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Dunlop
MX51 Geomax Intermediate Rear Tire
$67.60 - $144.90
$42.63 - $87.99
You save up to $56.91 (39%)
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Dunlop Geomax MX51 Intermediate Terrain Rear TireChiseled shoulder block shape improves side traction and makes traversing ruts easier. This tapered shape facilitates knob penetration through soft sur...
Dunlop
MX52 Geomax Front Tire
$37.73 - $123.92
$23.95 - $79.49
You save up to $44.43 (36%)
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Dunlop MX52 Geomax Front TireDerived from top-level AMA Supercross and Motocross racing New Dunlop-patented block-within-a-block knobs offer more progressive cornering action Enhanced handling and kno...
Shinko
705 Series Dual Sport Rear Tire
$76.95 - $150.95
$54.99 - $108.99
You save up to $41.96 (28%)
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Shinko 705 Series Dual Sport Rear TireNew from Shinko Tire USA, the 705 Series are DOT approved dual sport tires designed for 75% street and 25% trail riding. An aggressive tread pattern provides exce...
Bridgestone
X40 Hard Rear Tire
$134.98 - $158.37
$79.99 - $95.99
You save up to $62.38 (39%)
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Bridgestone X40 Hard Rear Tire Convex "Castle Block" for enhanced traction in acceleration and braking  Rear tires feature cooling fin for better heat dispersion Improved grip in all conditions Asymm...

Featured Dirt Bike Tire Video

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

Sonny (Plymouth, VT, VT)

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Tread life

7K and counting

I ride mostly pavement, gravel roads and class 4 roads. Good stability under 65mph, cornering is decent but I don't take turns aggressively. Dry traction is very good and haven't had any problems in the rain. Good on gravel and sand. The rear tire is now over 7K miles with enough tread for about another 1,000. Front has about 5K with a ton of tread but is wearing uneven, scalloping maybe due to improper balance. Excellent value at $90 for the pair shipped.

Max (Atlanta, GA)

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Good Tire

After running the TW42 Bridgestone, going to the 270 was light stepping out of darkness and into the daylight. The difference off road is very significant. When we get any rain the clay here turns to owl snot and you might as well be riding an ice cube on a buttered butt with the trail wings. The Kenda hooks up and bites like you'd hope a dual sport tire would on the clay. Great tire, it gives up nothing at half the price.

Siroma (Marion, MT)

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Great tools

These were as described, extremely helpful in changing my tires. The chromed tools were much softer on the aluminum rims, the black one did the bull work! Used all three and made them quick and enjoyable. Thanks!

Gene (East Mckeesport, PA)

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Did all things well.

I purchased a set of Shinko 705s for my 2012 Triumph Tiger 800XC and after completing a week long seven state eighteen hundred plus mile road trip I am happy to report that these tires performed perfectly. Part of the trip was US 129 better known as the Tail of the Dragon. 318 curves in 11 miles on a fully loaded adventure bike with a 285lb rider these tires worked great. Heavy rains in Georgia and North Carolina, no problems. Gravel forest service roads again no problems. Tread wear after 1800 plus miles looks non significant if any at all. Overall the Shinko 705s handled all road conditions and road surfaces extremely well and for less than $130 bucks you cant ask for much more.

MIKE (GRAND RAPIDS, MI)

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MSR Racing - Heavy Duty Tube

Better tube than standard. I had one problem with a valve stem, which was easily replaced.

ken (Cordova, TN)

Fit
Quality
Installation
Recommend

OEM Tube for My Classic 1500N

This is the OEM tube for my 2006 Vulcan Classic 1500N and the last one served me well with no punctures etc. I decided to get a Metzler tube for the rear with the 90 degree bend as it is a more robust tube. Finding one for the front was 'complex' given Metzler's tube guide which is hard to believe. This was another factor in why I reverted to the OEM for the front. Lastly it is lighter by a bit reducing weight in front which is good for handling.

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