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Dunlop Geomax MX52 Rear Tire Dunlop Geomax MX52 Rear Tire bikerdad - Anchorage, AK, USA mx52 "best all around moto tire out the"
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Artrax MX-Pro Rear Tire Artrax MX-Pro Rear Tire MX654 - Excellent tires "I'm not sure why everyone says these are hard to put on, I'm on my 6th set of these tires since 2015 and have never had trouble putting any of them on. Spray a little soap and water around the bead and make sure to keep the part of the tire on the rim already pushed down to the center of the rim, should go right on without any issues. I've tried all different versions of the tires and they all held up well. I'm replacing a set of MX-Pro tires that has about 20 hours ride time and they still have over half tred (Im giving them to a neighbor that has almost slick tires) I don't ride on hard top and I don't ride much on rocks (except what's on a mx track). Overall they seem to hook up well and I've yet to have one rip a complete knobby off. All around I don't think you can go wrong with these tires."
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Dirt Bike Rear Tires

Most dirt bike riders burn through two rear tires for every one front tire. It makes sense since the rear endures much more abuse especially in Motocross. Once the knobs start rounding or you feel loss of grip it's time to change.

If you bought the original rear tire from MotoSport you'll find the replacement right here even if purchased as a combo. If not, don't worry we carry all the name brand dirt bike tire manufacturers so you can grab a new one quick and get back to riding.

Aside from run-down, another reason for switching out the back tire is based on the expected conditions. Some riders install the same brand and style others might use a different brand or terrain type in the front compared to what's rolling in the back. It's all based on personal preference but in some cases like dune riding you'll need to change out your Motocross rear tire for a paddle or sand tire.

MotoSport stocks a wide selection of rear dirt bike tires to address every riding style and terrain type. Be sure to check your current tire and wheel size and then use the drop down menus to ensure the right fit for your dirt bike. If you have questions or want advice on switching to a different rear tire give us a call at 888-676-8853 or use the Live Chat.