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You can trust Michelin to have the high quality and performance you demand in dirt bike tires and you can trust Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to have the biggest selection to choose from. We’re the trusted source for dirt bike riders wanting quality riding gear, parts and tires at the best prices, and our inventory of Michelin dirt bike tires is no different. We have soft, intermediate and hard terrain Michelin tires and you can find the tires to fit your specific dirt bike by using our “Tire Finder”. If your dirt bike rides take you on a variety of terrains, the Michelin Starcross MS2 Intermediate/Soft Terrain Tire has staggered shoulder knobs that provide superb traction on any terrain, from moderate to extreme. If you’re looking for a Michelin tire made specifically for sandy terrains, the Michelin Starcross Sand 4 Tire is a great option because it has a scoop-like knob orientation ideal for traction in deep sand. In addition to having the biggest selection of Michelin dirt bike tires, we also have the fastest shipping because most orders are shipped out the same day their placed.
Anthony in VA
I run the 110-100-18 on my cr250 i ride woods/off-road this Michelin mh3 tire is good for all conditions. This is a do it all tire. Not only mid-hard. It cleans out mud very well also. I ride hatfield McCoy trails it's loaded with rocks, roots, ect, it excelled in all conditions. Will but again. Tread life seems to be longer than most tiresRead All Reviews
Justin in IL
This is the best tire you can buy for hare scrambles. It has held up great and it is the dominant tire on the track. Works well and lasts great. Would recommend to anyone. I put this on every bike I own.Read All Reviews
Dave in Utah
On my DR650 I need an around tire for the off road and street work I require. On a 5 day trip to Mesquite NV, I road the mud of the Virgin river, sandy washes, the streets around town and the freeway to Bunkerville. Much of the off road is deep sand and thick gravel. The sand is not fun on a heavy bike like the DR but the T 63 gets you in and back out, same with the deep mud! The tire is fine on the streets around town and the noise in par with any other knobbie type tire. Longevity at this point is unknown but with 500 miles so far, I have not seen any chunking, fast or odd wear patterns. I'd guess its will go 3k like most knobbies on a heavy dual sport bike.Read All Reviews