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Maxxis Ikon Clincher Tyre 29x2.20" MPC black (2021)

ID: 1284093
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A real racing tyre for real racers. Large-volume, fast, with plenty of grip - the IKON delivers exemplary performance on a wide range of ground conditions, on hard to loose ground. The 3C and eXCeption versions are particularly convincing on rocks and roots, even when it is damp. For very rough, rocky terrain, the IKON 3C is also available in the EXO-Protection version, which provides reliable protection for the side walls with a small additional weight.

The MAXXIS PERFORMANCE COMPOUND is the all-round compound. This rubber compound also benefits from the development competence of the world's largest bicycle tyre manufacturer and convinces in daily use with its very long service life, grip and maximum reliability.

Intended use
E-bike approved
Without manufacturer's recommendation  
Wheel Size
615  g
Light puncture protection  
Tyre size (diameter x width): 29 x 2.20
Tyre Size ETRTO (Width x Diameter): 56 - 622
Design: Clincher tyre
Rubber Compound: MPC
thicker woven carcass: 60 tpi
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