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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.
SAMUEL in NV
I purchased this tire on the recommendation of Jeff at Nuetech (manufacturer of the Tubliss system). I had previously tried a Dunlop MX32 for my southern Nevada desert riding, but found that it is not well-suited to the rocky desert environment (ripped a hole in the tire pretty quickly). Jeff suggested the D908, and I was skeptical since it is a DOT legal tire..... but, at 5-6psi as he recommended, it has been outstanding in the desert and has been EXTREMELY durable with great traction. I first ran it at 9-10psi and was not impressed with the traction, but upon lowering it to 5-6psi it has been great.Read All Reviews
Mark in OK
The front tire is nearly the same tread design as the old 756. I liked the change to mx51 when it replaced the 756 and really like the mx52. Having said that, for off road, these are the best in my area of mixed terrain. The rear tire has a soft carcass that makes it ride smoother than a MX tire and hook up very well. The compounds in these tires are also better suited for off road than an MX tire. If there is not many rocks, the mx52 front is also amazing.Read All Reviews
john in HI
I ride stuff that is best served with a trials tire, wet rocks, roots and Hawaiian gulches, however I now favor the Dunlop AT81 RC with the Tubliss system. I run the tire pressure at 4lbs and have a footprint that's greater than 24 sq.in., this makes for a contact point that feels secure and reliable. After over 1000 mi I haven't had any problems with chunking or knobs coming off. I think I like it better than the Sedona 907.Read All Reviews