Kyle Chaney and Cody Miller (Can-Am) rode their 35-in. Roxxzillas to first and second place in the Can Am UTV King of the Hammers.
Dustin “Battle Axe” Jones, whose passion for racing led him away from a career in mechanical engineering to a life winning in major series, including Best in the Desert, will ride for Maxxis in 2021.
Maxxis isn’t hiding its intention to go straight for the top of every off-road podium this year: the company has added UTV heavyweight Jeff Proctor and his Team Factory Honda to its sponsorship roster.
Maxxis is renewing its sponsorship of the Best in the Desert series for 2021 and will once again be the title sponsor of the Maxxis Triple Crown and the prestigious Maxxis Vegas to Reno.
In a move to further strengthen Maxxis’ global market presence, former Maxxis International President Dr. Wally Chen is leaving retirement to assume the chairmanship of the company.
Miller and Chaney were part of a Can Am sweep of the UTV podium and were among 33 drivers who finished the race out of 131 who started.
Fans of great tires and grueling desert races will have reason to smile in 2020, as a thrilling series partners with a company that offers tires for the full spectrum of desert racing.
When fans follow the action of SxS Sports and Monster Energy’s new series, Chasing the Triple, Maxxis tires will be along for every grueling mile of the journey.
CST’s sponsored riders Beau Baron and Brycen Neal are ready for the Pont de Vaux Maxxis Mondial du Quad, or Maxxis 12-Hour PVD Racing Endurance Moto.
Maxxis’ Rampage is an 8-ply-rated, light truck-inspired tire that has been engineered for performance in all-terrains, including desert, hard pack and intermediate.
The Ceros has a directional, smooth-rolling tread pattern that provides precision steering, straight-line stability at high speeds and predictable breaking.
Inspired by light truck tires, the Liberty has an eight-ply radial carcass with a tread design that allows for ultimate control for both on and off-road terrains.