The first Bighorn to feature front directional tread, the Maxxis Bighorn 3.0 was designed for cross country and off-road racing with maneuverability and durability in mind. Though not as versatile as the 2.0, if control and steering precision are your priority the 3.0 will make you smile. Front and rear-specific tire models optimize traction and handling. The directional front tire maximizes steering performance. Six-ply-rated radial construction offers light weight, a smooth ride and toughness.

The new Bighorn 3.0 is available in sizes from 26x9R12 to 29x11R with prices starting at $207. Get them at your dealer or contact Tires – MAXXIS US


Since its founding more than 50 years ago, Maxxis International has been dedicated to making tires riders and drivers can trust for quality and performance.

Trust in Maxxis extends from average consumers to professional drivers and riders, who rely on Maxxis tires to win world and national championships, Olympic medals, and more.

Founded in Taiwan, Maxxis got its start by making bicycle tires, and soon expanded its offerings to include tires for auto, light truck, ATV, motorcycle, trailer, and more. Today, Maxxis distributes its products in more than 180 countries and has operations in Asia, North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Australia, employing more than 30,000 people. Maxxis’ ability to serve customers around the world is rooted in its manufacturing capacity, which includes facilities in Taiwan, China, Thailand, Vietnam, and India. Maxxis opened its first distribution facility in North America in 1985, and today has more than half a million square feet of warehouse space across the U.S., located in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, and Indianapolis.

Those Maxxis distribution centers house some of the finest tires on the market, using the latest technology.

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