Tag: ATV tyres

Maxxis tyres ready for turf, trench or rough terrain applications

Maxxis tyres ready for turf, trench or rough terrain applications

9th January 2019 | 0 Comments

Maxxis describes itself as one of the top three manufacturers of quality tyres for the amenity market, including agricultural applications, such as specialist turf tyres, 4x4, ATV and high-speed trailer products.

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Power of WildCat XX extreme off-road racer harnessed by CST Behemoth tyre

Power of WildCat XX extreme off-road racer harnessed by CST Behemoth tyre

9th October 2018 | 0 Comments

Textron’s new Wildcat XX will roll on CST Behemoth tyres, the latest addition to the manufacturer’s off-road portfolio. Designed in collaboration with racing legend Robby Gordon, the Wildcat XX is a 1000cc off-road racer with features to conquer rocks, ruts or ravines. The Wildcat XX needed a tyre to match its all-round capabilities, and that is why Textron turned to the Behemoth, CST states.

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Maxxis: size matters most in ATV sector

Maxxis: size matters most in ATV sector

8th October 2018 | 0 Comments

Maxxis’ original equipment portfolio in the all-terrain vehicle sector gives the manufacturer some authority when it comes to the ATV tyre market. The company says it is “in a perfect position to monitor and react” to trends in the “growing” segment.

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Maxxis reasserts turf, trench and rough terrain speciality

Maxxis reasserts turf, trench and rough terrain speciality

4th July 2018 | 0 Comments

While Maxxis’ most recent launch indicates its increasing focus on high performance car tyres, the manufacturer continues to pride itself on its position in the specialist all-terrain market, providing solutions for a wide variety of turf, 4x4 and ATV vehicles. Maxxis states that all of its speciality range is hard wearing with high levels of grip, making it a popular choice for councils and contractors demanding value for money.

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CST launches two new ATV tyres in UK

25th January 2018 | 0 Comments

CST is expanding its UK ATV tyre portfolio with the addition of the Stag and Behemoth. The launch of the Stag and Behemoth ranges coincides with the hopeful anticipation of warmer, dryer weather conditions bought about by the British summer. Whilst the Stag is an all-weather, all-conditions tyre that offers fantastic year-round performance, the Behemoth has been designed with dryer conditions in mind and is classed as an intermediate ATV tyre, designed to conquer any trail in woodlands or desert environments.

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Kumho tyres help seal FIA Autocross class for second consecutive year

Kumho tyres help seal FIA Autocross class for second consecutive year

1st November 2016 | 0 Comments

An Autocross Championship class has been won for the second consecutive year on Kumho rubber, after Frenchman Florent Tafani brought his Peters Suzuki home ahead of 38 fellow competitors at his home circuit of Saint-Igny-De-Vers. The victory clinched the Buggy 1600cc class of the 2016 FIA Autocross Championship, completing three victories and eight podiums in the nine-round series. Tafani, who finished a frustrated runner-up in the same category last season, stuck with the soft compound K33 Kumho R800 tyres throughout the final weekend, re-cutting them when rain began to affect the mix of rough and muddy terrain.

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KRT launches new Kingstone industrial and speciality ranges

KRT launches new Kingstone industrial and speciality ranges

22nd June 2016 | 0 Comments

Tyre wholesaler Kings Road Tyres (KRT) has invested in a major expansion of its Kingstone range to include over 60 new lines for ATV, turf, horticultural, agricultural, light materials handling and high speed trailer tyre applications. In addition, the new products are supported by a range of EU-manufactured tubes. According to the company, the investment represents the most significant expansion of the brand since it was first introduced in 1987, with the new lines joining the company’s existing range of Kingstone tubes and flaps.

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