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  • Kenda K785 Millville II Medium Terrain Tire

    Donald in NM

    Great Tire

    My favorite tire , I live in North West New Mexico and it works great all year. I mainly ride single track.

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  • Shinko MX216 Series Tire

    jason in CO

    does well in pea gravel / sand

    does well in colorado terrain Beta Evo 300 4T Sport

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  • Tusk Recon Hybrid® Tire

    David in CA

    Great tire

    Great tire for the price. So far it appears that tire wear is acceptable considering that some super soft 'Gummy" tires last 4-5 rides. With a tubeless setup I'm running closer to 10psi in the rear to negate squirming around since the carcass/sidewall seems to be less stiff than some of the more durable tires. So far so good, great traction.

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  • Michelin StarCross 5 Soft Terrain Tire

    Joshua in PA

    Good for a wide variety of terrain.

    I have used the medium compound starcross 5s for years to save money. You get pretty good traction in pretty much all terrains and get above average tread life as well. I usually only have to buy 1 front tire and 2 rears per season (10-13 races per year, riding at least 4 times a month), not bad at all. These tires don't like to be underinflated though. I run the tubliss system (front and rear) and since michelins are well known to have softer sidewalls and carcasses, they love to roll under a certain tire pressure. I usually run these things at 8psi in the front and 4psi in the rear. The rear isn't too much of a problem but if you go under that pressure on the front, that bad boy is gonna roll, and you're probably gonna fall. (Keep in mind i weigh 217lbs. so psi levels may differ for you.)

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  • Dunlop MX33 Geomax Soft/Intermediate Terrain Tire

    Nick in IN

    It's Dunlop..speaks for itself

    I wanted a good, all around set of tires to cover the most possible terrains. This did it. Handling and traction are right on point. Not sure about life yet but I expect a decent life as that has always been my experience with Dunlop.

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  • IRC VE35 Enduro Tire

    JEFF in ID

    Great all around tire

    I read the reviews on the ve 35 and came away worried that I may have made a bad call buying this tire. I’m glad to say I am not disappointed the tire has large knobbies the tire compound is quite flexible the tire goes through rock like no other tire I’ve used the tall knobbies and compound make the bike feel like you spent money revalving the suspension, honestley!! There’s a lot of talk about the tire riding up out of ruts I didn’t find that to be problem what I did notice and I think a lot of reviewers may not be recognizing is the knobbie height and soft tire compound flex’s the knobs tend to roll giving an impression the tire is trying to climb out of the rut in fact the tire is doing what it is designed to do conform and grab traction. I did notice this and it was at slower speed when you can’t look far enough ahead and you tend to bounce side to side off the rut at higher speed I didn’t notice this. However the knob roll does give the impression the tire is under steering but I still could dice through the quick single track turns with ease. The only thing I found to be sketchy is the tall knobs and soft compound does give the feeling of a tire loosing traction in a corner but once I got the feel for the tire it wasn’t an issue. I gave this tire a ???????? Only because a product has to be simply amazing for me to give a 5.

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