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Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO Tire - 29in

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    Tech Specs

    62a eXCeption series, 3C Maxx Speed
    29 x 2.2 in
    EXO protection
    65 PSI
    Claimed Weight:
    595 g
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Get a grip.

    The Maxxis Ikon eXC/3C/EXO is a race-ready tire built to perform in any condition. The Ikon is made from three rubber compounds and features 120TPI casing with EXO protection, which provides added pinch flat protection and abrasion resistance at the sidewall. Most importantly, EXO enhances protection without excessive material, keeping the tire light. The casing is wrapped in a tread pattern that handles well in both buff and loamy conditions, due to the way Maxxis spaced the center lugs and raised side knobs.

    To provide excellent traction in any condition, Maxxis used the harder, 3C compound for the center knobs to resist wear and flex. However, the flexible casing allows the Icon to adapt and permits the softer side compound to grab.

    • 120TPI casing
    • EXO protection
    • Center knobs made with 3C compound
    • 2.2in wide

    All Arounder

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Using it on my XC race bike, front and rear, race day and training. Sets up tubeless with ease. Great all around tire. Lightweight with good volume that wears nicely.

    This isn't a tubeless version and doesn't set up tubeless with ease (even w/ a compressor). The Tubeless ready versions will set up tubeless.

    Works great in Virginia!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Used these on the front & back for a few races/rides & they hold up amazingly well. The tread looks minimal but the tire really hooks up well in everything other than deep mud. If you want a little more front end bite, put on the Ardent. Maxxis is the ticket for me.

    Great Tire for NorCal riding

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've ridden quite a few different types of conditions with this tire (Sand, Loose on hardpack, Hardpack, Wet (not muddy). As a rear tire, it is the fastest tire I've ridden. I have it setup tubless. Seems durable with over 300 miles so far on it. I did have the air to low and came up short on a gap and put a tiny hole in the side wall which I've patched. Overall, I love this tire. I'm 220lb pack and all and ride AM/XC quite a bit with a few hits here an there on the more Freeride style trails.

    Perfect for UT

      I have been running this tire for a couple months on the rear of my Santa Cruz TBLTc. Not just a race tire by any means, although I would run one on my race bike as well. The profile is deceiving, it grips very well on the "dirt" we have in UT, whether you're riding around SLC/PC or down south in St. George. However, it might be a little under gunned for the super rocky technical terrain in Moab. It will break loose while cornering hard, but in a very predictable controllable way. I haven't had these wear any quicker than other tires I've run in the rear. Will be buying another one.

      Great race tire

        These tires as described are low profile and fast rolling. They have more volume then other race tires and the EXO sidewall gives it some extra strength in the sidewall. I've ripped through two small block 8s sidewalls in 2 months and haven't had a problem with these sidewalls. This is a popular tire in Utah.

        Well Rounded and Fast Rolling

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I installed this tire on the rear of my Full Suspension XC Mountain Bike. I found it to be very fast rolling with excellent grip for cornering. For dry/dusty conditions the tire has good braking performance. In wet conditions it can pack up but clears easily. I found the wear to be pretty good, this is a dual compound tire so the center is a harder compound than the cornering lugs. That means it will endure hard braking without premature wear. I will add, looking at this tread pattern I was doubtful but riding it has made me a believer.

        Well Rounded and Fast Rolling

        Solid tire

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I would recommend this tire as a rear tire, it rolls well and mine has lasted longer than the 6 weeks claimed by SGL. The EXO sidewall definitely makes this a durable tire, at least compared to other tires I would run. If you're going from a softer sidewall tire like a Schwalbe, be prepared to run 5psi less. Currently running a 2.35/2.2 Ikon EXO combo, but I think I'll go back to a Schwalbe for the front..

        Solid tire

        Not a great tire

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I have now gone through two of these. In both cases the tire blistered after only a couple months of riding. I spoke to my local bike shop and they have seen the same. Maxxis will not replace them. The tire performs well, but the lack of Maxxis to stand behind the product is a problem. I will not buy Maxxis products