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The Geomax MX11 further extends Dunlop's range of motocross tires. Both front and rear tires boast innovative features that help deliver optimum traction in a variety of sand and mud conditions while providing enhanced stability even under challenging track conditions.
Fits 250cc / 450cc 4-strokes and 250cc-and-up 2-strokes.
Specifically designed for sand and mud use.
Narrow-profile block faces help chisel through and penetrate the sand surface for increased traction and great feel for smoother handling.
Geomax "stabilizer" cross-shaped tread block design helps provide enhanced straight-line traction at speed and during braking, while also assisting lateral stability and braking in corners. This unique design also provides block stiffness for strength and enhanced tire longevity.
The rear's crescent-shaped curve in the tread blocks creates a turbine effect to help provide enhanced straight-line traction, braking stability and self-cleaning properties.
The rear's recessed flex joints between the tread blocks give the tire improved compliance for enhanced traction and ride comfort as well as lighter weight.
Circumferential channels in the tread help enhance stability.
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A: The Dunlop Geomax MX11 Rear Tire is great for sand and mud conditions. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
Location: Dell Rapids, SD 57022, USA
Q: Has anyone studded these for the ice?
1 year 10 months ago
im not an ice racer i just ride the river in the winter, alot of hardpack, and some bare ice, few hill climbs off the river thats about it, i bought this a while ago, and am just looking for second opinions before i start to pump studs in it, thanks
and how does this handle side to side, i might lace up a rim and throw one of these on for a just in case its muddy tire?