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If you’re an ATV racer, having the best ATV racing tires isn’t just an option, it’s a requirement. You need the toughest tires with unmatched performance and durability and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has them all. We’ve been catering to all types of riders for over 28 years and that includes supplying racers with ATV racing tires that help them do one thing – win. We sell only the best brands, known for having the latest technology in ATV race tires like the Duro Top Fighter ATV Tire that has large tread blocks for cornering grip and a solid center strip for acceleration.
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SHANE in CA
I purchased a new set of these tires prior to a week long trip to the PIute trails in UT. The trails range from hardpack roads to rocky 2 track. These tires lasted 500 miles, which breaks down to about $1 per mile. After 300 miles I noticed the lugs were starting to chunk and by 500 miles they were almost slicks. I am very unimpressed with these tires. I bought Razr II's to replace them and have been very impressed with them.Read All Reviews
SHANE in CA
I purchased a set of Holeshot HD's before a week long ride in the Piute trails of Utah. The terrain there varies from hardpack roads to rocky trails. After 500 miles of abuse these tires were destroyed, all the were worn down or ripped off. The front tires didn't even hold up to the miles and miles of rocks. I was pretty upset at the thought of having to replace $500 worth of tires after having them a week. I got on the internet and started the research process. I knew that I didn't want another set of Holeshot tires so I decided to get the Razr II tires. I put 700 miles on these tires and they are really impressive. The traction is awesome and they wear like iron. The edges of the knobs are just starting to get rounded and there isn't any chunking so far. They do measure a little shorter than the Holeshots but not enough to worry about. I am getting ready for another week long to trip to the Piute and these tires are in great shape to tackle it again. I will definitely buy these tires again!Read All Reviews
Joel in Manitoba
I bought these a while ago after one year of recreational mx track riding. NOT racing. They started cracking around the tread lugs. After not riding for a year I spend money to go ride at a track and now my rear is leaking through a big crack in the lug I could probably rip the lug off by hand. All I ride is track and in sand no rocks or any spinning on anything that would wreck a tire like this. Front tires seem good. For sand and soft dirt I find they dig a lot and bite really hard. They have a lot of traction both front and rear but I'm not even half way worn between the wear indicator and where they were brand new and now I have to replace my rear tiresRead All Reviews