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CORY in CA
I have been using this tire for awhile now and really love it. It hooks up great in all types of terrain and always feels planted. It will chunk when riding and sharp rocks such as lava rock but still does the job. All that and its DOT rated.Read All Reviews
Benjamin in OR
The tire had an extremely soft carcass and had to run 14+ psi to keep from pinch flatting and rolling the sidewall of the tire. It handled pretty well, but would get loose as I transitioned into a turn then would grab once I was totally leaned over. Eventually, it developed a split that ran all the way to cords.Read All Reviews
Benjamin in OR
I have ridden on so many tires and I am blown away by this one. YZ250's already have a hard time cornering and this tire makes a big difference. Great hookup in many different surfaces. Consistent grip is worth its price.Read All Reviews
John in FL
I had this rear tire and was amazed at how well it held up in the Florida sand and in the Georgia clay, and it provided plenty of traction. I replaced it with the new Dunlop MX32 and find myself wishing I had stuck with the Starcross. The Dunlop is a good tire but it does not hold up nearly as well. As another reviewer noted, stay off pavement with the Starcross if you want to get long service life out of it. You can test your bike on the road or sidewalk, but don't do anything beyond slow and easy. I'm going back to the Michelin when the Dunlop wears out...which won't be long.Read All Reviews