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Jeff Kendall-Weed has had a long relationship with WTB and has spent a lot of time testing those tires and giving his feedback on the best options from them. But, the Maxxis fan club is real, and the requests for Jeff to try them out have finally been answered! Head into this article and watch the video to see what Jeff thinks of these fan favorite tires and his thoughts on how they compare to the competition from WTB.
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I’ve been riding Maxxis tires on a few of my mountain bikes for three months now, and in a pretty good variety of trail conditions, which lead me to posting this review. I used to work at Wilderness Trail Bikes, also referred to as WTB, and still enjoy many of their tires. However, Maxxis has the largest share of the bicycle market, and their tires are much more common in the field. Since I’m not officially affiliated with WTB, this has been a great chance to spend some time sampling some of the best tires from Maxxis.
// Jeff Kendall-Weed
Still not sure which Maxxis MTB tire is right for you? Don't worry, we've got you covered! Click the link to head on over to our comprehensive Maxxis MTB Tire Guide where you can learn all about their compounds, sidewalls, tread patterns, and which tires are best suited to your style of riding and trail conditions.