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Dunlop tires are known for their high performance and reliability and their dirt bike tires are no different, having the aggressive traction, grip and maneuverability that dirt bike riders demand. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a complete line of Dunlop dirt bike tires, available in several sizes and prices to fit any budget. If you ride on all types of terrains, the Dunlop MX51 GeoMax Intermediate Terrain Tire has a profile design that allows more tread volume and excellent cornering grip, no matter what surface you’re riding on. If you’re looking for a good sand and mud tire, the Dunlop MX11 Geomax Sand and Mud Tire has a narrow-profile block that chisels through sand and mud with ease while providing better handling. You’ll always pay the best price on dirt bike tires at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC because we match any competitor’s pricing with our “Price Match Guarantee”. You can rest assured your Dunlop dirt bike tires will arrive in the shortest amount of time possible.
kelly in ID
Best Tire we have ever used great combination of performance and wearRead All Reviews
Greg in Connecticut
I've used this tire for about 10 hours now on my 2014 YZ450F. Not the most confidence inspiring tire on a heavy 4T. It hooks great in groomed dirt and on hard pack. Once you get into sand/mud the tire pushes badly. Pretty much zero traction in sand. Tends to plow and wander about trying to find its way in looser dirt and ruts. The sidewalls/casing seems very soft and tend to roll with lower air pressures. Wear has been great, after 10 hours still looks brand new.Read All Reviews
Sebastian in UT
I first bought this tire for my 2008 RM250 to ride at Sand Mountain, UT and St. Anthony, ID. It doesn't work as good as pure sand paddle does but it does so much better than a knobby tire. The tire feels more stable in the whoops and has more straight line stability. When the rear end starts to swap you have more side to side bite than a paddle tire. It also carves turn much better and hold a line better. It doesn't have the vibrations associated with a pure sand paddle. I later transferred the tire to my 2008 CR500AF and had great luck with too.Read All Reviews