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A large selection of dirt bike tires for both motocross and trail at great prices. 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 a great selection at low prices on mx tires for your dirt bike.
Chris in GA
Best intermediate MX tire available...Period! I run the stock 120/80-19 on my 450's, but I also like to run the Low-Profile (110/80-19) MX51 on my CR250 2-stroke. Few options in this size, but Dunlop has it in the MX51...same width as a 110/90 with LESS un-sprung rear wheel weight and phenomenal traction.Read All Reviews
Alan in MS
I debated and debated which tires to go with to replace the stock Dunlop D605 that came on my KLX250s. I'm not disappointed with these tires. So far so good. I was looking for a 50/50 street dirt tire and these fit the bill nicely. On the road they are smooth with very little side to side movement. On rough pavement they tend to track in the grooves but don't feel unstable. On the dirt they are awesome. The 250 is not known for its power to break traction, but these tires will break traction just enough to allow for a little slide the in the corners on a gravel road. But they are still controllable. They are squirelly on deep gravel though and sand is not their friend. But on roads, hard pack, loose dirt, and some gravel, they do great. They are perfect for my riding style.Read All Reviews
chad in Utah
i had the kenda for the rear and hated it didn't do crap in the sand and mud so i went to the perelli rally cross and i loved it, in fact i am getting a newer bike same xr650l and i will buy the same tier but i will stay with the kenda for the front if you are looking for a tier that last a long time go to a street bike tier but if you ride 80%to 90%dirt this is the tier for youRead All Reviews