Chuck (lake havasu )
Tire is good for desert riding with 14-15 PSI. Usually ride Maxxis, but trying this with lower cost to see. So far after 6 hrs., its good even in soft deep sand, rock, hard dirt, and mud.
Jonathan (Asheboro )
Best tire for the track or trails!
Michael (Fairview )
I had been reading reviews on these for a while and they sounded like the best tire ever made, I bought a set and installed them just before going out to Madras/Redmond Oregon for a 3 day ride and I must say they performed very well in the softer powder dirt like at China Hat , one word of advise though don't even look at a rock or gravel because on the first ride I went out for about 20 minutes and I came back to camp and took a look at the rear tire and I just about went into shock, it had as much wear as riding for a month on it , after three days of riding about four hours a day the rear tire was worn about the same as the old Dunlop 756 that came stock on my 2014 YZ250 that was nearly worn out with 11 rides on it , so these need to be ridden in sandy soft dirt to last, the front tire held up fine and seemed to wear about as well as any tire I've used and got great traction too, so I guess I'll be looking for another tire again since they've discontinued my favorite M404/m403 combo, I didn't get to ride in any wet area that's why I put a low rating for wet traction
Dave (Winston Salem NC )
I replaced an IRC on the back of my Husqvarna te410 with the MT16 110/100x18 and have never found a weather condition or terrain that it will not work well in. I ride in hard pack clay and rocks as well as soft loamy rocky terrain and it very seldom loses traction. The best tire for the money for off road woods ridding.
Timothy B (Dudley )
This tire rips! Got it for mainly southwick and some trail riding! This tire hooks into everything. I've ridden it for about 5 rides now and it's holding up great! I would recommend this tire to anyone where a softer to intermediate tire is needed. Not to mention the price was great too.
Brendan (Pittsburgh )
It's a decent tire for the kind of riding I do, which is offroad riding. However, after 1 month (about 25 hours of riding) the knobs reached 40-50% and the started to shred to pieces. The knobs are all ripping off. One even went down to the core of the tire. I ride a YZ250 2 stroke, and i have to ride about a quarter mile of road to and from the trails. If you have a less powerful bike, It will probably last you a bit longer. Because of the cheaper cost, I would buy it again