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Michelin Dirt Bike Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

You can trust Michelin to have the high quality and performance you demand in dirt bike tires and you can trust Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to have the biggest selection to choose from. We’re the trusted source for dirt bike riders wanting quality riding gear, parts and tires at the best prices, and our inventory of Michelin dirt bike tires is no different. We have soft, intermediate and hard terrain Michelin tires and you can find the tires to fit your specific dirt bike by using our “Tire Finder”. If your dirt bike rides take you on a variety of terrains, the Michelin Starcross MS2 Intermediate/Soft Terrain Tire has staggered shoulder knobs that provide superb traction on any terrain, from moderate to extreme. If you’re looking for a Michelin tire made specifically for sandy terrains, the Michelin Starcross Sand 4 Tire is a great option because it has a scoop-like knob orientation ideal for traction in deep sand. In addition to having the biggest selection of Michelin dirt bike tires, we also have the fastest shipping because most orders are shipped out the same day their placed.

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  • Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Alan in OH

    GREAT TIRE

    Best MX tire for all around use.

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  • Michelin Starcross MS3 Soft/Mixed Terrain Tire

    Michelin Starcross MS3 Soft/Mixed Terrain Tire

    Sam in FL

    It has been a good tire

    I ride in rocky areas mixed with roots and some mud. Tire hooks up well and also wears well.

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  • Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Nuklhed in Washington

    Wears out quickly

    I run a wide range of terrain from sand to rocky. This tire is quickly wearing out after only about 180 miles since new. I can't say that it hooks up supremely, either. The front matching tire is a full 3/8 narrower than the same size Pirelli mid-hard. It's twitchy like a pizza cutter wheel. I won't buy these ever again. I'm not a spin the tires kind of rider, either. I like to hook up and ride smooth. Sand...well, that can't be helped.

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  • Michelin S-12 XC Soft Terrain Tire

    Michelin S-12 XC Soft Terrain Tire

    GREGORY in MA

    The new XC seems to work and wear well

    I installed a 130/80-18 on the back of my KTM350. The size appeared to be spot on. The tire hooks up great, and it even holds up well in New England rocks. I did not give it a rating of "Excellent" because it still wears faster than I would like. The carcass is very tough, the knobs are very tall, and the scalloped knob edges are effective.

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  • Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    Travis in AR

    I don't know about these other reviews.

    My review for this tire is that it is more of a dirt tire. I found that it had good traction when I was trekking up this rocky rooty dirt hill that was pretty steep. I had it newly installed and it was well scrubbed in and I hit this hill and took charge of it. The terrain of this hill consisted of some baseball sized rocks and then golf ball sized rocks spread out amongst it. There were roots closer to the top of this hill. This was something of a ATV trail and those were on one rut of the trail while we had leaves in the other rut. There were four of us and I was the only to make it all the way up this hill without any help. Not trying to brag on myself but only of this tire. I will admit that the tread does not last long when used on road more often than dirt (obviously) but I love it enough to buy it again and who can argue with that price? I'd give a 5 star if it lasted longer. Couldn't tell you how many miles but I will tell you that it will be about 6-9 months with pretty often riding and that depends on what I think of the tire when it gets close to changing time. I tend to ride until I cannot ride anymore and then change the tire. What can I say? I ride a KLR.

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  • Michelin M-12 XC Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Michelin M-12 XC Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Manuel in FL

    Great Tire

    Great all terrain tire

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