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Dunlop tires are known for their high performance and reliability and their dirt bike tires are no different, having the aggressive traction, grip and maneuverability that dirt bike riders demand. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a complete line of Dunlop dirt bike tires, available in several sizes and prices to fit any budget. If you ride on all types of terrains, the Dunlop MX51 GeoMax Intermediate Terrain Tire has a profile design that allows more tread volume and excellent cornering grip, no matter what surface you’re riding on. If you’re looking for a good sand and mud tire, the Dunlop MX11 Geomax Sand and Mud Tire has a narrow-profile block that chisels through sand and mud with ease while providing better handling. You’ll always pay the best price on dirt bike tires at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC because we match any competitor’s pricing with our “Price Match Guarantee”. You can rest assured your Dunlop dirt bike tires will arrive in the shortest amount of time possible.
CHASE in UT
I have ran the MX32 rear for a while now and like the tire. I would definitely recommend running that tire at a lower PSI (12 or lower) for track. But the 32 will NOT hold up on anything remotely hard. I only ride tracks and I had about 10 hours on my front 32 before I had lost 6 knobs on the outside and i'd say about half of them cracking. You're better off running a 52 in the front and a 32 in the rear. I wish I could post a picture to show what it looks like. Dunlop tires are awesome but i'm pretty disappointed in the MX 32 front.Read All Reviews
Tobin in CO
If you're thinking of using this for a dirt bike that you dual sport occasionally, stick with a good off-road tire. This tire has much less grip and traction than a real dirt tire and did't last any longer than a Trak Master or the Maxis Desert that I usually use. Not worth the extra money.Read All Reviews
Joshua in FL
Using the tire for mountain riding in Colorado. Sticks well in the gravelly granite at Rampart range and holds up well in the rocks. The 90 width is particularly good in the rocks but does want to climb out of ruts a bit more than the narrower tire.Read All Reviews