Is Minion DHF good?
Is Minion DHF good?
Bike Mag’s thoughts – “The Minion DHF is a very good tire. While the High Roller II’s shoulder knobs do a better job of hooking up in loose and dry soil and offers a bit more braking traction, the Minion DHF is a better all-rounder—a bit more predictable while cornering and a bit lighter on its feet, so to speak.
What does Minion DHF stand for?
Downhill Front or Freeride
What’s the difference between Maxxis Minion DHF and DHR II? Depending on who you ask, DHF either stands for Downhill Front or Freeride and DHR for Downhill Rear or Race. Regardless of the naming convention, people have been running these tires both in the front and in the back of their bikes.
What rolls better DHR or DHF?
Most of the guys said DHF while a few said DHR II, but their reasons for choosing either was very much the same. That being said, it always comes down to rider preference because there really isn’t one person that is right. Many of the guys said DHF because it rolls faster and provides more cornering grip.
Can you use a DHF on the rear?
The DHF also makes an excellent option for a rear tire, with its balanced driving, braking, and cornering traction—but I personally prefer the Maxxis Aggressor ($47.99 on Competitive Cyclist).
Can I use Minion DHF on rear?
Though the Maxxis Minion DHF is intended to be run on the front of a bike, it’s a well-rounded tire that is still plenty effective on the rear so long as you aren’t hoping to make it up steep, loose climbs.
Can you put Maxxis DHF on the rear?
Is DMR part of DHF?
The difference between the DHF and the DMR is in that first letter – design vs. device. The DHF is focused on the history of the design and ensuring it was done according to the FDA regulations. The DMR is focused on the device and ensuring you have all of the necessary items to build, test, package, and service it.
When should I replace my Minion DHR?
They need replacing when you are aren’t getting the performance out of them that you need/want. For instance, depending on the terrain you ride and how aggressive you are, you might be okay with the centre knobs wearing down on the rear tire, such as all lift access downhill with no climbing, or dirt jumping.
Is Minion DHF good for rear?
Its open tread design also helps it shed mud well, even though it’s a great dry condition tire as well. Though the Maxxis Minion DHF is intended to be run on the front of a bike, it’s a well-rounded tire that is still plenty effective on the rear so long as you aren’t hoping to make it up steep, loose climbs.
Is DHF part of DMR?