Artrax SX1 Rear Tire

$89.99 - $91.99
$59.99 - $64.99
4.30 out of 5 stars
 
Artrax SX1 Rear Tire
Artrax SX1 Rear Tire
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  • Please note: Tire sizes vary by ride, please check your current tire and wheel sizes before placing the order. If you have any questions, please call Customer Service at 1-888-676-8853.

Incredibly, the Artrax SX1 motorcycle tire offers both excellent grip off-road and unbeatable control at the track, and does it all at a very reasonable price.

  • Made for Intermediate / Hard terrain.
  • The Artrax SX1 has been developed for use on intermediate to hard terrain and delivers the control for which you are looking.
  • The SX1 tire has ribbed sub-tread between the lugs to add control in soft conditions.
  • Shoulder knobs help you put power down in the turns.
  • The stiff sidewall with 4-ply construction resists punctures and helps absorb shock when going big.
  • Widely spaced knobs help to prevent the tire from getting completely packed with mud and dirt, thus providing great clean-out and excellent bite.
  • Sold individually.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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EFerg83
Great Tire but runs narrow

Great tire. Great tread life. only complaint is that it runs narrow so instead of getting a 110 i got a 120 and looks like a 110. Other then that its a really good tire for the cost, Hooks up in soft and intermediate good.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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yamaha27
Great Buy if Money is Tight!

You won't go wrong with the SX1 tire if you are on a tight budget. I bought this tire over a year ago now and it is still holding up well. Probably will be in the market for another tire soon but It has hooked up well and really done a great job for the price. There is nothing flashy about the back tire of the SX1 but it is a solid tire. May not be the best tire on the market, but I would say it has the best price for the quality you are getting.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Creston Oh
500bear
Great tire for the price

Holding up good on the back of a CR500

Artrax SX1 Rear Tire
Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Omaha, NE, USA
itsallbizz
Good cheap tire

This tire was no more or less difficult to mount than any other "name brand" tire I have mounted over the years. I did use about 50psi to seat the bead correctly. I took my crf450 out to one of the gnarly and rockiest places I ride, the tire hooked up really well, especially while climbing the big hills and up hill switch backs. I could see wear on the tire after one days worth of nasty trails, so I did rate the tire a little lower on the durability but the tire was only 38 dollars. less than half of a "big name" tire.

Overall 2 out of 5 stars
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Location: Northeast washington
Hondo08

This looked like a good tire for the price but it was to narrow of s tire for me and

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
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Location: LA
ben11
Don't Do It. Spend the Extra Bucks...

ok, so here's the thing. i've ran dunlop on my bikes for over 20 years and when i saw the price and the reviews of this tire, i thought to myself, "i am not ryan dungey. i don't have to be riding on some of the most expensive and high performance skins there are. i probably won't even know the difference." the good news: the performance level i ride at is a lot higher than i give myself credit for. fyi...i ride weekly at the vet and main tracks at milestone. i am not fast but i push to my limit. the bad news: I CANNOT TRUST THIS TIRE TO HOLD OFF THE FACE OF A JUMP OR FULL THROTTLE OVER SOME WHOOPS WITHOUT KICKING SIDEWAYS. THIS TIRE IS THE MOST UNPREDICTABLE ONE I'VE EVER RAN. YOU COME OUT OF A CORNER HARD AND RIGHT INTO A DECENT SIZE DOUBLE OR TABLE TOP - WITH THIS TIRE YOU BETTER HAVE THE BIKE COMPLETELY CENTERED CUZ THERE IS NO AMOUNT OF MID-AIR CORRECTING YOU CAN DO TO COMPENSATE FOR THE SIDEWAYS HUCK THAT IT GIVES TO YOUR REAR WHEEL. NOT COOL AT ALL. If you are trail riding I think this tire would probably do just fine. On a performance course with jumps and whoops right out of corners forget about it and spend the extra money.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: South East
Nick
Great Tires for the price!

A little background on me and my riding style, I've been racing for about 10 years mx and mostly woods (hare scrambles, local gncc's). I'm normally in the front of the pack in the B class or running with A riders. So I would say I have a pretty good feel for when tires suck but I'm no Kaileb Russell. I bought the Mx Pro front and the sx1 rear. Installation: A lot of people commented that they had a tough time getting the tire on. As long as you have some experience with changing tires these were no harder than a Maxxis or a Pirelli. Performance: I have a couple one hour motos on these and a day of sand riding. The Mx Pro front did just as good as my geomax's. I never lost confidence in my front tire and traction going over wet roots was on par with any other tire. The rear Sx1 left some side lateral traction to be desired on off cambers and first rolling on the gas coming out of turns. This is more than likely due to the fact that this is a hard/intermediate tire and I was riding on intermediate loamy dirt. Even due to this though I was still able to push pretty hard. I can't wait to try out a Mx Pro on the back. Durability: After about 3 hours of riding the rear tire is showing pretty much the same wear as a typical Dunlop or Bridgestone would. The front still has a few more rides left. Price: The great thing about these tires is the price. You're really getting very close to the same performance of a high end tire for half the price. If the Mx Pro hooks up better and doesn't want to step out as much a new set is going to be on my bike before every race. Summary: For the price you cannot beat these. If you can afford to put a new set of name brand tires on when your bike needs it (every race or 3-5 hours riding) then you will get a little better performance. For guys like me who likes to see your dollar stretch, these are the way to go! (Once I get a couple rides on the mx pro rear I'll update my review)

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Mike
The BEST tire for the money, Period!

Long lasting, great traction and throws a mean roost! I'm sold...team Artrax!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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spazboy

Tire grips well on trails. Price is best to be found.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Palmyra, NY 14522, USA
Chris
Excellent tire for the price!

This tire was not too bad install and has super grippy knobbies for the hard pack dirt!

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Honda542 1 year 2 months ago Location: Kettle Falls, WA 99141, USA
Will this tire hold up in wooded areas and rocky trails?
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1 year 2 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
Yes, this is a intermediate to hard terrain tire. I have personally used this tire in everything from loamy to hard packed/ rocky terrain and it held up and performed great.
1 year ago Location: Buffalo, NY, USA
Jlar977
Yes. Its great for rocky trails and hard packed trails. Just try not to roost your friends!
Karesh195 1 year 7 months ago Location: California
Will the tire hold up in a race?
Would this tire hold up in a worcs race or desert race. Or would u recommend another tire
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1 year 7 months ago
Motoxmike67
Don't really know about a worcs or dessert race, but I've run this tire for months now with little sign of wear. It hooks-up great on hard pack! Haven't lost the rear end with this tire once!!
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
This would be a great tire for Intermediate or hard terrain riding. From what I have seen on these Artrax SX1's they hold up great, especially for the value price of the tire. I would say this would be a great choice to try out.
steve 1 year 10 months ago Location: tx
Is the 110x80x19 a TALLER, FATTER tire than the 100x90x19?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
The 110/80 is wider by 10mm but is actually shorter by about 2mm.
TITO 1 year 10 months ago Location: PUERTO RICO
If i will replace my honda cr125 2007 oem tire 100/90/19 for this tire Artrax SX1 110/80/19 O THIS CHANGE AFFECT MY BIKE?
MotoSport Staff
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
You can run the 110/80-19 tire no problem on your 2007 CR125. The tire is slightly heavier and some people may notice a slight loss in power. Typically this is very minimal and wont be noticed though. I personally run the 110 sized tires on my 125's as they tend to be a little more stable and last a little longer also.
LLHMoto 2 years 5 months ago Location: corona, ca
Who manufactures the Artrax tires?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
Artrax is the brand name and is exclusively sold by Motosport.com.
skippadydoda Over 6 years ago
Will this size tire fit on a rim that currently has a 100/90-19 tire on it?
i want more rubber on the ground for better traction, but the tire on my YZ250F now is a 100/90-19 will this 110/90-19 fit on the same rim?
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
Drewski
Yes, it will fit your stock rim.
Over 5 years ago Location: Altoona
RidePrep
That is the wrong way to go. Yes, it will fit the rim but you will really get less rubber on the ground. The rim on a 250F is more narrow than a 250T or 450. So, if you put this tire on a more narrow rim you will pinch the tire and give the tread more arc. More arc in the tread from left to right means less contact on the ground. Stick with what belongs on your bike and if you want more contact look into lower psi. to do this run the TuBliss System.
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