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Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire

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The new Crossmark offers a nearly continuous center ridge for low rolling resistance on hardpack, with enough spacing to grab wet rocks or roots. Slightly raised side knobs add cornering grip.
  • Foldable casing
  • Just 570g (standard) ; 530g (eXCeption compound)
  • Designed by Maxxis with the help of World Champion Christoph Sauser
  • Recommended by Jenson USA for riders seeking a lightweight XC Tire
  • Ideal for XC Racing and fast training
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Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire
 
3.8

(based on 12 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fast rolling (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Decently fast and lightweight

      I've used this as a rear tire only, and I can't imagine it being a very good front tire. In the rear, though, I am fairly happy with it. The tread design...Read complete review

      I've used this as a rear tire only, and I can't imagine it being a very good front tire. In the rear, though, I am fairly happy with it. The tread design makes the tire a fast roller, especially on the road when commuting to the trail. On the trail, it has good grip on hardpack and in slightly loose conditions. I had some trouble with the tire unpredictably losing traction in turns, but dropping a few PSI helped alleviate this. Overall, I was happy with this tire, but would have preffered a little better cornering grip.

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      There nothing flash but decent

      These don't seem to like the loose stuff much and the rear has worn quite fast. I wouldn't say there good or bad but i've ridden them on all kinds of terrain and they...Read complete review

      These don't seem to like the loose stuff much and the rear has worn quite fast. I wouldn't say there good or bad but i've ridden them on all kinds of terrain and they hold up to a decent standard on all of them.

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      4.0

      Fast with good volume

      By nighthawk

      from Boulder, CO

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Fast Rolling
      • Traction

      Cons

      • Traction

      Best Uses

      • Dj And Pump Track
      • Rear tire
      • XC

      Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

      Picked up a 2.25 for the front of my pump track/old man dirt jump bike. Good blend of high-ish volume, fast rolling, and reasonable traction. Not going to a good front tire in chunky/rooty/muddy/loose terrain, but for hardpack it's solid. If using it for XC I would probably only run on the rear.

       
      5.0

      Fantastic East Coast X Country Tire

      By Brantoken

      from Atlanta Ga

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Carves Great
      • Long Lasting
      • Low Rolling Resistance
      • Predictable Cornering
      • Reasonable weight
      • Round Profile

      Cons

      • Not A Downhill Tire
      • Not A Free Ride Tire
      • Not For Deep Mud

      Best Uses

      • Cross country
      • General Riding

      Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

      I have been using this tire for the last 6 years. It rolls fast and carves over the rough stuff. Notable this is not a down hill tire. It weighs more than a racing slick, but I find myself going faster due to it's great cornering ablility( slicks suck at cornering) Maxxis Is located in Atlanta and this tire work fantastic for what we ride here. All my dirt bikes are outfitted with this tire. It is all I ride. I have tried many tires different for the conditions here, this is unquesstionably the best As far as the conplaints below, I have no idea what conditions exist in california or how these folks inflate their tires or ride for that matter.
      Get them, they are great and it even works better in 29" and tubeless. I can't saay enough good things.

       
      4.0

      Faster than you think

      By Old racer Jim

      from Escondido, CA

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Decent traction
      • Fast Rolling
      • Predictable
      • very long lasting

      Cons

      • Slightly heavy
      • Traction Good Not Great

      Best Uses

      • Hardpack Loose Over Hard

      Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

      I'm old, and need every bit of help I can get. These tires are pretty easy to pedal and roll well- that's why I like them. They are hard to wear out. They have become fairly expensive recently, but so have most other tires. Ultimate traction is not their strength, but I find them to be fairly grippy and predictable. Unless you get the Exception series, They are a bit on the heavy side.

       
      5.0

      excellent tire

      By Eduardo

      from São Paulo, Brasil

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Excelent Slots

      Cons

      • Nothing

      Best Uses

      • Trails And Asphalt

      Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

      great tire. Maxxis as always with a great quality and outstanding performance.

      (0 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      If you treasure your life stay away!!!

      By Teufelhuenden

      from Murrieta, CA

      Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

      Okay...been riding bikes for over 30 years...20 on a road bike and 10 on a mountain. I ride between 1 and 2k miles per year so I'm no slouch. I have bought tons of tires and won't go into every brand I have tried. I was having problems almost from the beginning with this tire. The rear slips out while braking and cornering. Put it this way...if you like to have a tire that has no grip in corners or on downhills this is the tire for you.

      In other words, if you ride only on fire roads and pavement...buy this tire. For everyone else forget it. I literally almost died using this tire. Crashed so hard woke up in hospital, 3 broken vertebrae, clavicle demolished (was reconstructed with metal plate) and two massive blood clots in ICU. Thanks Maxxis. Not for nothing folks...but I wouldn't recommend this tire to my worst enemy. Not that I have any strong opinions about it!!!

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Decently fast and lightweight

      By cm

      from Florida

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Decent traction
      • Fast
      • Light

      Cons

      • Could be grippier

      Best Uses

        Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

        I've used this as a rear tire only, and I can't imagine it being a very good front tire. In the rear, though, I am fairly happy with it. The tread design makes the tire a fast roller, especially on the road when commuting to the trail. On the trail, it has good grip on hardpack and in slightly loose conditions. I had some trouble with the tire unpredictably losing traction in turns, but dropping a few PSI helped alleviate this. Overall, I was happy with this tire, but would have preffered a little better cornering grip.

         
        3.0

        There nothing flash but decent

        By Matt

        from Brisbane, Australia

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Decent on all surfaces

        Cons

        • Wear a little quick

        Best Uses

          Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

          These don't seem to like the loose stuff much and the rear has worn quite fast. I wouldn't say there good or bad but i've ridden them on all kinds of terrain and they hold up to a decent standard on all of them.

           
          4.0

          good tire!

          By Henrique Torres

          from Brazil

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Fast
          • Great roll
          • Resistant

          Cons

          • Not very light

          Best Uses

          • Rear wheel
          • XC

          Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

          I used this tire for 1 year on my rear wheel. Muioto very good and reliable. Not recommend for use on the front wheel, especially on singletrack with gravel's.

           
          4.0

          Great Rear Tire

          By JNBM

          from Pasadena, CA

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Fast Rolling

          Cons

          • Wear quickly

          Best Uses

          • Cross country

          Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

          For the trails in the San Gabriel mountains and surrounding areas this works great as a rear tire. I have a burlier front tire but rarely notice the rear sliding out considerably more. It provides predictable traction and makes the steep climbs that seem to be at the start of most of my rides much easier. I also ride on streets often for a more fun commute or to get to trail heads without a car and I notice that the ride is quiet and smooth without giving up traction on the trials. I'm such a big fan I convinced my husband to switch his rear tire too and he is happy with the change as well.

          (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Used for general...

          By Mark

          from Marin, Usa

          Comments about Maxxis Crossmark 26" Tire:

          Used for general trail riding, this might be the worst tire I have ever used. Before getting this tire, I had not crashed on my local trail loops in almost four years. On the first three rides I crashed every time because the back-end (where mounted) let loose. I immediately replaced with a worn beater tire I had lying around and the back-end breakaway issue revolved itself.I then tried it as a rear tire on my jumping bike which mostly entails riding in straight lines except a few well packed and solid berms. Same issue with the back end letting loose.This tire is garbage. I've used it on loamy redwood forest soil, dry dusty clay, loose on hardpack, and decomposing granite trails. I am a huge Maxxis fan, but these are garbage if you lean your bike over. I have replaced it with a 2.2 Advantage which is light years better.

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