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Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is known for their huge selection of motorcycle tires and that includes dirt bike tires from the best brands like Maxxis. As a dirt bike rider, you need a specific tire based on the type of riding you do; and you also need tires that will fit the specific make, model and year of your dirt bike. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is your trusted source for knowing and having the Maxxis dirt bike tires you need. Like the Maxxis Maxx Cross Intermediate Terrain Tire that has a knob tread design for precise steering and handling on a variety of soil conditions. Or the Maxxis Maxx Cross Sand and Mud Terrain Tire that has an open-tread pattern for optimal traction in sand or mud. We’ve made it fast and easy to find the Maxxis tires for your specific dirt bike with our online “Tire Finder” and once it pulls up the tires you need, you can narrow down your search even further by using our filters tabs to find the size you need and price you want to pay. You’ll also pay the best price for your Maxxis dirt bike tires at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC because we’ll match any competitor’s pricing, should you find one that’s lower. Find the exact Maxxis motorcycle tires you need and pay the best price – only at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com.
Denzil in WV
I've ran Geomax 32's prior to this and wouldnt complain about them. However for where I ride and how I ride i prefer the maxxix SI's. Just completed a hair scramble in WV and the tire exceeded my expecatationsRead All Reviews
Tim in CO
Thought I'd give these a try after using Pirellis mostly. Overall, I'm pretty satisfied with them. I noticed right away they hooked up differently than my normal tires and slid around a bit more but once I got used to the way they handled, I liked them and they are a predictable tire. I definitely had some chunking in the middle road of knobs on the rear tire, mostly the leading edge of the know where it looks like someone took a bite out of the middle. The front tire works great and held up well. I ride desert and rocky technical areas around western Colorado. I'd buy these tires again but I think I prefer the Pirelli MT16.Read All Reviews
Jeremy in CA
I decided to give these tires a shot based on the positive reviews. I do mostly trail riding in the mountains and run between 10-14psi depending on conditions. They do track well in rocks, roots, and intermediate terrain. The things I'm not so stoked on have to do with wear and traction specifically on the rear tire. Although the rear stays in line and grabs well through rocks and roots like I was saying before, it does not hook up so well on dry hard pack sections of the trail. It's hard to really be aggressive coming out of a corner because the back end wants to break lose or slide out. I will say that it's fairly predictable though. The other potential issue is wear. I'm not sure if I just didn't pay close enough attention to the knob height when it was brand new, but after only 5 hours or so, they seem pretty worn down and rounded off.Read All Reviews
Gunnar in NC
I would recommend keeping one of these in your trailer incase it gets nasty really quick if this brand is your pick. It rides okay in soft intermediate, but would not recommend for hard packed (unless you want a road tire by the end of a long day of racing or riding).Read All Reviews