I have used Dunlop tires for a long time but wasn't happy with their performance in mud/clay. I mostly ride rocky/muddy conditions and these tires do a great job. They aren't as likely to "load up" with mud. I really like these tires.
Its a great tire. It gets traction on pretty much every type of terrain, wouldnt use it for really loose stuff though like sand, but in rocks and mud its amazing. i have about six hours on it and theres pretty much no wear what so ever. i thought putting it on was gunna be hard because the rear m12xc was a pain but it actually went on without almost breaking my tire irons. i would definately buy it again
First time I bought only rear tire over a year ago. Lasted almost a year( kx 250, weekend warrior:)), it still was gripping good at the end of the season. Now I went with a combo. Best choice I ever made. Bike goes wherever I want it to go! None of other tire manufacturers are close in durability!
It's been a few years since I have ran the Michelin tires, but after 2 rides I'm glad I did. This front tire tracks good through the ruts and turns great. Only complaint was that it was pretty tough to install.
I got this tire to replace my worn stock (edges were rounded) dunlop on my 08 WR250F. I didn't think I would notice such a big difference! This tire is outstanding. The extra confidence is well worth the cost of a new tire. I had geat results in medium/hard pack with accational mud puddles and quite a few rocks. It saved my butt a few times while keeping up with my 450 buddies. I'm not sure of durability since I only have 1 ride on the tire. However, there was absolutely no signs of wear after three hours of hard trail riding.