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  • Bridgestone M59 Soft Terrain Tire

    Jarem in UT

    amazing in the badlands

    Just spent Labor Day Weekend riding badlands (think swingarm city). This tire might just be the best I've ever used out there. I am eager to try it in the sand washes of Moab. 1 weekend doesn't give much opportunity to judge longevity, but I don't see anything alarming so far. (running on a YZ250 with tubliss)

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  • IRC VE33 Enduro Tire

    Phil in KS

    Great durability and traction

    Tire has performed well over 20+ hours of gnarly and rocky riding. Tire held up better and performed better than new Maxxis and Dunlop rear tires on bikes riding same terrain.

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  • IRC VE35 Enduro Tire

    Junior in CA

    Good tire, might take some getting used to

    I'm not tire expert but this is what I'd call a soft-knobby tire, meaning that if you're used to something stiffer it will feel kind of unsteady under you. But I've come to like the feel because it has a bit of forgiveness that has been great for the desert terrain I mostly ride. I did up it to 13 PSI (I usually run 11 PSI on stiffer tires) and that helped. Don't take that to mean it isn't tough--two weeks ago I rode the last 30 miles of a 40-mile NHH race with it flat (partially thanks to Tubliss) after a thorn pierced it (Slime didn't seal it for some reason).

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  • Maxxis Maxxcross Desert Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Brian in IL

    Tire lasts forever.

    I bought this for my trip to moab. I wanted a tire that wouldn't chunk out in a day. This one lasts forever. Also rode this one on the street quite a bit and just rounded the corners. Still has some good knobbies if you wanted to cut them. It is horrible in the sand though. At slickrock, I couldn't find traction in sand.

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  • Maxxis Maxxcross Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Adam in CO

    LONG lasting

    First time running this tire. So far I have 12 hrs on it here in Colorado riding in deep pea gravel/rock/hardpack, it's FINALLY starting to round the corners the slightest amount. If you flip this after 18-20 hrs, this sucker is going to last a long long time. Very impressed. Traction is night and day compared to the stock at81 on my yz250x.

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  • Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Paul in PA

    Great tire!

    Best dual sport tire for my type of riding, lot of rocks, roots, forest roads, rarely on tarmac. Long lasting, I pair them with Bridgestone UHD tubes, 10-15 psi depending on conditions. I have tried other "tires of the month" but always go back to AC10s, reliable performance and value.

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