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Anthony in VA
I run the 110-100-18 on my cr250 i ride woods/off-road this Michelin mh3 tire is good for all conditions. This is a do it all tire. Not only mid-hard. It cleans out mud very well also. I ride hatfield McCoy trails it's loaded with rocks, roots, ect, it excelled in all conditions. Will but again. Tread life seems to be longer than most tiresRead All Reviews
Huner in Indiana
Read all of the great reviews on this tire and thought I would give it a shot. I had high expectations and was greatly disappointed. This tire only lasted TWO days of riding before it was trashed. Traction was good in intermediate terrain, but sucked in hard terrain. Wouldn't recommend this tire if you ride in a rocky environment. If you ride manicured MX tracks then it will do great.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