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219 Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars
5 Star   136 4 Star   55 3 Star   18 2 Star   3 1 Star   7
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carwhore1957 Verified Purchaser
16 days ago Golden, CO
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
This is my second set this season.

This is my second set of these this season. I've switched back and forth between these and the expensive D and B brands. The only difference I can feel is that brand D gives you a superman feel for the first ten minutes of life, after that it's just like the Artrax and brand B. The Artrax outlasted the D & B brands in trail applications 2 to 1! I was very surprised in it's longevity. I ride a 450 and so far haven't experienced any chunking and have always had good traction. For the price of one rear brand D, you get a set, how can you go wrong!

I've read some reviews that said the Artrax was hard to mount. Those individuals must not know how to change tires. The Artrax were easy to mount. So easy in fact, it caused me some concern about the side wall stiffness. But I've never had any problems related to the sidewalls.

Artrax seem to be a great play tire, easy to install and affordable.

Kaden Verified Purchaser
1 month 24 days ago
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Cheap and good quality

Awesome tires! Buy two sets for the price of one set of dunlops!

Brett
2 months 10 days ago
Durability3/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance2/5Style3/5
Super skinny rear tire

The rear tires that they provide are super narrow compared to a Dunlop or any other tire brand really. Good for beginners and intermediate riders but for the racer I wouldn’t recommend it.

Andy2 Verified Purchaser
2 months 25 days ago
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Good quality great tread pattern

Can’t beat the price compared to other brands I plan on buying these again.

Conner
3 months 22 days ago Maple Valley, Wa
Durability1/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance1/5Style2/5
DONT BUY CAUSE OF PRICE

I bought these tires a couple weeks ago cause of the crazy cheap price. within my first ride the tread on the back tire completely went half off. I guess you are getting your moneys worth in that sense, but if your like me dont cheap out get Dunlops cause these tires suck and wear out within three rides

Macsnika
3 months 23 days ago Spokane Wa
Durability2/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance3/5Style4/5
Front way better then rear

Tires looked great. I was excited about the front. Install was ok. Took a lot to set the bead but no issues. My only complaint is the amount of wear I noticed on my rear tire. After less then two hours of riding in what I would call normal moist dirt. not rocky, sandy, or hard pack, I had very noticeable rear tire wear. I don’t have big hopes for the longevity of the tire

Foley Verified Purchaser
4 months 24 days ago Pennsylvania
Nice tires

Really nice tires. Rears have very stiff sidewalls making them a real bear to mount

NoahB889
Over 5 months ago Las Vegas Nevada
Durability5/5Ease of Installation2/5Performance3/5Style3/5
Decent Tire

So I’ve had these for about 4-5 rides about 100-120 miles total on these and they are at about 50% on the rear and the front still looks new with some nipples left. I would definitely suggest you buy a set if you’re looking for a decent set of tires for a affordable price. BUT! They are very difficult to mount on my cr250 and the bead takes tube blowing psi to seat and once you somehow get it to seat without exploding your tube you have to let it sit with the pressure in the sun for a good hour or two and then let the psi back to normal.

Enduro pik Top 250
Over 5 months ago Indiana
Durability5/5Ease of Installation2/5Performance4/5Style5/5
What I think about Artrax Tires

Check out the attached review video!

Pooter
Over 6 months ago Chattanooga, tn
Durability4/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Artrax mx pro tires are excellent!

Tires grip very good on rocks, mud, log crossings, single track, off camber, hill climbs, etc. Worked just as good if not better than a tire that cost twice the money! Wasn't any harder to install than any other tires. I will be buying these tires again!

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32 Questions
Answered:   28
Not Yet:   4
DJ Morris
Q: How wide (inches or centimeters) is the 140 rear tire?
4 months 7 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
4 months 7 days ago
A: 140 millimeters.
Bill
Q: What Artrax tires are DOT approved?
4 months 9 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
4 months 9 days ago
A: In the item description, "DOT Approved", will be listed for all tires.
Jeff
Q: Are the SE3 tires DOT?
Over 5 months ago
DirtyJax
Q: Are the Artrax SX1 directional?
Over 7 months ago
Tyler Gearhead
Top 50
Over 7 months ago
A: No, the SX1 is not directional.
Chris
Q: WHats the difference between the Sticky version? I noticed this is new and costs more. 
Over 8 months ago
Tyler Gearhead
Top 50
Over 8 months ago
A: The Artrax SE3 "Sticky" tire is a hard and firm terrain tire with performance packed into every knob made from a sticky rubber compound for high traction performance.
Letsride
Q: I want put studs in them to try to get winter tires a little cheaper. Would you recommend one of these? If so which ones
Over 8 months ago
Mintthin1
Q: I have a 1974 DT250 would these tires work on my bike ?
Over 9 months ago
Paul
Top 10
Over 9 months ago
A: Yes. The original tires on the 1974 Yamaha DT250 were 3" x 21" front, and 4" x 18" rear. The metric 90/90-21 and 110/80-21 match those original sizes.
Angel
Q: I have a 2001 honda xr80r what size tires fits it?
1 year ago
JamesGearhead
Top 10
1 year ago
A: Your OEM Tire sizes are;


Front Tire: 2.50-16 or 60/100-16
Rear Tire: 3.60-14 or 90/100-14
Kaden
Q: I have a 2007 Yamaha yz250f, my closest track is really hard, like almost pavement hard, I was woundering what's size tires I'd need, and if these tires hold up well on harder grounds? Thanks.
1 year 1 month ago
Paul
Top 10
1 year 1 month ago
A: Yamaha's recommended tire sizes for your 2007 YZ250F are 80/100-21 in front and 100/90-19 in rear.
The Artrax SX1 is ideal for intermediate to hard terrain and are in-stock your correct sizes. The the SX1 tires are the most durable Artrax tires for hard terrain.
Josh
1 year 1 month ago
A: From my experience this tire wears pretty quickly on harder ground. It really performs well in soft terrain.
Carson22
Q: What’s the best tire for motocross 
1 year 2 months ago
TylerGearhead
Top 25
1 year 2 months ago
A: This can vary from application to application and riding condition specific as well. Please call us at 1-888-676-8853 and we can discuss these variables!
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