Dunlop D803 Rear Trials Tire

$147.99
$94.99 (36% off)
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Dunlop D803 Rear Trials Tire
Dunlop D803 Rear Trials Tire
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Created as a championship-caliber trials tire, the D803 also delivers in a wide range of conditions for trail riding.

The D803 was Geoff Aaron's 2006 AMA Trials Championship tire. Geoff Aaron makes his living touring the country as a RedBull Athlete, performing trials demos. If one man could be considered an authority on trials tires, it would be Geoff, his is an opinion you can trust.

  • Compliant carcass construction helps deliver excellent traction.
  • Engineered for superior grip.
  • Radial-design rear tire works great for off-road trail riding.
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Location: Birmingham, AL, USA
Tobyj128
Great grip

1st trials tire. So far so good. Paired with tubliss and mounting was a snap, maybe half the time of a tubed knobby. Tire is ridiculously soft which makes it very grippy but i'm not optimistic about tread life. But not to worry, the grip is worth it.

Dunlop D803 Rear Trials Tire
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Ohio
trialsrider
Good tire and price

I ride trials at the expert level and like this tire. It has a better price than the Michaeline trials tire and is just as grippy.

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Location: Dallas, Oregon
Rideaholic

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Location: Northwest Indiana
525exc
Great rock/hardpack traction

A little tough to mount but has outstanding traction on very hard pack surfaces. At the end of 5 days in West Virginia it was wore out and starting to loose knobs. Not impressed with the longevity but the traction is impressive. Had to ride on flat briefly it was almost unrideable. I ran 10 psi with good traction but still dinged the rim at high speed on a square edged rock but my bike is heavy 255lbs dry with no fuel.There is definitly a learning curve to riding this tire it handles quite a bit different than a knobby. It worked very well for the rocky singletrack in West Virginia.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: nv
maxx
Great desert tire

I love this tire. I have almost 500 miles on mine, racing a 08 ktm 200 xcw and the traction for technical rock climbing, waterfalls, ledges, and rock gardens is great. i like the way i can drive over over baby head boulders without unsettling the bike. it even works fine in deep sand washes. i just did an 82 mile race in nipton and 60 miles was whooped out sand washes and it did great. on the fireroads, i have hit 75 mph without any problems. this tire has lost a few knobs but otherwise looks like it has another 500 miles to go.

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