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Intermediate Terrain Dirt Bike Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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  • Bridgestone M403 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Bridgestone M403 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Clint in AZ

    Traction!!!!

    This tire is holding up very well! I ride across a variety of terrain and the m403 is great!! Great price and fast shipping! Thanks rocky mountain atv/mc!

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  • Bridgestone M404 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Bridgestone M404 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Clint in AZ

    Traction!!!!

    The m404 has been a great tire. Great traction across hard pack, rocks or sand!!

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  • Motoz Tractionator Enduro I/T

    Motoz Tractionator Enduro I/T

    Doug in WA

    Jury's out on this tire

    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.

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  • Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Michelin Starcross MH3 Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    john in OR

    tire is a must

    Probably the best tire i have ever used my 1st one lasted 4 years hope the next one lasts longer.. grabs traction like no other and wont clog

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  • Pirelli Scorpion XC Soft To Mid Terrain

    Pirelli Scorpion XC Soft To Mid Terrain

    Brett in MA

    good traction

    They also seem to wear really well.

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  • Dunlop MX52 Geomax Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Dunlop MX52 Geomax Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Taylor in OK

    Good As Always

    Dunlop has always put out quality tires, this one was no different, great tire, did really well in intermediate and hard packed.

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