I purchased this tire for a 450 Suzuki mistake!! For some reason I order the same size I took off my bike and it looks like A tire for a RM 125 very small ??? When you hold the old tire up to it I'm missing the inch and a quarter on both sides of the tire ?? .. old tire was Geomax
Maxxis Maxxcross SI Rear Tire
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17yo on a YZ125... Maybe it was the tire!!!
Great product always been a fan of maxxis has grip when you need it on any terrain I've hit
Just purchased this tire for the 2nd time. Great tire, with very good wear characteristics and performance. Rode this tire past 50% tread before replacing and even with rounded knobs this tire hooked up very well. No knob chunking and very handling characteristics. The sidewalls are rather stiff and its a difficult tire to mount by hand or else it would have gotten 5 stars across the board. I will continue to buy this tire.
im very pleased with this tire! i run a 120/100/18 and a 90/100/21 on my 2000 ktm lc4 sxc and i have NO complaints! tires grip very well! would buy again
I purchased this tire in July, had it on my bike by August, and now (December) Many of the knobs have broken off. Mostly used for trail riding in loose dirt, mud, and loose rocks. Some desert riding. Performed really well, great cornering, but terrible durability. Very disappointed, would not recommend.
Great Traction, Long Lasting.....
the tire keeps on giving... durability like no other and the knobbies wear down like they should. SLOWLY.
The Maxxis Maxxcross SI tires I highly recommend for anyone in the Offroad Motorcycle community, the tire holds up well in all conditions as I can attest as a racer in the AMSOIL GNCC Series. Sand, Roots, Rocks, Hard-Packed, Mud. From woods to moto this tire delivers.
This is a great tire if you are looking for something that's good for mud and hard pack to rocks.
I've had this tire on my last 2 dirt bikes and love it very good in mud and hard pack
Great performance as far as grip is concerned and has good durability.
Maxxis tires are great tires. I like the si for all around riding. only tire i use
The tread on the tire is smaller than most other tires. About half as tall as my friends tire was new
It is good while it lasts, gets slices and wears quicker, after it is wore down, it doesn't perform great like the Pirelli's I have used for a long time now
This tire is great for muddy and slick tracks. I love this tire I can corner a lot better with this tire. i just get way more traction then any other one i had. and i think no other better tire than this one.
What a great tire, works in sand / mud. I would buy another one
This tire is amazing. The first one I bought I got down in Flordia right before the start of the gncc in West River Gate. The tire did amazing in the sands of Flordia. I then raced in Goregia, South Carolina, and went on a weekend long ride in the West Virginian mountains and the tire stuck to everything I could throw at it. The best part was THIS WAS ALL ON THE SAME TIRE!! After that first impression nothing has changed and this is the only tire I will race with. It finds traction on anything and is very flat resistant. Recently I started running the tire with the tubliss system and even love it more.
I race strictly harescrambles during the wetter winter months and this has been a great tire. Amazing traction that helped my confidence in the softer stuff. It is also a great mud tire. A little stiffer sidewall made installation a little tougher, but not a big deal. This tire only lasts about 3 races for me which is really good considering the rocks and roots we deal with. Will order again!!
If you are willing to pay the high price for tires and for the maximum quality you want to go with Maxxis. I used these when i was racing and you can't get a better tire. The tire lasts FOREVER, sticks to the burms, doesn't sling your bike all over the track... It is just an amazing tire.
The first number represents the width of the tyre inside the rim.
The second number represents the vertical height of the tyre (measured from the inside diameter of the tyre - not the seat of the rim)
The third number represents the diameter of the rim (in inches)
The first and second numbers are metric measurements, the third number is measured in imperial (inches).
So a 120/90-18 is slightly "shorter" in height than a 120/100-18.