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For over 100 years, champion has been synonymous with Dunlop. Since their founding in 1902, the company has revolutionized the powersports industry from the ground up, their MX tires setting the standard for performance, dependability, and innovation.
Dunlop has always been a company of firsts. American born and raised, it’s in their blood. For their dirt bike tires, Dunlop has worked to implement the revolutionary Progressive Cornering Block Technology (PCBT) – better known as block-in-block technology – in tires like their Geomax to improve cornering and handling. Developments like these give Dunlop the reputation for knowing how to win and, as industry leaders in innovation, research, and product testing, they’re likely to keep that reputation for years to come.
Cutting edge technology in a lightweight, durable carcass – it’s no secret Dunlop off-road tires are race-proven, racer-chosen. With top-performing models like the MX33, MX52, D606, and more, Dunlop continues to prove their commitment to racers, racing, and performance.
Matt in PA
great tire, great traction. I ride mixed from mud to hard pack to rock fields, works well in all of them. Good general tire.Read All Reviews
Howard in HI
Great tire good traction Durability and handling will guarantee buy when wears outRead All Reviews
mark in TN
Bought the front and the rear for my 2018 KTM 250xc. Put on new wheelset with Tubliss. I love the rear, works well in all conditions. Ran it on the MX track, dry and muddy, ran it on the open trails, singletrack, rock sections, creek beds, worked great everywhere. Ran at 8psi. The front was different though. I thought it was ok for trail use but slid out a lot on roots and off camber trails. It felt good most times but was sketchy at times. Wasn't confidence inspiring. I think it would make a fantastic dual sport front tire but for real offroad, I will go back to an AT81 front. The knobs were large and flat which I think contributed to the lack of grab. Maybe the same compound with more aggressive knobs would be great. It was fine on dry trails and the dry MX track.Read All Reviews