Bradley in CA
I mangled this tire in the tough stuff. Chunked a bunch of the outside knobs and the inside knobs round off after the first ride. Not impressed with wear, grip, or durability. It also doesn't hook up very well. Maxxis Desert IT is a much better tire for the gnar gnar. The only reason it gets 2 stars is because I never got a flatRead All Reviews
Bradley in CA
I don't get these tires. Not holding up very well after 3 hard rocky rides. No flats yet but the grip is marginal and they will definitely pack up with mud if you end up coming across some. I bought these tires to pound on and they won't take the abuse like the Maxxis tiresRead All Reviews
Cam in UT
If you mount your own tires or fix your own flats, which we highly recommend!!!!! Due to once you do a couple they are way easy!!!!! This is by far the best tool you can have when changing a tire. It keeps the rubber down under the bead when you are moving around the tire and is so easy to use!!! Highly recommended to anyone and if you want a SICK tire changer check out premiermxproducts.com and the Ultimate Tire Changer!!!!!!!!!!!Read All Reviews
Adventure touring dual sport tires need to be one thing above all else: adaptable. From the streets to the trails, dual sport tires need a specific tread, compound, load rating and speed rating that can handle both a smooth ride and a little bit of a pounding. Rocky Mountain has the highest-quality dual sport tires available from Dunlop, Bridgestone and Michelin. For dual sport wheels, we carry Kenda, Pro-Wheel and Warp 9, all known for their lightweight rims and durability. At Rocky Mountain, you’ll find high quality dual sport tires and dual sport wheels at prices that smoke the competition.