MAXXIS SuperMaxx MR6029 Tyre Pairs from £95 to £109 (£4.99 postage) @ The Fastone - HotUKDeals
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Front and Rear tyre in the following sizes:

110/70ZR17 & 150/70ZR17 (+£95.00)
110/70ZR17 & 160/60ZR17 (+£95.00)
110/80ZR17 & 150/70ZR17 (+£95.00)
110/80ZR17 & 160/60ZR17 (+£95.00)
120/60ZR17 & 160/60ZR17 (+£95.00)
120/65ZR17 & 180/55ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/60ZR17 & 170/60ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/60ZR17 & 180/55ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/70ZR17 & 170/60ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/70ZR17 & 180/55ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/70ZR17 & 190/50ZR17 (+£99.00)
120/70ZR17 & 200/50ZR17 (+£109.00)

Before anyone votes cold because of the name, if you Google they tyre they get very good reviews from real riders on powerful bikes.

Use them on my Suzuki Bandit 600 and warm up quickly and have plenty of grip in the wet and dry.

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#1
Got Maxxis tyres on my car , equally as good as the Avons that just came off and half the price :)
#2
These are really good tyres to be honest. Friend had them on a ZX9 and said they did the job.
#3
:thumbsup:My brothers looking for new tyres for his cbr 600, bit cheaper than on eBay, good find op
#4
I need some new tyres for my Batavus Cheyene. Will these fit?
#5
hubby needs new uns for his gs500, will show him this deal - thanks
#6
got some of these on my Suzuki Bandit 600 also :)

cant fault them at all, great grip!
#7
A pair of tyres for the same price as what I pay for the front? Can't be bad!

As a guide, my local Yamaha dealer charges ten pounds per tyre to mount them to a wheel (not attached to the bike) and twenty pounds for one still on the bike. But its still a good deal.
#8
slimy31
A pair of tyres for the same price as what I pay for the front? Can't be bad!

As a guide, my local Yamaha dealer charges ten pounds per tyre to mount them to a wheel (not attached to the bike) and twenty pounds for one still on the bike. But its still a good deal.


thats the only thing, if you buy from a dealer then they usually fit for free, if you buy your own tyres, you have a choice of taking the wheels off your self (from you bike) or going for a ride in, ride out service.

i would phone around your local bike indi garages and see what they charge.
#9
bigup
thats the only thing, if you buy from a dealer then they usually fit for free, if you buy your own tyres, you have a choice of taking the wheels off your self (from you bike) or going for a ride in, ride out service..


taking the loose wheels in the car is one thing but taking a pair of tyres around the waist to a ride in ride out service would be worth watching... :p

No good if they're slippery bug****s - even at half the price... but going by some of feedback they're not at all bad.

HOT
#10
I bought some on my sisters car. V good IMO.
#11
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)
#12
Good find, thanks for posting.

My local tyre place will fit & ballance these to loose wheels for £6- each.
#13
Guy Martin tested these and rated them as 99 percent as good as Diablos. Admittedly, there's no way of knowing how good they'll be after 3000 miles, but there you go. I've just ordered a set for the SZR project. Many thanks OP!
#14
scottscotland
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)


200 miles out of these and a 1000 out of bridgestones?

I may have believed you if you said this was track mileage only (with slow lap times).... but if that's road mileage then you're talking rubbish ;-)
#15
scottscotland
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)


What a load of garbage.....
The only way you could get that ridiculously low mileage is to be doing loads of stationary burn outs with the front brake on.

There is good reports about these Maxxis tyres from MCN and from guys on the bike forums i use.
Some are only reporting mileage of 2,500 for the rear, but they admit thats riding really hard. I've already got a pair ready for when my present boots need replacing.
Oh.... and The Fast One is the current cheapest place for this rubber.
#16
scottscotland
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)


Remind me never to buy a second hand bike off you then! :-D You must be pulling burnouts all over the place if you are getting through tyres that quick.
#17
arotabi
200 miles out of these and a 1000 out of bridgestones?

I may have believed you if you said this was track mileage only (with slow lap times).... but if that's road mileage then you're talking rubbish ;-)


Even if he was doing track days, he would be a numptie to use this tyre as its a sport/touring tyre. If he knew anything about tyres he would be using the Maxxis sport.... which is a completely different tyre from this one.
#18
I really hope you have a zero missing in both mileages, even riding them hard you shouldn't be chewing through any tyres that quick. It does suggest that you are spending more time with the rear wheel spinning than actually attached to the road.
#19
With normal road riding, including a bit of scratching on sunday rideouts, i'm expecting to get around 4,000 outta the rear and maybe 6,000 to 7,000 outta the front.
Which aint brilliant mileage for a sport/touring tyre..... but they are half the price of Mtchelin, Bridgestone, Dunlop etc etc.
#20
scottscotland
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)

Chump

united4eva
I bought some on my sisters car. V good IMO.

i'd be suprised if you did get motorcycle tyres for your sisters car :-D

i might take a punt with these, judging by the renewal quote for my bike insurance getting tyres @ half the price i normally pay would be much appreciated. Still a bit dubious about maxxis though.
#21
arotabi
200 miles out of these and a 1000 out of bridgestones?

I may have believed you if you said this was track mileage only (with slow lap times).... but if that's road mileage then you're talking rubbish ;-)


arotabi
taking the loose wheels in the car is one thing but taking a pair of tyres around the waist to a ride in ride out service would be worth watching... :p

No good if they're slippery bug****s - even at half the price... but going by some of feedback they're not at all bad.

HOT


I guess this is how the Michelin man concept first came about...

:whistling:
#22
I was sceptical at first. Came off a pair of conti road attack and these are comparable but for half the cost. Very happy with my purchase
#23
slimy31
I really hope you have a zero missing in both mileages, even riding them hard you shouldn't be chewing through any tyres that quick. It does suggest that you are spending more time with the rear wheel spinning than actually attached to the road.

Tongue spinning more like it.

This site does seem to attract an element of the small brain / big ego section of society. You have to read the bicycle related posts to see some of the best weirdos we share the planet with!
#24
scottscotland
i tryed them on my 1000cc sportsbike and they dont last long got 200 miles out the back one i get 1000 out my bridgstones.(i do ride my bike hard)

Hero? / Plonker? Let the world decide.

Didn't do too well in the English test either (counted 12 errors in that short post!).
#25
I'll go with plonker.......
I'd be interested to hear what 1000cc sportsbike he's put these boots on.... because these sport/touring tyres are certainly not the sort of tyres i'd put on an R1 or a Gixxer thou.
But there's nothing like a thread about motorcycles to bring out the bulls*****s.
#26
Great price! Wish I'd known about these last week before I spent £160 on a pair of ContiMotion (which were a step down from the £200+ PR2's I had on)

Half price bike tyres! Fantastic!
#27
SilverBandit
Great price! Wish I'd known about these last week before I spent £160 on a pair of ContiMotion (which were a step down from the £200+ PR2's I had on)

Half price bike tyres! Fantastic!


You should use 'The Suzuki Bandit Forum' that i use.
There's been a lot of talk about this rubber on there.
#28
Biker Jeff;5774295
You should use 'The Suzuki Bandit Forum' that i use.
There's been a lot of talk about this rubber on there.


lol - it's an old handle and avatar - I ride an FJR now. Cheers!
#29
SilverBandit
lol - it's an old handle and avatar - I ride an FJR now. Cheers!


Ah I see....
I bought the 13 when it first came out in 2000...... nice bike but not got it anymore.
#30
Biker Jeff
I'll go with plonker.......
I'd be interested to hear what 1000cc sportsbike he's put these boots on.... because these sport/touring tyres are certainly not the sort of tyres i'd put on an R1 or a Gixxer thou.
But there's nothing like a thread about motorcycles to bring out the bulls*****s.

Probably a virtual bike on his Playstation. School holidays starting!
#31
msharif911
I guess this is how the Michelin man concept first came about...

:whistling:



excellent :-D
#32
yes i do do some rolling burn out and the bike i had them on was my thunderace
and yes i did race bikes when i was younger (rgv250 at knockhill )
the tyres do have lots of grip but as i live in cumbernauld loads of roundabouts the tyres do take a real kicking. there was loads of tread on the center but the edges went very fast ,love the way you all have a go at me if i rode like a girl i wold get good miles from my tyres
lets face it most guys buy a bike cant ride them ,
they just potter round trying to look good.
or try try to ride it and die .
10 guys dead in scotland this year 6 were inesperanced sports bike riders with less that 2 years riding on a full licence ,
i think evrey biker who buys a sports bike should do a track training day it may save there life.
you can get a pair of METZELER RENNSPORT for £100 on ebay.
#33
scottscotland
yes i do do some rolling burn out and the bike i had them on was my thunderace
and yes i did race bikes when i was younger (rgv250 at knockhill )
the tyres do have lots of grip but as i live in cumbernauld loads of roundabouts the tyres do take a real kicking. there was loads of tread on the center but the edges went very fast ,love the way you all have a go at me if i rode like a girl i wold get good miles from my tyres
lets face it most guys buy a bike cant ride them ,
they just potter round trying to look good.
or try try to ride it and die .
10 guys dead in scotland this year 6 were inesperanced sports bike riders with less that 2 years riding on a full licence ,
i think evrey biker who buys a sports bike should do a track training day it may save there life.
you can get a pair of METZELER RENNSPORT for £100 on ebay.


Well i'm sure that you are such a riding god that you can obliterate only the edges of tyres in 200 miles. The fact that you can do this on a Thunderace, which is a positive dinosaur compared to modern sports tackle, only makes your riding prowess even more spectacularly awesome.
If Valentino Rossi himself were posting on HUKD I could not be more impressed.
#34
read the std spec of a thunderace please .
its 145bhp
0-60 2.4 secs
0-100 6 secs
0-100 and back to 0 10secs
and loads of torque.
#35
Its an old school tub of lard compared to todays stuff.
And the fact that you reckon you can destroy ONLY the edges of a tyre on this 90's wannabe sportsbike in 200 miles is the funniest thing i've read on here in months.
#36
I was recently looking for a new set of rubber for my Aprilia Futura (sports tourer) and had narrowed it down to either the Bridgestone BT021's or the Michelin dual compounds (over £200 pair).

However, i noticed the Maxxis at £110 pair and read the reviews. My local tyre fitter said he had had loads of ppl buying the Maxxis, even R1 and Gixer 1000 owners and all were very pleased with them.

So I went for the Maxxis and although ive only done a couple of hundred miles, I am very impressed. They get heat in them very quickly and have excellent grip ( i have to confess ive not done any wet weather riding as yet tho). They may not last quite as long as the Michelins but at less than half the price I really dont care. Highly recommended!
#37
Biker Jeff
Its an old school tub of lard compared to todays stuff.
And the fact that you reckon you can destroy ONLY the edges of a tyre on this 90's wannabe sportsbike in 200 miles is the funniest thing i've read on here in months.


I'm in no-way sticking up for Scot(insert insult)scotland, but the Thunderace is no slouch. Certainly not a 'wannabe'. Though a little fat by todays standards, if de-restricted and well ridden it will basically keep up with anything
#38
Stainy
I'm in no-way sticking up for Scot(insert insult)scotland, but the Thunderace is no slouch. Certainly not a 'wannabe'. Though a little fat by todays standards, if de-restricted and well ridden it will basically keep up with anything


The thing had power granted, but it was even considered a lardy in its day. Hence why it never sold well.
The fact that Scotland reckons he can use this old school tool and burn out only the edges of a tyre in 200 miles, a tyre that is deseigned as a sports/tourer tyre, is an utter joke.
#39
No argument from me about Mr Scotland and his dreams:roll:
banned#40
scottscotland
read the std spec of a thunderace please .
its 145bhp
0-60 2.4 secs
0-100 6 secs
0-100 and back to 0 10secs
and loads of torque.


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