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Dirt Bike Tires - All from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Dirt Bike Tires for both motocross and trail at low prices. Find famous brands like Dunlop, Bridgestone, Maxxis, Michelin, Cheng Shin, Kenda and more for your Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, KTM, and Suzuki. Whether riding the trails or the motocross track we have the best selection at great prices on mx tires for your dirt bike.

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  • Shinko E-805 Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Shinko E-805 Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Frankie in CO

    Just bought my second one

    Wrapped my first one on my Triumph Tiger 800 XC 6000~ miles ago. I rode it in deep snow, sloppy mud, hard packed dirt roads, rocks, salt flats, and slabbed out thousands of miles and this tire held up to it all. It has thick big nobs and is a softer compound. I expected to get 3000 miles. I rode it all over colorado for 3000 miles and then did a 3000 mile trip to Cali with my bike fully loaded. The Cali trip wore down the center of the tire, but I could easily get another couple thousand miles out of them. I'm putting on another one for the COBDR next week. I'm confident that they'll be the perfect tire for the trip.

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  • Dunlop Geomax AT81 RC Tire

    Dunlop Geomax AT81 RC Tire

    TREVOR in UT

    I have tried two of these tires

    Garbage tire. I run tubliss but this is a 700 mile or less tire. It will start chunking off at about 100 miles and it tears down to the core. Carry a ton of tire plugs

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  • Dunlop Geomax AT81 Tire

    Dunlop Geomax AT81 Tire

    Jonathan in NM

    Knobs on front rip off easily

    Unfortunately bought two of these for the front. Ran the first one tubeless at low pressure (5-8). Front side knobs starting tearing off very quickly to the point where slime was seeping through the carcass. Figured it was a fluke/bad batch. Ran the 2nd front at 12 psi in Colorado (lots of rocks) and it was trashed within 100 miles. I was leaving drops of slime all over but it didn't leak. I contacted Dunlop to ask them about it and they said that tire is not designed for tubeless and you must run between 12-16 psi only otherwise the tire will fall apart like mine... Rear tire held up better, but isn't anything special. Per Dunlop, the tire is not designed to be used as most people are likely to use a tire on a dirt bike...

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  • Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Tyler in OH

    good tire

    insane grip, slowly fades like any other tire once it loses its edge though.

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  • Dunlop D803 Trials Tire

    Dunlop D803 Trials Tire

    Trevor in Utah

    400 miles or less

    I only have 180-200 miles on this tire and the center treads are torn about 1/2 way through. That being said it has traction all day long in mud rocks loose dirt and everything else but it's very very soft and unless you have plenty of money and don't like a long lasting tire don't buy this. I Not sure about sand but I cannot imagine its great

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  • Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion MX 32 Soft To Mid Terrain

    Tyler in OH

    lost its edge pretty quick

    lost its edge, still did fairly well

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