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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.
Gary in CT
I purchased this tire for my 2006 CRF 450x because it is DOT rated and I am trying to get my bike registered for street riding in CT. I am only giving a 4 star because I just mounted it and have only ridden on it a few times. I can't comment on tread life, dirt traction, or street traction since I really have no hours on it yet.Read All Reviews
Ryan in AZ
To start, I ride in Arizona on a KLR 650. I ride probably 50/50 hard gravel to pavement. My riding style is aggressive, well as aggressive as one can be on a KLR. I have had 2 rears and I am still on my front. I consistently get 2000 miles out of a rear, NOTHING more, my front has 5000 and counting. Probably plan to change it at 6000 miles. On the front it was 2000 dirt, 3000 pavement. For dirt trails and gravel roads, I recommend these over the Shinko 805. They have much better grip in braking and overall traction.Read All Reviews
Mitch in IA
As noted in the title, the 804/805 is the best all-around DS or ADV 40/60 or even 50/50 tire for the money. I have run them on a KLR and on my Africa Twin. Read the reviews and watch the videos. Everyone agrees, the 804/805 is a great performer, and especially for the money. I have run better tires, but not better tires for the money. Even the "better tires" are only better in one clear way, which is longevity. The only minor shortcoming is the lack of lateral stability, but it is not severe. The layout of the tread blocks is such that the tire plows hard straight ahead but isn't quite as stable as others. As one video reviewer said, I will happily sacrifice a little stability for the churning power that keeps your momentum. Some will bash Shinko as a B brand or a knock-off company. That is nonsense. The 804/805 is not a knock off of the TKC80. The tread pattern is obviously different. Yes, you can pay a lot more, and I have. Brands like Mitas, Heidenau, or Motoz are all excellent.....but one more time....Shinko is the best bang for the buck.Read All Reviews
Richard in CA
I’ve had the chance to put a half dozen hours on this tire and I think I found my almost perfect front tire. I ride a lot of single track in the forest as well as some desert riding, no track. This tire has always hooked up even in the loosest of terrain with amazing front wheel braking. It seems to float nicely in the sand and here is why it didn’t get 5 stars. I run a 80/100-21 and when compared to my Dunlop MX32 It is narrow in the cross section as well as overall widths. Maybe that’s why it cuts so well in the dirt? It also seems to absorb small to medium loose rocks, sticks and climbs roots very well, even when wet. Not sure but I wish it was a full sized 80/100 so with the low investment, (great price), I will buy another and may go to the fatty 90/100-21, or 90/90-21.The mounted Dunlop was: carcass width 3.15, overall width 3.7, the Shinko mounted is carcass width 2.9, overall width 3.6. My unmounted MX52 is also visibly wider. Nice looking tire which is always important lol but price is definitely a reason to try one of these MX216 tires. This tire also seems to take a beating on rocks with very little initial tread wear, time will tell on how long it will last so 4 stars on wear but it could be 5.Read All Reviews