Works great for sand and mud. Have not had any Installation issues as others have, this is the 4th tg4 on the bike with no problems.
Artrax TG4 Rear Tire
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A great motocross tire does not have to come with a high price. The Artrax TG4 tire will keep you on the track or trail without spending a fortune.
- Made for Soft / Intermediate terrain.
- The front TG4 features T-style shoulder knobs that help put power down in the turns.
- The TG4 rear tire features a cupped style tread pattern to increase straight line traction in soft to intermediate terrain.
- A ribbed sub-tread on the TG4 tire gives additional traction and control when digging deep in soft sand and dirt.
- Widely spaced knobs are utilized to prevent the buildup of dirt.
- Stiff sidewall with 4-ply construction keeps the debris from puncturing the TG4 tire.
- Sold individually.
Tire hooked up, covering mud, rocks and ruts.
Hooks up great and lasts longer than any Brigstone or Dunlop.
Works well in soft stuff wears long.
I live in North Florida. I ride mostly motocross. Most tracks around here are a mix of clay and sand. This tire is awesome!!! It hooks up awesome!! I put the tires on myself, very easy with 3 spoons. You can't beat the price, just under $100 for a front and rear tire!! I'm sold!
I have ran this tire on a few different bikes of my own (05 yz250f, 08 RMZ 450, and 08 KTM 250XC) and some of my riding buddies have tried it. Here'w what I think ... In soft terrain it's a great tire hooks up like a soft terrain tire should cleans out easily. Now that being said if you run the tire on any kind of hard pack and you ride aggressively it is going to show wear very quickly. Some of the more expensive tires cross over between hard and soft terrain better but for the money I can't complain. Thanks Motosport for offering an affordable product that provides adequate performance for us weekend warriors!!
Ordered this Artrax TG4 rear with a Artrax MX-Pro Front .
Took one Ride out in the desert with them so far and They feel great .
The only complaint I have is that they wont last .
First and only Ride so far and chunks of rubber are missing from the knobs in the rear .
The front looks great except that there's a 1 inch rip in the tire .looks like a factory defect .
I have these tires installed on a 2015 rmz450 .
Next time I'll just spend the extra cash and get a tire that will last .
For being an inexpensive tire, this thing is amazing. It may not last as long as some of the more expensive Bridgestone or Dunlop tires but it definitely has the same traction... In the woods at least. Would I recommend this tire for blasting around a track or doing any serious racing? No. However, if you just like to ride around with your friends, blasting through the wood and you don't have a lot of money to spend then this is your tire. It hooks especially well in soft, loose dirt or in sand or mud. The tread pattern on this thing looks almost like a paddle tire. My only complaints about this tire would be the rather difficult installation and how fast the leading edge wore down. The sidewall on this tire was so stiff that I broke two of my tire irons and bent one of them. I ended up having my local motorsports shop mount it for around 15$. This may not be an issue with other tire sizes (mine is 100/100-18) or maybe it was just the one I bought. Anyway, don't let this stop you from buying this tire. I will definitely be buying more of these for my other bikes.
So far I've ridden it in a muddy field. And it hooked incredibly well. Great bang for the buck. And it is a bear to get on though. Prett sttiff tire
I was hesitant to buy a tire that is not a name brand due to the horror stories we have all heard. That is NOT the case with this tire... It was a little stiff when mounting it, but other than that this tire could not be more perfect. I ride a RMZ450 on a mixture of motocross races, GNCC woods races, and trail riding in Wellsville Ohio. If you don't know what Wellsville is, look it up... It is a very rough place to ride and normally eats tires up... I'm on my 4th ride on this tire, and you barely can tell the tire has been used. And I'm not gentle to my bike either. If you're looking for an all around amazing tire, or just specific for only woods or motocross, I encourage you to check this tire out. I've always ran Michelin, Dunlop, Pirelli, etc. You cannot beat the price and from now on I will be running this tire... It also looks amazing on the bike as well. Happy riding...
went on just fine, use the right tire tools, worked great in soft or intermediate terrain, when track got dry traction went away.
These tires worked great and last JUST as long as the other big names and they save me a BUNDLE of money.
My usual track is Glen Helen Raceway
I ride a CRF450 in florida and the TG4 tires work great in the sand.
they are easy to install and last a long time. I ride hare scrambles with the Florida tral riders ran 10 races plus alot of practice before replacing the tire. Im now on my second one. Well worth the money.
The Artrax is a cost effective way to keep new rubber on your ride, the TG4 has been my choice for softer sandy type soils and muddy winter conditions with a bigger scoop like lug spacing that take a bite with out feeling weird when on the edge of the tire in a corner. It cleans out instead of balling up, and holds the sharpness of the lug corners for a long time. I will be buying another one soon.
this is my favorite tire by far the price is good, tire hooks in all terrain and for a soft tire it holds up very well
I have always ran Michelin S12 or Maxxis SI on my KTM 300xc in the past. Those get expensive when replacing every couple races. The Artrax has held up just as long as the Mich and Maxxis and provided similar traction results. I will continue buying these TG4 tires in the future and I recommend anyone to give them a shot.
This is a good deal for a tire that doesn't cost very much. I ride wooded muddy trails and so far the tire is working out just fine. The tire is a little stiff, which also makes it a little harder to get on but not too bad.
I rated this tire high but only have 1 ride (4 hrs). Wear seemed very good since I had very little (just leading edges) on my CR500. Ground ranged from soft to hardpack. Traction was awesome climbing hills. I just ran trails at our OHV so no MX. I said easy to mount because I had the bike shop do it. Appears to be a great buy for the money.
Was looking for mud at race but got hard packet clay instead, so got to test for wear instead. 100% tracktion with some slick spots total fun with almost to much tracktion!
I had been burned before getting no name tires so I was very apprehensive about this but I needed a tire on a low budget. I have to say I am surprised about the quality of this tire. I can't say I had to sacrifice any noticeable performance and the sidewall is plenty stiff. Went right on no problem except the bead never popped completely. But I didn't fight with it just rode and tried it again.wear look least on par with the countless other $90 tires I have ruined over the years. Only problem was the 110/100-18 is definitely not as wide as my old 404. Next time I will get a 120 and a front.
This is my second rear TG4, on my 450. I never wore out first one but it was a 110-19 and it was pretty skinny on my 450. It worked well in mud and loose dirt but was pretty slippery on hardpack clay compared to a Bridgestone 404. I just purchased same Artrax TG4 in 120 width and swapped it with partially worn 404 rear(I have two rear wheels) Much better hookup ! Felt like I picked up 10 hp especially on loose parts of my practice track. This tire does seem to rob some HP over the 404( mostly because its not spinning) but I doubt I will ever put the bridgestone back on. Maybe will try gearing down slightly.
No issues with chunking so far On the TG4, holding up well .
FYI the TG4 in a 120 width is a 1/4 narrower than A Bridgestone 404 110-19 So if you have a 450 id defiantly go for the wider TG4
Mounted up easily with some Windex.