High Roller II Plus

    High Roller II Plus

    • Mud
    • Versatility

    The High Roller II Plus incorporates all of the high-traction, fast-rolling benefits of the High Roller II but as a plus sized tyre.

    • 3C Maxx Terra available
    • EXO protection
    • Grip on powder, soft dirt and mud
    • Fast rolling design
    • Great braking characteristics
    • Tubeless ready (TR)


    Performance Ratings

    Mud Grip

    Cornering Ability

    Rolling Resistance


    Puncture Resistance

    High Roller II Plus Tyre Test Results

    MB Action
    “The High Roller II Plus is an aggressive tread pattern that grips well on a wide variety of terrain. Our testers had no problem finding traction on climbs, descents or ripping through turns. At times, the tires seemed to have too much traction, which is why Maxxis suggests using its Rekon Plus tire in the rear for a faster rolling setup; however, some riders will find the High Roller IIs are the ultimate tire for enduro-style plus bikes. The High Roller IIs held their shape really well when riders pushed them hard into corners, and we felt confident in their ability to survive rough and rocky terrain. Riders looking for burly plus-size tires with endless amounts of traction and a fairly low weight penalty will find the Maxxis High Roller IIs are a great tool for the job.” – McCoy, MBAction.com

    High Roller II Plus Tyre: User Reviews

    Sometimes the best tyre reviews come from off-road cyclists just like you.

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, April 2020:
    “Much more grip. have not had any issues. Ridden over some pretty tough terrain and had no problems”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, November 2019:
    “The High roller is very good for what it is spec’ed for, mud throws off fairly well compared to other tyres I have used. Not so good on wet roots and wet clay compared to the Rekon”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, November 2019:
    “I bought this tyre for the winter. I originally had Maxxis Rekon on the rear and a high roller 2 on the front which was fine for the summer. i wanted a tyre with an aggressive thread on the rear for the rain and mud in ireland during the autumn and winter. Completed a 40 km race with a number of drops and downhill parts the grip was excellent. I was alot more confident with the more aggressive thread in the mud. I was able to climb alot more effectively in the mud and wet than riders with less aggressive thread patterns. Very happy with the tyre.”

    Rider, ChainReactionCycles.com, June 2019:
    “Top drawer tyre which gives loads of confidence on all surfaces.”



    3C MaxxTerra

    An intermediate compound configuration used in select mountain tires. 3C MaxxTerra is softer and offers more traction than 3C MaxxSpeed, yet provides better treadwear and less rolling resistance than MaxxGrip.



    An extremely cut-resistant and abrasion-resistant material added to the sidewalls of select mountain tires. This densely woven fabric is also lightweight and highly flexible, ensuring that the performance of the tire remains unaffected. Choose EXO Protection for exceptionally rocky, treacherous trails where the chance of sidewall cuts and abrasions is high.


    Tubeless Ready

    Tubeless downhill set-ups are a great way to shave some weight and spend more time in the bike park or shuttling hot laps on your local runs. Sealant-compatible rubber is used with the familiar Maxxis dual-ply 60 TPI downhill construction and butyl insert for support and rim protection in order to offer the benefits of increased grip and reliability. A Tubeless Ready bead securely locks to the rim and the foldable bead provides additional weight savings.

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