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Maxxis Ignitor Folding 29x2.1 Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 MAXI98 291
PRICE POINT:
$49.98
MSRP:
$61.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Maxxis Ignitor Folding 29x2.1 Tire

The Ignitor tread pattern was designed for the most discerning professional racers and already has laid claim to multiple World Cup victories. The well-spaced tread pattern fills in nicely to provide low rolling resistance in the straights, while the ramped pentagonal knobs provide excellent traction in the corners and in medium soil.

  • Designed to roll fast and hook up in medium to loose conditions
  • Excellent multi-condition performance
  • Long lasting 70a durometer tread

We also carry a large selection of 27.5 inch/650b tires.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

29 x 2.1

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

60

Compound

Single

Rec. PSI

35 - 65

Bead

Folding

Claimed Weight

625g

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Q: Need a 29'er tire. I would like to know exactly which tire this is. I suppose it would be the folding bead 60tpi but the weights do not match Maxxis website. The Maxxis website does not show a Ignitor 625g version. Is the folding bead tire tubeless ready? The Maxxis website shows distinct items, one is either folding bead or tubeless ready. Would this folding version tire work with Stans kit on my Trek wheel, I am running a Schwalbe Racing Ralph now.

A: These are the 60tpi foldable version with single compound tread. The weight is an estimated weight from Maxxis. This tire is not tubeless ready or compatible.


   
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great all around tire - Jun 09, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
denver, CO

I have used these tires for several years, great all around tire front and back.

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Just what the Trail called for! - Jun 08, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Box Elder, SD

I've been using these tires in the Grand Junction Colorado area on some of the premier trails. These are excellent tires, good traction, good in the corners and outstanding on the uphill loose stuff. I am extremely pleased with the Maxxis line.

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Great intermediate tire! - Nov 22, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
SAN MARCOS, TX

I put this on my front to replace a crossmark and found a huge improvement in handling of rocky sections. Most people say they like this tire in the rear with a knobbier tire up front but I personally like running my SS with a crossmark in rear and this up front. Fast rolling but good cornering. May not be the best for real loose or muddy. I had it set up tubeless but that's up to you (not labeled as tubeless ready or anything).

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Good Rear Tire - Nov 02, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
ROCHESTER, NY

Bought this tire and didn't use if for about two years. Then I upgraded my Karate Monkey to a Salsa Spearfish and found that the Panaracer rampage didn't give me enough clearance so I set the Ignitor up tubeless and started rolling. Dramatically less rolling resistance than the bigger tires without loosing traction. I'll stick to a bigger tire in the front for turning, but keep this one in the back.

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The best tire. - May 30, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Cupertino, CA

This tire is amazing as a rear wheel. I use it on my Inferno 23 and it digs into mud but still flies through single track. I use it for everything due to it's versatility. The large knobs also give you a long tire life. It's really the perfect tire.

8 out of 8 people found this review helpful
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