MAXXIS AND SCHWALBE ARE TOP OF THE LIST WHEN YOU’RE CHOOSING THE RIGHT KIND OF TIRES ON YOUR BIKE!
Picking the right choice of tires will help you to gain more performance out of your bike. For Maxxis, there are different types of tires in mountain bike like for mountain, downhill and fat bike. And for the styles, there are hard pack, loose, loose over hard, medium, mud and wet. While in Schwalbe, it depends on what purpose of use like for all mountain, all terrain, cross, cross country, downhill, enduro, and trail. In this article, we are going to focus only on Maxxis Minion DHF and Schwalbe Magic Mary. They are both good tires on your bike but there will always be the right choice for you. They are always be a comparison between the two because they are both aggressive as downhill tire, trail bike, enduro and cross country. They look similar but differentiate on classifications. Schwalbe Magic Mary is more expensive than Maxxis Minion DHF.
The comparison between Minion DHF and Magic Mary at 1:31.
For the Maxxis Minion DHF, the purpose is for loose, loose over hard, medium and wet. It has directional, ramped knob design and 2-ply DH casings with butyl-protected sidewalls. Minion DHF are on the 29″ x 2.5″ WT 3C EXO tire. Weight for Minion DHF is 1,005g with side cornering knobs, alternating squares and “L” shape for a great grip.
The professional mountain bike rider says,
“My personal preference is the DHF, tube is awesome, a little bit more versatile. If you’re on hard pack dirt with a little bit more loose on the top.”
A professional rider testing on Maxxis Minion DHF at 2:04
For the Schwalbe Magic Mary is for intermediate tread, maximum braking traction and cornering grip even in extremely muddy terrain. It has a 29″ x 2.35″ Addix Soft Compound and Snakeskin protection with a weight of 885g. Magic Mary is more softer that Minion DHF. It has a great , extreme traction through the center of transition. It would be perfect on loose dirt and rocks/roots. while Minion DHF is a go-to-tire when you don’t know what to run and what type of terrain. It has a grab and drift personality.
A professional rider testing Schwalbe Magic Mary at 4:49. The rider states that,
“For weather conditions, choose Magic Mary and for dry conditions, choose Minion DHF.”
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