Great tire for trail riding in sandy areas. It holds up nice and gets great grip in the sand.
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This is a good all around tire(for me anyways). I've taken it to my local state park for some trail riding and hill climbs a couple times already and love the traction. It also works in the sand.
I purchased a set due to the value pricing and have been amazed at the performance for the dollar spent. I ride primarily single track, with dirt and woods. Also have dual sported this tire on rock after rock recently. Performance and side bite is excellent. I have purchased two more sets. Yamaha WR250F, Kawasaki KDX200 and Kawasaki KLX450R.
Been using this model for several years. I have tried many of the 'expensive' brands and come back to this one.
Bought this for a CRF450R in stock size. Grip is great but width is about 1 size narrower than other brands. Wish I would have bought a 120, now I know for next time. Other than that I feel the value is there for a house brand tire.
Wears fast on pavement. 20 miles and it looks 20% gone. If you ride dirt only, it’s great. If you have to touch pavement, try something else.
I’ve been running this tire for around 40 hours and it has done great. For a cheaper tire I didn’t expect it to last very long but it did amazing for around 35 hours before it needed to be replaced. I ride everywhere from the road to mud pits, rock slabs, hill climbs and everything in between with a few trips to the track aswell and I’m impressed with the traction as well. great buy, worth every dime
Bought this because it looked like it would self clean well and it does. Slings thick red clay mud right out where other tires get packed full. Did pretty good on roots and small to medium rocks
I didn't like it very much on hard pack and for climbing rock slabs, it just didn't get enough traction in those areas. I've got about 35-40 hours on it and it's about to need replacement. Would've lasted a lot longer if I didn't ride so much rock.
Can't beat the price, hook up great woods racing
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Question asked by jack
Question:Q: Are they tubeless?Question asked 1 year 1 month ago
Question answered by IsaacUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 1 month agoAnswer: A: No they are not and require a tube.
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Question:Q: Are they DOT approved.Question asked Over 4 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport Staff ExpertQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: No the Artrax TG4 Rear Tire is not DOT approved.