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MAXXIS - Hookworm BMX Drahtperlen-Drahtreifen | für Straße, Park, Vert, Flatland | 20 Zoll, 24, 26 oder 29 Größen

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These are hands down the best tyres for bmx. They have amazing grip on skateparks and on dirt, and last for ages. 100% would recommend.” TPI or Threads Per Inch is another way of referring to the carcass of the tyre. The carcass is ultimately what gives the tyre its strength, shape and to a small degree the weight of the tyre. And here is why… When it comes to the width of your tyre choice. Whilst Maxxis makes every effort to ensure our tyre sizes are accurate, however, these will change depending on the internal rim diameter of your wheel.

Choosing the right level bike for your riding ability is important. Components that are not suitable for your level of riding can wear or fail much sooner than expected. Although BMX bikes can look very similar, under the surface components and materials used can vary greatly. These tyres are designed for taking your BMX through the full gauntlet of urban cycling, park riding, and commuting - even for cargo bikes, etc. and can take an enormous amount of abuse. The bead-to-bead tread provides resilience and traction also when dropping staircases or grinding rails. Fast and Gripping

This is a great tyre for urban environments but also perfect on flatland and ramps. With an iconic knurled tread pattern with siping, the Maxxis Hookworm is a must for serious freestyle riders and allows for amazing straight-line performance and cornering control. Thanks to its high pressure rating at 110 PSI and it’s huge air volume, it also rolls fast and reduces the risk of pinch flats. Smooth Rides Without Flats The bead of the tyre is ultimately what ensures your tyre does not come off the rim whilst riding. The bead will clinch into the rim, ensuring the tyre stays on your rim. It does this by sitting in the recess of your rim that the wheel manufacture will have already produced. Choosing the correct bike for your discipline is extremely important, and sometimes for those new to the sport it can be difficult to know or decide, so we’ve broken down the main differences to help you make a decision.

Maxxis produces three different types of mountain bike tyres, which although look the same and attach to the rim in the same way. These options are best used in to correct application they were designed for. How do you know the difference? One of our most frequently asked questions in freestyle is, which rear hub do I want, a freecoaster or a cassette? Most experienced riders know their preference, but if you’re new to the sport it can be difficult to know which choice to make. Keeping in mind I'm a recreational rider, not even close to competitive. But I've been riding my whole life, both street motorcycles and dirt bikes, and bicycles both on and off road. So consider the source. Lots of experience, but I'm no tire shredding bad ass. or Triple compound – This is Maxxis’ highest level of compound technology, and is reversed for our performance tyres. The tyre now has the three different types of compounds. Built upon a base layer compound, a second layer covering the shoulders and a middle center layer. This gives the tyre even more when grip compared to our dual compound models. All of our tyres have a recommended minimum and maximum tyre pressure embossed on the side. These recommended minimums and maximum are there for your safety, and we strongly advise that you do not go under or over these pressure. Finding your right tyre pressure can take a little bit of time to get right, but we recommend starting off somewhere near the maximum and letting out 5-10 psi until you feel comfortable.Clincher tyres – They have a bead that allows the tyre to clinch to the rim of your wheel. These types of tyres require an inner tube to keep the air pressure contained within the tyre. Race bikes feature 20-inch wheels on all models, but the components and frame are sized dependent on age and height. Youth race bikes start from a Micro size for very young riders and offer a range of sizes through to expert XL. Pro size and upwards are considered adult bikes and are usually offered up to a Pro XXXL or larger for very tall riders. They grip very well, even at speed through sandy corners in the street. Brake slides are smooth and easy to control. Low speed balance is much easier than with knobs, as the tread is almost perfectly circular instead of notched with gaps between the knobs. Single – The same single compound is used throughout the whole manufacturing process to produce a tyre that stays consistent no matter what of condition you ride in.

Below are a few things that you might want to know to help you make the best choice when it comes to buying the right tyre. Bead Choosing the correct size BMX bike is very important, bikes that are too large will be cumbersome and hard to manoeuvre and bikes that are too small can feel cramped and hard to keep under control. I think the price could be lower for what is basically a less beefy moped tire, which only cost about 30 dollars themselves. The compound or rubber of your Maxxis tyres differs depending on the type of use the tyre is intend for. For example, if your using your bike for leisure or training, then you want a harder wearing compound. But if your racing, you will want performance that is available straight away and be committed to changing your tyre more often, due to the softer nature of the rubber.

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I've been riding a 7" FR bike with a 1x9 drive, commuting a couple of miles to campus and to goof around between classes. I had WTB Dissent 26x2.5 @ 55 psi on before, and would be really pushing to spin up to my 4th gear on the streets, because of how badly they rolled. With these Hookworm 26x2.5 @ 55 psi, I'm consistently spinning in 5th or 6th gear, no problems. UST tyres – UST or Universal Standard Tubeless tyres are in most ways, the same as a tubeless tyre, but with two key differences. Firstly, the bead is more squared shaped, to provide a much tighter, snug fit when used with a UST compatible rim. The changed profile of the bead, give the tyre a tighter fit, and helps remove the issue of ‘burping’. Secondly, the tyre is made with a much more rigid sidewall, which means there is little to no expansion or compression when the tyre is inflated. Tread Pattern Tubeless tyres – Tubeless mountain bike tyres are made up of a clincher tyre that has an additional butyl liner moulded into the tyre. And therefore uses a sealant product to retain the air once a foreign object punctures a hole in the tyre, instead of relying on an inner tube. Is can help save weight, and provides a more natural ride. As the friction between the inner tube and tyre has been removed. Finance is subject to application, financial circumstances and borrowing history. Performance Cycling Limited FRN: 720557 trading as Tredz are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. We are a credit broker not a lender – credit is subject to status and affordability and is provided by Mitsubishi HC Capital UK PLC. Terms & Conditions Apply. Youth freestyle bikes are sized depending on the diameter of the wheel staring at 12” all the way through to 18”, at a 20” wheel the bike is considered an adult size. Adult freestyle bikes are sized on top tube length, a 18.5” top tube is extra small for younger teenagers who have just moved up to an adult bike, a 20” top tube is small, 20.5” a medium and anything over a 21” is considered large.

We recommend consulting our height charts from the link below to help you choose your perfect sized bike:

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