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IRC dirt bike tires are made to perform well on extreme terrains which frequently accompany dirt bike riding and Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com has a wide range of IRC tires to choose from including soft and intermediate terrain tires, enduro tires and trials tires. We carry the best IRC dirt bike tires available like the IRC iX-09W Tire that provides excellent grip on high speed straight-aways and on tight corners while its hard knobs ensure a long wear life. We also have the IRC TR-11 Trials Tire that features a dual-rubber compound, having softer rubber for the tread and harder rubber for the sidewalls, giving it incredible grip and handling. Find the IRC motorcycle tires you need in a matter of minutes by using our online filters to dial in the exact size you need and price range that fits your budget; or, use our “Tire Finder” to pull up the IRC tires to fit your dirt bike once you enter it’s make model and year. Don’t waste time searching for the IRC dirt bike tires you need; find them at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, your trusted supplier for dirt bike riding gear, parts and tires.
Brian in AZ
This tire almost has too much traction when new for single track. It tries to crawl out of the ruts at first. Easy install for a stiffer sidewall tire, no complaints there. Close to 35 hours on it and time to replace. I'm getting another one. I ride desert, scrambles, single track & fire roads. It performs on all.Read All Reviews
jason in WA
If you ride the PNW and haven't tried these yet you should! great traction in the wet, roots, and rocks. I buy one in the spring and it is smoked come fall but still hooks ups. Only rear tire I will run now, on my 3rd in 3 years so wear is pretty decent.Read All Reviews
TODD in MN
I really liked these tires until I found a better tires. I ride in the woods in Minnesota and find that soft compound tires work much better on wet logs and slimy mud. I'll mount the used set I still have when I go riding in the Black Hills.Read All Reviews
joe in OR
Its a front tire. I can't really say much because my front tire never really touches the ground. The seldom times it does touch the ground it feels like its about ready to rip the entire trail out from the earth it grips so well.Read All Reviews