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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.
Alan in TX
I've been running these tires for years and once in a while I will try some other tire but I keep coming back. Tough, long lasting, solid traction. They used to be pretty inexpensive but not anymore.....still worth it!Read All Reviews
Nick in CA
OK, so I have been a IRC Vulcenduro tire fan for years. Just recently, they have changed. I am getting more chunking than before. So we switched to Maxxis. I was leary to say the least. I did some research and found our that Maxxis is a Cheng Sin tire company. I had a few friends with the Maxxis so I decided to give it a try. I am impressed so far. Traction was good in snow and mud. No chunking so far. I will see how long this bad boy lasts. It even has a few more knobbies than the Vulcenduro. Thick sidewall but mounted fairly easy with the help of a Baja No Pinch.Read All Reviews