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A large selection of dirt bike tires for both motocross and trail at great 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 a great selection at low prices on mx tires for your dirt bike.
DAVID in CA
I did not want to spend a lot of $ on tires. The last mile of my commute is in a dirt rail yard at best, not good for tires! I ran 9,991 miles on the rear tire. It had 2/32 in the center left. Never a flat. Front is still about 85% I dont ride serious off road,but I do like to explore! Mostly on graded dirt roads in the desert some easy trails, I have a dirt bike for the hard stuff. These tires work great on the street and on wet pavement. They were less than half the price of the tires they replaced. 2007 BMW GS1200 RRead All Reviews
Garry in NSW
these tyres got the ktm690 in places enduro riders feared to tread. I was constantly being congratulated on the amazing capabilties of this bike and the places i was able to conquer. Slightly because of my mad skills, a lot because the ktm is an amazing bike, mostly because these tyres grip where it defies logic... They lasted about 2000km of hard core hill climbs and single track. Slight criticism in wet they're not as good as knobbies , but they aren't knobbies. They are the best dual sport tyre ive used....Read All Reviews
Doug in WA
I had read a lot of good things about Motoz, not the least of which is DOT approved, which is one reason I thought I'd give them a try. My first impressions were wow, this think is squirrely, coming off of a Pirelli MT 16 that seemed like it was hooking up on everything. I ran the desert 100 poker run and race with this tire, and it seemed to be a more stable and predictable. After riding a bunch more in Western Washington lowland forests with soft dirt, lots of roosting, and a fair amount of wet roots to get stuck on during short hill climbs I have noticed the first row of knobs to the side are chunking pretty badly. This is sort of weird as the center knobs aren't chunking. Not sure whats up with that. Also, this isn't the best tire for tubliss, since the inside of the bead has molded in ridges radiating out from the wheel so your rim lock has good bite, but for tubliss it makes for hella time trying to get a seal. So, all in all, still not sure where I stand. As a DOT, maybe not bad, it is stiffer, and with tubliss I am running mostly 10-12lbs unless it is really rocky. I can't give it 5 stars because of the chunking, and reluctant to give it 4 because of how squirrely it seems at times. I will probably try a different tread next time, either another Motoz or another DOT approved. Also, I went with the 110/100, which is stock size, but is probably to dang small for this bike.Read All Reviews