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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.
jeff in OK
We have ran several different tires and the Dunlop MX32 is by far our favorite. These tires work well in just about all conditions for dirtbike riding. We race motocross and I would recommend to anyone racing motocross to use these tires.Read All Reviews
DAVE in WA
I started running this tire with the Tubless system about six months ago. I wanted a tire that was extremely puncture resistant. Last year at the Desert 100 race I got a hole in my Pirelli and got a flat. I finished because it was near the end of the race and the Tubless kept the tire locked on the rim. The Desert 100 is hard on tires. I knew this tire would be stiff because it's designed for heavy dual sport bikes, not a light KTM 200. It's crazy stiff! Best results are running very low psi, around 2-3. It's wearing very well, has actually softened up with use. It does deflect more off of rocks and roots than my soft Pirelli did. Bottom line, this tire is bombproof and wears very well. I have hammered this tire hard and nothing fazes it. It's a bit of a compromise but for me it's worth it to avoid a DNF. Update, raced the Desert 100 yesterday running this tire. Finished 4th in the 200 class. The conditions were brutal, dusty with lots of rocks, slammed a lot riding blind at times. This tire held up well, it still looked new at the end of the race! It's the same tire I mounted up almost 12 months ago. Again it deflects a little more than a soft tire but I believe the trade off is worth it. I ran it with 6 psi using the Tubless system.Read All Reviews