Maxxis M7311 Maxxcross SI

    Ranking: #1 Dirt Bike Offroad Tire

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    Tire/Tyre Description

    Developed and tested at the Grand National Cross Country Series, the SI’s race-proven tire compound delivers excellent traction in soft/intermediate conditions. Its anti-flex knob bridges on side lugs offer solid straight-line stability. It also features an enhanced grip to allow for aggressive cornering. The SI is proof that Maxxis is taking performance to the next level.

    Race-proven rubber compound delivers excellent traction in soft/intermediate conditions. Anti-flex knob bridges on side lugs offer solid straight-line stability and enhance grip for aggressive cornering. Developed during Grand National Cross Country series. New for intermediate, soft, and mud terrain.

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    Pros

    • Handling in slick conditions
    Cons

    • Possible chunking

    Overall Tire/Tyre Review

    The Maxxis Maxxcross SI M7311/M7312 is praised for its overall handling but especially slick conditions. One reviewer prefers the Maxxis Maxxcross SI over the Michelin S-12. One reviewer reports of chunking on the front.

    Reviews by Source

    www.rockymountainatvmc.com

    32 reviews. 4.5 of 5 stars. One reviewer says the tire hooks up great in the turns, no more problems washing out the front. Another says the front chunked a side knob after one hare scramble, torn all the way to the inner casing, tire did not blow. On a KDX 200 – eastern woods riding, rocks, roots, mud, grips in all conditions, great wear, no chunking. Another says excellent tire, feels very well planted, responds well to steering inputs, great at changing line mid-corner, givs up a litte traction on hard pack.

    www.bikebandit.com M7311

    5 reviews. 5 of 5 stars. One rider says the tires handled well in mud and slick hard areas, rode well in dry dusty areas as well. Another had used Michelins (chunking knobs) and Dunlop 756 (skittish front), the M7311 is by far the best, front end now sticks like velcro, front not knifing around like the Dunlop. Another was running Michelin S-12s and kept chunking in soft soil, Maxxis stays planted and hooks up in slick sections.

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