High Road Gen 1

    High Road Gen 1

    • Race

    The Maxxis High Road features our HYPR rubber compound which reduces rolling resistance without sacrificing traction.

    • HYPR compound
    • 120 TPI or 170 TPI casing options
    • K2 puncture protection beneath tread
    • Clincher, tubeless ready, or tubular construction options, confirm in table below

    Category: Road

    Recommended use: Race

    Recommended installation: Front and Rear

    Specs

    Part #
    Size
    Etrto
    Tpi
    Bead
    Weight (g)
    Compound
    Max Psi
    Tech
    Color
    Application
    700
    700X25C
    TB00109100
    700X25C
    25-622
    120
    FOLDABLE
    210
    HYPR
    120
    HYPR/K2
    Black
    ROAD
    700X25
    TB00140000
    700X25
    25-622
    170
    CARBON
    290
    HYPR
    125
    HYPR/ONE70/K2/TR
    Black
    ROAD
    700X28
    TB00193900
    700X28
    28-622
    170
    CARBON
    317
    HYPR
    115
    HYPR/ONE70/K2/TR
    Black
    ROAD
    700X28
    TB00194200
    700X28
    28-622
    170
    FOLDABLE
    240
    HYPR
    115
    HYPR/K2
    Black
    ROAD
    700X23
    TB00243000
    700X23
    23-622
    120
    FOLDABLE
    214
    HYPR
    130
    HYPR/ONE70/K2
    Black
    ROAD
    Available Technologies

    Available Technologies

    Tubeless Ready

    Tubeless Ready Maxxis Shorty bicycle tire.

    K2

    Available in select tires, this Maxxis-exclusive fabric provides greater puncture protection than aramid. The addition of this lightweight and supple material ensures that ride quality and performance remain unsurpassed.

    Diagram of K2 bicycle tire protection

    HYPR Compound

    HYPR is a full-silica compound and our best-performing compound to date. Compared to our previous road racing compound, HYPR has 16% less rolling resistance with 23% better grip in wet conditions. Impressively, HYPR decreases rolling resistance and increases traction, all while keeping durability equal to our previous rubber compounds.

    Maxxis HYPR bicycle tire compound logo.

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