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Dirt Bike Tires for both motocross and trail at the lowest price and biggest selection. Find famous brands like Dunlop, Bridgestone, Maxxis, Michelin, Cheng Shin, Kenda and more for your Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, KTM, and Suzuki. Whether riding the trails or the motocross track we have the best selection at the lowest prices on mx tires for your dirt bike.
David in UT
For an XR 650 its a great tire on hard pack, power line road etc, in sand it seems to have a taller profile which causes the front to crab more often then the stock Dunlop. I was impressed with its traction even when it appears to be worn, but it did change the front end handling and caused me more work in low speed tight sand washes, I'll probably stick with the ED 78 but change to a 90/100-21 on front to help steering in the sand. I'd give the tire my top rating for anyone on a XR 650 riding on hard pack but you might consider the stock Dunlop if your riding the big red beast in the sand.Read All Reviews
GLADYS in NV
The ED77 is awesome. I have this tire an all three of our bikes and will never change brands again. KTM 300, WR450, & TTR225. No more missing side knobs after a jaunt through the rock garden. Works very well in the desert also. Reno, Nevada & Lake TahoeRead All Reviews
Chris in IL
I put the mxmh rear on my '10 YZ250f replacing the stock B-stone 404. Just like the title says this tire is fantastic in harder than average dirt. I only ride MX and our tracks in the midwest are usually soft in the mornings and develope hard places later in the day. In pure soft loamy dirt (perfect soil) they are just ok-not as good as a 756 but when the corners are harder or even rock hard flat corners this tire REALLY performs. Even hardpack with loose dirt on top doesnt give this tire much trouble. I have been super impressed with the durability, i have 12 hours on it and the knobs are still fairly sharp. My opinion: For MX its better than a B-stone 404 all around and wears slightly better, not as good as a 756 on a perfect groomed track but better than a 756 when the conditions are a little harder/slicker. I would purchase this tire again no doubt if i could take 2 tire setups with me to the race (a 756 would be the other). But im still looking for that 1 do-it-all tire if there is such a thing (maybe I will try out the MX51 next)Read All Reviews