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Dunlop Geomax MX33 Rear Tire

Dunlop Geomax MX33 Rear Tire

Nidgewell - Maui, Hawaii Awesome tires "My 7 year-old, stuck at 1m 42 secs for his lap time at the track here on Maui, shaved 14 seconds off that time down to 1m 28 secs all thanks to these new tires. That's HUGE!"
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Dunlop Geomax AT81 Front Tire

Dunlop Geomax AT81 Front Tire

83venture - Port Angeles, WA Great purchase... "...as always with Motosports. You know, I have to grin every time I read a tire review because new tires are always an improvement over a worn tire so it's hard to judge how each tire compares unless you're swapping between two new ones on the same terrain. I've just always had good luck with Dunlops and the AT81 seems to grip well in the varied stuff we see in the PNW. (I run at least 11 lbs to keep from banging the rim.) Still searching for that "perfect" tire though, and thinking about trying a fatty next time, or a 90/90 size. We have an awful lot of roots and river rock here so that may be the ticket to absorbing some of that without having to jack pressure up so high that the tire feels like it's skating on marbles when you hit the river rock."
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Dunlop: A History of Firsts

John Dunlop thought his invention for his son's tricycle was a first. Once he successfully tested his pneumatic tire he patented it in December 1888. Two years later his patent was declared invalid because Robert Thomson patented the idea more than 40 years earlier. But we know who the real winner is here. Know anyone riding around on Thomson tires?

The Dunlop name in rubber and tires is long and complicated. It started in 1889 as the Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co. Ltd when it commercialized John Dunlop's invention. Over the years the Dunlop name encompassed numerous products and ventures and was bought, sold and merged with several times. Despite the perceived turbulence, Dunlop is a strong brand and is now sold in Europe and the United States by Goodyear. Dunlop has manufactured motorcycle tires in Buffalo, NY since 1920 and today it is the only major motorcycle tire manufactured in the US.

Though John Dunlop lost his patent he was the first to actually make the pneumatic tire. His legacy for firsts continues to this day. Dunlop was first to introduce the use of Kevlar belts in motorcycle tires and they produced the first OEM radial street tire. Dirt bike riders can thank Dunlop for the first 20-inch front tire for off-road use and the company was first to manufacture premium tires for mini-bike riders.

Ride Away on Dunlop Motorcycle Tires

MotoSport's catalog of Dunlop motorcycle tires is extensive. What else would you expect from MotoSport and a company that's been manufacturing tires for more than 100 years! A favorite among cruiser enthusiasts, we feature 144 Dunlop motorcycle tires and tire combos for your Yamaha, Kawasaki, Honda, BMW, Harley-Davidson or whatever you enjoy touring around on.

Unlike cars, motorcycle tires are not interchangeable therefore we make it easy for you to buy the correct front and rear tires for your bike. We also have combo packages allowing you to buy both. MotoSport makes it easy to find the size you need too.

MotoSport features one of the largest selections of Dunlop motorcycle tires for cruiser bikes on the web. If you need help call our toll free line 866-677-7338 or chat with an expert.

MotoSport offers fast, free shipping on orders Over $49.