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Intermediate Terrain Dirt Bike Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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  • Shinko MX216 Series Tire

    Shinko MX216 Series Tire

    Richard in CA

    Shinko MX216, all around perfect enduro tire.

    I’ve had the chance to put a half dozen hours on this tire and I think I found my almost perfect front tire. I ride a lot of single track in the forest as well as some desert riding, no track. This tire has always hooked up even in the loosest of terrain with amazing front wheel braking. It seems to float nicely in the sand and here is why it didn’t get 5 stars. I run a 80/100-21 and when compared to my Dunlop MX32 It is narrow in the cross section as well as overall widths. Maybe that’s why it cuts so well in the dirt? It also seems to absorb small to medium loose rocks, sticks and climbs roots very well, even when wet. Not sure but I wish it was a full sized 80/100 so with the low investment, (great price), I will buy another and may go to the fatty 90/100-21, or 90/90-21.The mounted Dunlop was: carcass width 3.15, overall width 3.7, the Shinko mounted is carcass width 2.9, overall width 3.6. My unmounted MX52 is also visibly wider. Nice looking tire which is always important lol but price is definitely a reason to try one of these MX216 tires. This tire also seems to take a beating on rocks with very little initial tread wear, time will tell on how long it will last so 4 stars on wear but it could be 5.

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  • Michelin StarCross 5 Medium Terrain Tire

    Michelin StarCross 5 Medium Terrain Tire

    Eric in CA

    Great tire

    Use a 110 on the rear of my CRF450 for better turning in corners. I've used Dunlops, Pirellis and Maxxis but I have to say this tire works fantastic and better than a Dunlop on medium terrain. Used for MX only. They run a tad bit wider than Dunlops

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  • Sedona MX880ST Intermediate/Soft Terrain Tire

    Sedona MX880ST Intermediate/Soft Terrain Tire

    Jason in AZ

    Holds Traction and farily decent wear

    I had a rear tire 110-90-19 on my '13 crf250r and I was satisfied with the tire and for $60 it was hard not to be. It held up well on the AZ tracks and didn't slide out unless the dirt was extremely hard in some corners. If you are riding ruts it will hold up and keep you in your line. I just replaced the tire after 6 track days. I could have gone 2-3 more but I'm going to be out for about a month and want to come back to riding with a freshie.

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  • Dunlop MX52 Geomax Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Dunlop MX52 Geomax Intermediate/Hard Terrain Tire

    Allen in CA

    Great for dry dusty conditions

    Great tire for dry, dusty and rocky terrain. Typical conditions for So Cal single track which is what I ride. Better traction than Maxis Desert IT but about the same life span. My new favorite

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  • Bridgestone Battlecross X30 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Bridgestone Battlecross X30 Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Titus in NY

    2017 crf250r

    Not a bad tire . handling and grip is good . tread life is not as good as the dunlop geomax.

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  • Pirelli MT16 Garacross Intermediate Terrain

    Pirelli MT16 Garacross Intermediate Terrain

    Charles in ID

    Great tire

    Used by a senior dirt bike rider for trail riding. Not the latest design in tire or compound but this tire just works for me. Usually ride dry trails on intermediate soil or hard soil conditions. Very predictable which is what I like.

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