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DunlopMX51FA Geomax Intermediate Front Tire
$76.99 - $79.99 MSRP $117.37 - $120.31
(1 Reviews)
Dunlop MX51FA Geomax Intermediate Front Tire New MX51FA Fronts were developed in the heat of the 2012 AMA Supercross Championship. Lighter, more nimble handling, the MX51FA enhances stability in harde...

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Shinko244 Dual Sport Front - Rear Tire
$26.99 - $57.99 MSRP $33.95 - $85.95
(163 Reviews)
Shinko Dual Sport 244 Series Dual Purpose Street and trail design DOT approved, tube type 4-ply rating All sizes designed for front or rear fitment

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PirelliMT 43 Trials Rear Tire
$72.87 MSRP $117.95
(60 Reviews)
Pirelli MT 43 Trials Rear TireFor trials-type riding and competitions Great performance on hard, wet and dry terrain or indoor events Reinforced bias-ply carcass reduces deformation and maximizes fo...

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PirelliMT 21 Rallycross Rear Tire
$85.99 - $99.99 MSRP $131.95 - $141.95
(30 Reviews)
Pirelli MT 21 Rallycross Rear Tire DOT approved 90% off-road / 10% on-road Provides excellent off-road performance, even over long distances Chosen as one of the most aggressive dual sport tires on...

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How To: Change a Dirt Bike Rear Tire

Want to save time and money? Want to be a dirt bike badass? Then change your own freakin' tires.

Motorcycle Superstore's front man walks you through his preferred technique for changing a rear tire. JC covers the tools necessary and explains why he prefers specific ones. He demonstrates how to perform the work and talks through the reasons for each step.

Dirt Bike / Motocross Tires Department

The dirt bike tires department at Motorcycle Superstore is all about variety. From loam to hard pack to rocks to sand and even dual sports, the diversity of riding surfaces is huge and so is the need for terrain specific tires. And though off-road tires may all look alike, companies like Dunlop, Michelin, Bridgestone and Pirelli have put years into making specialized tires that give the rider that best possible amount of grip, feedback and traction. So the next time you feel the bike sliding, reclaim the edge with a look at Motorcycle Superstore’s selection of motocross tires. And if tire mounting isn’t your thing, check out the Preferred Installer program which allows you to ship you dirt bike tire directly to a service shop in your area for convenient mounting and installation.

Latest Reviews

Richard (Chatsworth, GA)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

So-So

These are best on the road but once you hit the trails, confidence starts to slip as the tire starts to do the same in the mud. They're not terrible mind you, but if you plan to do any amount of semi-hard riding in the dirt, think about an upgrade.

David (Greenwich, CT)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Wore out fast

I ride a Triumph Tiger 800 Road, and ride lots of tight technical twisties. I've run 2 sets of Anakee2s ~ 6-7k and loved those tires - front stayed very even and round and outlasted the rears significantly. I could run 2 fronts to 3 rears, although I prefer to change both at the same time. Now with 5k on a set of Anakee3, my front is nearly at the side wear bars, starting to triangulate (handing heading downhill fast), while the rear is great shape, perhaps half worn. Looks like 2 front to 1 rear on the A3s for me, but I think I'll go back to Metzler Tourances or Next since they don't sell the A2s anymore. All premium tires stick well for me....what I look for is longevity and profile near the end of life and my A3s seem pretty badly mismatched (rear life is great though).

Kim (Ruidoso, NM)

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M403 Front tire

This was the stock tire on my KX450F. Liked it so much that I bought another one. Handles well on hard pack and deep sand. Definitely recommend.

Cody (Boise, ID)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Narrow

Great price, but very narrow compared to most tires this size. I ordered for my sons 65 for an upcoming race. It would be a good trail bike tire, just not a lot of side bit.

Tim (Chattanooga, TN)

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Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
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Pirelli Scorpion

Second set of these tires, I hadn't any issues with the tires on my Honda NC 700 . The rear lasted 8500 miles with mixed riding but 4500 miles were on straight roads on I-40 west and I-10 east. Front is still going about 10000 miles. I wish they were a little more aggressive for dirt or gravel. They don't do too bad for a 95/5 or 90/10. I recommend them for commuting, riding the dragon or good service roads.

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