Extramaxx by Maxxis Tyres has been developed with strong aramid fibre construction and dual compund technology and will support better handling as well as speed stability in Honda Hornet 2.0
Maxxis India has announced an association with Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India for Hornet 2.0. Tge bew BS6 compliant bike from HMSI will be fitted with Maxxis tyres – Front: 110/70-17 M6233 and Rear: 140/70-17 M6234.
The Extramaxx tyre has been built using the aramid fibre, leading to better control and minimises the chances of punctures. Its dual compound composition minimises rolling resistance while improving stability and tyre life. The unique ‘carcass breaker’ structure of Extramaxx makes it two times stronger than an ordinary tyre, claims the company.
The side compound on the rear tyre provides higher traction and better control during cornering. The super wide and flatter tyre profile provides a larger contact patch, better grip, and handling at high speeds.
Bing-Lin Wu, Marketing Head, Maxxis India, said extramaxx tyres will further elevate rider’s experience of driving the new bike with utmost safety and comfort.