Will in PA
Ordered a complete rear for Beta 300rr. Nice looking wheel. Anodizing is a little thin, wears of easy. Came pretty close to perfect true, had to do some small adjustments. Would be 4-5 stats but the brake rotor is made of chinesium or something. Installed with new OEM brake pads and I have about 8-10 hours on it with no racing. The rotor is almost worn completely through, and the brake pads have little wear. Wish there was an option to get a galfer rotor or opt out and save money.Read All Reviews
David in CA
This 4.60 x 18 is a very skinny tire. I got it for my KTM 450 EXC and it really looked more like a 4.00 tire, something more for a 250cc dual sport. I think the 5.10 would be a much better fit. The knobs on the very edges are very soft and squishy, and on pavement that makes it a very scary tire in corners. I feel more comfortable with a Dunlop 606 in cornering! Or even a full knobby. I ended up getting a Sinko 244 5.10 x 18. Much better size for my bike and the side knobs are "normal" so it handles very well on road. I would not recommend this tire to anyone.Read All Reviews
Brian in PA
I replaced these tires with after about 1500 miles. There was still about 25 percent tread on them. They were a good all around tire that performed well in med, snow, rocks and, sand. My only complaint is the were almost 2 inches narrower that the stated size. True pizza cutters.Read All Reviews
PATRICK in CA
Not a big fan of this tire. The offset knobby just doesn't seem to grip just right fro me.Read All Reviews
Shane in IL
Recently purchased a set of 4 for my Honda rancher. Got a thorn in a front tire in between treads and a piece of glass puncture in back all on the first ride. This was the same trail I wore out the stock tires on with no problems. Have a set on a older rancher the rides the same trial never had a problem with a couple thousand miles on em. Bad luck or bad tire? I’m not buy another set to find out.....Read All Reviews
Get the most out of your dirt bike with a new set of tires and wheels. Few things impact the way your ride feels more, and they’ve got to perform to your expectations. That’s why you’ll only find the best selection on our site.
Dirt bikes are designed for a variety of terrains – loamy motocross tracks, hard-packed mountain trails, perfectly carved dunes and more. However, if you’re not running specialty tires designed for the kind of riding you do, you’re simply not getting the most out of your machine. Why not pick up a new set of dirt bike tires and truly reach the maximum level of enjoyment that your motorcycle can offer?
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we’ve done everything we can to make finding the right tires for you as easy as possible. That’s why we’ve categorized our tires by both terrain type and brand. And speaking of brands, you’re sure to find the biggest names in the industry here on our site. Here are just a few you’ll probably recognize:
To get started, just take a look at our page dedicated to dirt bike tires. Of course, tires are just one side of the coin – you’ve also got to consider your wheels! Fortunately, tires and wheels are interchangeable, so you can reuse your old rims if you need to. Or if your rubber is still in good shape, you can reuse your tires if you’re in need of new wheels. We’ve got full wheel kits in all major sizes for dirt bikes. Many of them won’t just keep your motorcycle rolling, they’ll also turn heads at the track with their flashy style. But if you just need a few replacement parts – spokes, wheel bearings, rim locks, hubs or even just the rims themselves – you’ll find them here as well.
If you’re just looking for dirt bike tire tubes, tools or accessories, you’ll find them here as well. We’ve set ourselves up to be the best one-stop shop for all your dirt bike needs – and tires and wheels are at the top of our list! So whatever it is you need, take a moment to browse our extensive selection. You won’t be disappointed by our offerings.