Taiwanese tire brand Maxxix, through its official Philippine distributor AP Blue Whale Corporation, recently introduced its new line of products set to cater to the local motorcycle market. These are the M6161-W, MA-G1, MA-ST, and Extramaxx M6233/M6234.
According to Maxxis, these tires were made with the Philippine driving condition in mind. As such, the brand boasts the all-weather capability and durability of each tire model. Moreover, these 5 new tires were created to cater specific Philippine motorcycle segment. From small scooters to business bikes, to sports bikes, Maxxis has them all covered.
The M6161-W, which was launched in the country last March, leads the pack with its directional tread pattern for greater maneuverability on both wet and dry roads. The Maxxix M6161-W can be fitted on underbone motorcycles such as the Honda XRM, Suzuki Smash, Kawasaki Fury, Yamaha Force, Kymco Visar, and the likes.
Next are the all-new Maxxis MA-G1 and MA-ST, with the latter being the successor of the tried and true MA-F1 tire. These tires are ideal for scooter enthusiasts, and meet the needs of both urban and sports riders. Best part about these scooter tires is that they’re made using a special rubber compound that enable provide the rider with strong pull and grip when attacking corners. These also have unique tread patterns that up the safety and stability during high-speed rides. Riders of small scooters the Yamaha MIO and Honda Beat can benefit from the MA-G1, while those who ride bigger scooters like the Yamaha XMAX can trust on the MA-ST’s capabilities.
The Extramaxx M6233 and M6234 are the tires motorcycle sports challengers need to own the race track and highways. Thanks to the modified solution-styrene butadiene rubber (S-SBR) which these tires are made of, riders of powerful big bikes can utilize the full potential of their machines on the racetrack with the full confidence of superb grip, control, and stability. Yamaha R6, Kawasaki Ninja, Suzuki GSXR, and all other riders of these types of bikes… rejoice (and race on the track, not on the street, of course).