Best MTB Street Tire | Maxxis Holy Roller Tires | Bicycle Warehouse PURE DH Wheels

Maxxis Holy Roller Tires | Bicycle Warehouse PURE DH Wheels
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Joey Welsh says:

Great content in your videos, Gene. I’m a recent subscriber and wishing you many more.

Only The Bold Project says:

I like those, they are similar to Kenda K-RAD tires. I like the Duro BermMasters!! The sidewall is a little stronger, which is awesome for berms and the tread is a little bit more aggressive. Other then that they are pretty much the same. Great video though!!! Live-Life-Loud!!

732 MTB says:

Yea Gene!!! Let’s go hit Cunningham Park!!

EvanR MTB says:

Nice video, I can’t wait to see this bike shred!

MTBdropIN says:

Holy Rollers, cool name, ha ha ha! Great vid, awesome thumbnail!!!

Stravaiging MTB says:

Secret Commuter ride?

pro mod steve says:

Awesome vid. Thank you, I only ride street and will look into these tires.

JakerMB says:

Woo hoo! I’m definitely buying these tires.

Carbonsnail says:

Thanks for the excellent tire description I was considering getting a pair of these for my XC hardtail and have now decided that they are not the correct tire for me, great video thanks for the upload.

MikeLikesTrails says:

I wonder how the cush cores would work with that setup

hornydancing says:

Can I have a question, please: Are the tires 2,40 wide? How high is the entire wheel with an inflated tire? Thanks a lot for your kind reply. Petr.

Mr Tonka says:

Build is looking great! I bet those tires are awesome for that bike’s purpose!

Doug DeGrave says:

Bought a pair about two years ago, I ride nearly every day, thrashing around on the streets and cruising dirt jumps. In that time I’ve been through 3 different bikes but kept the same set of tires. The tread was starting to look worn down but they worked just fine on the jumps but yesterday the sidewall on the back tire got a hernia and the tube popped out. When I tried to lower the pressure the tube popped. So now that I’m looking around for new tires, I realize there ain’t much out there to choose from. I would really like to shed some rotational weight as the Holy rollers are on the heavy side. In the interim I have a kenda 2.35 small block 8 up front and a 2.3 k-rad in the back. Both are brand new. And I hate them. They are just as heavy but have none of the confidence inspiring grip that the ‘rollers had.. Think I’m gonna go with a 2.4 ‘roller for the front and try a DTH 2.3 for the back. If I don’t like it I’ll just put the old but still working HR back on. Holy Rollers are the best.

Wombat Page says:

Really starting to look good dude.


Looking forward to seeing your review on the Holy Rollers! I’m looking to put them on a beach cruiser I have, just because I love Maxxis so much!

Steve Podraza says:

Nice review! I have a framed fat bike also!

Ricketygem 13 says:

I run closer to 60 psi when i Amsterdam riding street

JakerMB says:

Go Gene! I hope you remember me one day when you have millions of subscribers…. you are growing fast! Keep it up man!

RGCastro7 says:

I really like how this build is coming out, Gene! Really cool, man.

These are, like you show and mention in the video, the Holy Rollers, but your video is titled High Roller tires, which is another tire by Maxxis. If you have the chance, I’d recommend that you correct that title 😉

Cheers, Gene!

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