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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.
DAVID in CA
Excellent traction in all conditions, good wear, simply the best!Read All Reviews
Mark in FL
I bought these tires to replace the worn factory tires that were on my KX250. I ride in FL where the ground is mostly sand with a mix of roots and hard clay. The old tires would slide in the sand and slip on roots when wet. I was excited to get these tires as my brother-in-law just put the S-12's on his YZ125 that tracks like a train on rails through the sand. I choose these over the new Geo Max tires based off the reviews I read. I put them on last week then rode last weekend and my first impression was "these are no different than the tires I just took off" After riding all day in the loose sand, I felt that these tires gripped a little better but still slipped a lot in the sand. I am not sure if it's the weight of the bike but compared to his YZ125 with the S-12's, the tires are a let down. <span>Additional Comments On Sep 27, 2010:</span>Rode with the tires again this weekend. I still hold to my original statement. I may change out the front with the new Dunlop GeoMax to see if it handles better.Read All Reviews
JEFFREY in FL
Compared to the last rear tire I ran, a Pirelli Scorpion (which was basically an AMA legal paddle tire), this has been a better all-around tire for 90% sugar sand terrain found in south florida. Where the pirelli felt very wishy-washy if you ever found yourself on hard ground or palmetto roots, this tire feels much more solid. Still not as good as an MS3 on hard ground, but this one doesn't give up anything on the sand compared to the pirelli like the MS3 would. So far very happy with it.Read All Reviews
Garrick in UT
I had this tire and it NEVER fully seated on the bead. There was a spot on both beads where never seated, even after letting is sit overnight with 60psi. I had this tire on 2 different wheels, one being stock and the other Excel. It gripped good in soft stuff, but got destroyed FAST on hard pack. Overall I am not impressed with Michelin tires, and I have used them for years.Read All Reviews
Michael in KY
I use this tire for enduro racing, and it held up well. The hook up was outstanding, in all conditions, and improved traction. It starts to chunk after a while of aggressive use, but is durable and gives excellent traction. Will buy for next set of tires.Read All Reviews