I’ve hade this tire for a couple weeks now and hav me gone riding a week at the desert on it, the tire still didn’t even look used. The last tire I bought only lasted a couple day out where I go but this one was far superior.
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...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.
How this tire has any good reviews.... I race 20 races a year on the east coast, NOBODY buys this tire. However the AT81 rear is excellent. Bridgestone M59 FTW!
This tire came stock on my YZ50FX and I like it just fine. So I got another one that I will be running with the MX52 Rear. The Dunlops seem to have a really good balanced compound that is pliable for grip yet still durable. I have run Maxxis IT's a lot in the past.
This tire works great every where
17yo on a YZ125. Maybe it was the tire!!!
I like this tire for the Colorado. it works well in many different types of terrain and lasts.
This tire is by far the best I've ever run. It works great in sugar sand all the way to blue groove and holds up very well. Highly recommend for offroad racing like hare scrambles or endure.
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