great tier hard to install but well worth the for the price you pay and holds up really good. great soft terrain tier
Michelin Starcross MS3 Front Tire
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Developed for intermediate to soft tracks, StarCross MS3 tires helped win five MX2 World Championships. StarCross MS3 tires deliver the best traction of all Michelin motocross tires on loose dirt, thanks to their widely spaced knobs. The StarCross MS3 tire excels in steering precision and braking performance.
- Michelin designed the StarCross MS3 motorcycle tire for soft to intermediate terrain.
- Developed with serious racers in mind, and feature a reversible tread pattern that clearly shows when to reverse the tire on the rim.
- With mirror image knobs, the Michelin MS3 motorcycle tire provides equal traction in both directions on a wide range of terrain.
- Features an M-block knob pattern with reinforced scoop-like knobs that are widely spaced with staggered shoulder knobs for superb cornering action.
- Also features super-stiff sidewalls for high-impact shock absorption on impact.
- A flexible tread pattern that minimizes rebound on rough tracks and helps keep the tire in contact with the ground.
- Note: Sold individually.
Very aggressive tire, hooks up great in all conditions and really excels in soft ground. Very capable on hard ground but if you constantly ride on hard ground get the MH3.
Great tire but you have the wrong picture on your website. This is my favorite front tire of all time. Not as good in deep deep sand as the S12, but works better everywhere else, especially on moderate to soft dirt and much better on harder ground. Very predictable and great working tire and lasts a long time. Also check some other websites, this one is pretty expensive for this tire.
Only Bubba Stewart wouldn't like this tire.
Best tire on the market for soft dirt. Way better than Dunlop MX31 and, MX51, better than Bridgestone M403 and M203. Run a little soft @10-12 PSI for best results.
If this tire washes out on your bike, check the rider sag and fork tube height - something is wrong with your setup and it's not the tire.
Best front tire i have ever had. Hands down.
this front tire is my favorite tire. hooks up good on lose dirt...
i lve in central new jersey i have everything from sand to clay and for an soft to intermidiate tire it stuck on the clay and awesome in the sand real tacky
I AM RUNNING THIS ON A CRF450R. THIS TIRE OUT RIGHT SUCKS! I NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS CORNERING TILL I RAN THIS TIRE! ITS NOT WORTH THE PACKAGING ITS SHIPPED IN! SAVE YOUR MONEY
Tire works great in the desert and on the track..
I bought a set of MS3 exclusively for track use. So far they provide excellent and predictable traction. Whether hard braking, accelerating through loam or cranking the bike hard over in berms, these tires are confidence inspiring. The wear characteristics are very good as well for soft to medium terrain.
MS3's are the best tires ever. They get crazy traction, even on hard pack and the longevity is excellent. After trying Bridgestone 404's, Dunlop 739,742, 756, 952, Kenda Millvilles and Washougals, Artrax SX1, and a set of Maxxis(can't remember the model), these are the only tires that I run.
these tires hook up hard or soft and still get great traction even when they lose their edge.
This front performs decent for its intended surface, It cleans the muck off very fast at speed and hooks up pretty good under soft conditions but it does not handle very good in hardpack conditions or when sidehilling meaning that it steers much harder and makes the front end seem much heavier. I have not had much instances of this tire washing out on me but it will in some cases.
This tire is awesome in the sand compared to other intermediate tires. At the same point, it transfers to hard pack very well also even though it's geared towards softer terrain. great traction without washout.
doesn't hook up really good. it washes out a lot. but doesn't clog up in muddy stuff
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