A Rear-Specific Tire for Big Mountain Terrain
The Minion DHR II was designed as a rear tire to compliment the Minion DHF.
With side knobs borrowed from the legendary Minion DHF, but widened to provide more support, the DHR II corners like no other.
The center tread features ramped leading edges to improve acceleration and sipes to create a smooth transition when leaning the bike. Paddle-like knobs on the center tread dig in under hard braking and help keep the bike under control.
Pair it with a Minion DHF up front for the ultimate aggressive trail riding tire combo! The Minion DHF is available in trail, enduro, and downhill specs.
Ideal rear tire paired with the Minion DHF
Ramped, directional tread design
Dark Tan sidewalls
TR: tubeless ready
WT: Wide trail casing is optimized for 30-35mm inner width rims
EXO: Extremely cut-resistant and abrasion-resistant for exceptionally rocky, treacherous trails where the chance of sidewall cuts and abrasions is high.
Width: 2.4" and 2.6"
Weight: ~988g (2.4"), ~983 (2.6").
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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