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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.
josh in IN
The bite lasts slightly longer than the michelins and when new it is just as good. A bit more rugged. I am sticking with these. Nothing lasts as long as you want and they all round off too soon... but this is the best Ive found for offroad multiuse.Read All Reviews
Jay in WA
My new favorite front tire for soft/int terrainRead All Reviews
Ulrich in CO
For hard and fast off-roading on a KTM 950 Super Enduro, I can't think of a better tire. It is THE tire designed to translate all that power to the rear wheel in sand/mud/gravel on such a heavy dirt bike. Its stiff sidewalls allow for slow travel when flat (not recommended but may be necessary in some situations for short durations). When on pavement it really pays to inflate to over 30 PSI or it will heat up and wear fast. Life of this tire greatly depends on the riding style. I normally get between 400 and 800 miles out of one, but can imagine that a very conservative rider may get up to 2000 miles from it. Front version of this tire can be very scary on the pavement as it tends to send a bike into tank slapper at high speed. So be forewarned. Otherwise the front tire is great.Read All Reviews