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You can trust Michelin to have the high quality and performance you demand in dirt bike tires and you can trust Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to have the biggest selection to choose from. We’re the trusted source for dirt bike riders wanting quality riding gear, parts and tires at the best prices, and our inventory of Michelin dirt bike tires is no different. We have soft, intermediate and hard terrain Michelin tires and you can find the tires to fit your specific dirt bike by using our “Tire Finder”. If your dirt bike rides take you on a variety of terrains, the Michelin Starcross MS2 Intermediate/Soft Terrain Tire has staggered shoulder knobs that provide superb traction on any terrain, from moderate to extreme. If you’re looking for a Michelin tire made specifically for sandy terrains, the Michelin Starcross Sand 4 Tire is a great option because it has a scoop-like knob orientation ideal for traction in deep sand. In addition to having the biggest selection of Michelin dirt bike tires, we also have the fastest shipping because most orders are shipped out the same day their placed.
DERRIK in ID
I ride a lot of desert and woods trails and this tire felt slippery to me. I never felt comfortable with it under my bike so I switched to a different tire. May be better suited to other types of terrain or MX type riders.Read All Reviews
Don in AZ
Running in rough desert conditions tubeless at 8PSI. Corners as good or better than the Dunlop AT81, holds up as good or better than the Bridgestone ED77. For desert and rocky mountain trail conditions I have found the goldilocks tire. The dunlop AT 81 corners real well, but started shearing side knobs after about 10 rides. At best I got 4 months out of it, but it really should have been replaced in about 3 months. I went to the Bridgestone ED77 which lasted all of 11 months before I wore the side knobs down due to friction. While durable the ED77 never really cornered that well even when new. The Michelin Desert Race is the best of both. It has the same 90/90 profile as the AT81, has the same ability to progressively let go due to staggered side and intermediate lugs, holds on much longer prior to letting go, and all signs point to a 1 year tire. I would go through 3 to 4 AT81s in that time frame, so the $100+ price pays for itself real quick. Have even run it for about 10 rough desert miles with 0 PSI due to a tubeless setup issue. Pay close attention to the setup/install sequence with the tubeless kits and you shouldn't have that issue. Lesson learned. This is my go to tire, that all others will be measured by.Read All Reviews