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Maxxis was founded in Taiwan in 1967 and has grown to be one of the largest and most respected tire companies in the world. Maxxis ATV Tires are known and trusted by riders everywhere for their high quality and performance. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has several Maxxis tires to choose from in a variety of sizes and price ranges. If you’re looking for a tire that will provide a smooth ride on all types of terrain, check out the Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 Radial ATV Tire we have for sale. For superior traction and precise handling, the Maxis Razr XM ATV Tire can’t be beat.
The best thing about shopping for ATV tires at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is our ATV Tire and Wheel Package Builder. In addition to saving you up to 56% on Maxxis Tires and ATV wheels, you get two tires mounted to two wheels by a trained professional, free of charge. You’ll also receive two free valve stems and free ground shipping with any package. ATV riders across the globe continue to shop at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com because they know we have the biggest selection, lowest prices and fastest shipping on all tires, including Maxxis ATV tires that are built to last.
Nathan in MN
I was skeptical at first as I had ITP MudLite XTRs in the past but everyone I talked to about the Bighorns was right. These are Awesome all around traction skins and are better on ice and trails than the XTR's ever were. I haven't had them in deep mud yet but don't really ride the mud anymore, it wrecks everything. If you want great traction and an ultra smooth ride, this is your tire!Read All Reviews
Chris in AZ
I bought a set of Vipers to replace my Maxxis Bighorns on the front of my T2 and although they're a little more expensive, I can't say they demonstrate any clear advantage over the stock rubber. They've earned their keep however, when I've(accidentally) hit boulders a few times at speeds that would probably have punctured cheaper tires. I like 'em, but will probably go with DOT tires when they wear out.Read All Reviews