Bike Tyres

Bike Tyres

Need new tyres for your bike? At Anaconda we stock a large range of tyres in different sizes and treads. Always check the diameter of your bicycle wheels before purchasing new tyres so you get the correct fitting tyre for your bike.

Choose from a range of different styles of tyres available at Anaconda, including everything from city cycling to serious off-roading or mountain biking. We have tyres for most types of bikes including folding bikes and children's bike in different diameters and widths.

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  • Maxxis Cross Mark Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Cross Mark Bike Tyre

    The CrossMark 510g is the dramatic evolution of the cross-country racing tyre. The near-continuous centre ridge flies on hard pack, yet has enough spacing to grab wet roots and rocks. The slightly raised ridge of side knobs offers cornering precision never before seen on a tyre this fast....

    Reg: $49.99


  • Maxxis Detonator Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Detonator Bike Tyre

    The Maxxis Detonator, with its dual compound tread pattern, provides a durable training tyre with a race pedigree, puncture protection and foldable bead. Softer silica compound on the outer edges allows for great traction. The Detonator is durable enough to provide plenty of winter miles, yet supple...

    Reg: $39.99


  • Maxxis Holy Roll Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Holy Roll Bike Tyre

    Maxxis' most versatile BMX tire - features a tightly spaced knob pattern. A unique design that rolls extremely well on pavement and still hooks up in hardpack conditions....

    Reg: $59.99


  • Bike Corp Metro Tyre

    Bike Corp Metro Tyre

    Ideal MTB tyre for use on sealed or non-sealed surfaces such as formed bicycle paths or trails. Smooth centre tread for low rolling resistance with knobby tread on the side for grip when cornering on softer surfaces....

    Reg: $29.99



  • Bike Corp BMX Tyre

    Bike Corp BMX Tyre

    This classic tread pattern tyre from Bike Corp features excellent grip, and is suitable for most small wheels.

    Reg: $19.99


  • Maxxis Crossmark 27.5 x 2.1 Folding Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Crossmark 27.5 x 2.1 Folding Bead Bike Tyre

    The CrossMark is the dramatic evolution of the cross country racing tire. The nearly continuous centre ridge flies on hardpack, yet has enough spacing to grab wet roots and rocks. The slightly raised ridge of side knobs offers cornering precision never before seen on a tire this fast.

    Reg: $59.99


  • Maxxis Crossmark 27.5 x 2.1 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Crossmark 27.5 x 2.1 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    The CrossMark is the dramatic evolution of the cross country racing tire. The nearly continuous centre ridge flies on hardpack, yet has enough spacing to grab wet roots and rocks. The slightly raised ridge of side knobs offers cornering precision never before seen on a tire this fast.

    Reg: $49.99


  • Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Folding Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Folding Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Folding Bead Bike Tyre. The Maxxis Ikon was developed for cross country racing on hardpack terrain. As you can expect, it is a light-weight, super-fast rolling tyre so you won't be giving any to the competition on the climbs or on long gruelling straights.

    Reg: $59.99



  • Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Ikon 27.5 x 2.2 Wire Bead Bike Tyre. The Maxxis Ikon was developed for cross country racing on hardpack terrain. As you can expect, it is a light-weight, super-fast rolling tyre so you won't be giving any to the competition on the climbs or on long gruelling straights.

    Reg: $49.99


  • Maxxis Ardent 27.5 x 2.25 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    Maxxis Ardent 27.5 x 2.25 Wire Bead Bike Tyre

    Tyre comes with a aggressive tread in high-volume casing, designed with great traction in mind. The Ardent doesn't forget the racer, with large block-style side knobs offering numerous edges for high-speed cornering. The centre tread, while ideal for braking and accelerating traction, also features ...

    Reg: $49.99


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Can I purchase bike tyres at Anaconda?

Yes, you can. Changing the tyres on your bike is reasonably simple and can be done by most people, even if you may have to check out a video online first! The main issue is to make sure that you get the right tyre for your particular bike, as sizes of bike wheels vary both in circumference (diameter) as well as width. Also, your tyre has an inner tube, so before you start to change your tyre, check that it is not simply a new inner tube that is required.

How do I know if I need a new bike tyre?

There are several tips you can follow to check your tyres, which may indicate that a new tyre is required:

1. Look out for several flat tyres in a short period of time. Getting a flat tyre every once in a while is a part of riding a road bike. Getting several flat tyres in a week is indicative of a problem with your tyres and may indicate that you need new tyres.

2. Check for grooves. New bike tyres have deep grooves in them to get traction on road surfaces. As you wear them down, the grooves in the tyres get shallower. Replace your tyres if the grooves have become shallow or are no longer clearly visible.

3. Compare your tires to new ones. Look at the differences between the tyres on your bike and brand-new tyres of the same type. Differences in shape, texture or appearance indicate it may be time to switch your tyres for new ones.

4. Look for any visible threads or casing. If you can see any strings or anything under the rubber of the tyre, replace the tyre immediately. Tyres with exposed threads or casing are not suitable for riding and can cause accidents.

5. Lastly, be extra careful if your bike has not been used for a long time, even if it has been stored away safely. Tyres on stored bikes can become hard or cracked through humidity and temperature changes, or alternatively can rot.

What size tyre do I need?

The general answer to this question is to check the tyre on your bike and then buy the same size again. The tyre will be marked with something along the lines of 700 x 32. The first number is the diameter of the wheel in millimetres and the second is the width of the bicycle tyre. Bicycle enthusiasts will know that bikes with narrow tyres perform differently to bikes with wider tyres, and you could experiment, but in most cases, you will be limited to what tyres will physically fit your bike. If you are unable to read the bike size information on your tyre wall, check the specification of your bike (probably on the paperwork that came with it when you bought it, or try inputting the make and model of your bike online to get the information.

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