I only ride MX here in SoCal and this tire works well except in the most hard packed conditions. From sand to drying clay it hooks up well. After 9 MX hours the leading edge is starting to round a little bit but traction is still very good. Contrary to what the numskull says who complains about durability when he rides it on the street, I have found the durability to be on a par, or maybe even a little bit better, when compared to most other brands when the tire is used as designed.
This rear tire came stock on my new yz250f it has the best dang grip ever and i really like this tire, one time it drizzled for like twenty minutes and i went to go ride my home track, i was literally on rails with this tire, i gassed through every rut flat corner berm, you name it i blasted it. but after a week the knobs went down tremndously due to me riding on the concerete for four blocks to get to the track, also the track terrain is mostly hard packed but on rainy days when the dirt turn into mud its a monster. Moral of the story use this ony at a track, a REAL TRACk not your field track and its amazing.
Great compound holds up well
i put this tire on my ktm 150sx, makes a huge difference. this tire puts power to the ground and tracks well. This is the only tire i've had that can pull the front wheel off the ground in 3rd gear coming out of a berm. this is a great tire for the price!! durability has been good as well.
This tire does great at everything I have put it through so far. It does awesome in really loose sandy/muddy trails as well as on hard-packed, rooted, rocky trails. The X20 is more focused towards loose terrain so doing much riding in the rocks will wear it down quickly, but it's has done great so far so I'm not complaining.
works well on my yz250 riding enduro in central TX. sand, mud, dirt single track. x20 is softer than x30 and x40. probably not long lasting for rocky terrain.
Use this tire for single track. works well and doesn't seem to be wearing quickly like you see with the Dunlop AT81.
My first impression of this tire is good. I have only had one day of riding on it so far. In the past I have always bought sand tires to ride here in Central Florida. This is the first time to try a medium compound tire. I typically run with 12 lbs. of tire pressure which is usually good for all the soft sand that I ride in. All the tires I've had in the past were soft enough that I could push in on a middle knob with my hand and it would flex. Not a lot but enough you could see it move. This tire is still rock hard with 12lbs. in it. My first impression of the traction is good so far but I think I'm going to try 10 or 11 lbs. of pressure next time I ride. I ride an 02 KTM 520 and years ago I added another rim lock to keep the tire from slipping on the rim. That adds more problems to changing the tire which I do myself. There is no visible wear on the leading edge of the knobs after the fist day of riding. I've learned over the years that a crisp sharp edge on the knobs makes a big difference in grip in the soft sand. I was also impressed with how quickly I received the tire after ordering.