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Verified Purchaser
Lacombe, La
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Awesome

These tires hook up.

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Alma, MI 48801, USA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 4/5 Style 5/5
Great price nice tires

Hold the trail nicely will buy again!

Minnesota, USA
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Like it so far

Riding woods in Minnesota and it is hooking up like no other.

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South Carolina
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Awesome tire

Great traction from sand to hard pack.

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Idaho, USA
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Michelin S12

Great tire will definitely buy again.

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Los Angeles, CA
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 3/5 Performance 5/5 Style 4/5
Great tires

These tires are great. They look good, were easy to install, and are great on the trails!

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Charlotte North Carolina
Durability 3/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
One of the best tires on the market!

I ride a lot of single track, hair scrambles. I'm in North Çarolina with hard packed clay,rocks and even a little sand. I also used a Michelin bib mousses in the tires. I ride a 2008 CRF 450 R. If you're looking for a tire that's going to last you all summer,this is not the tire for you. This is a race ready tire ,it is a softer compound for lack of better words I call it the gecko tire ,it is a soft sticky tired .

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Charlotte, NC, USA
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 4/5
Excallent price

Great tire for sandy and loose soil. Muddy riding has great grip.

Verified Purchaser
Durability 4/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Good traction

Only had for a few rides but they hook up great one of the better tires I have purchased

Verified Purchaser
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5

Received item quickly will definitely purchase from seller again couldn't be more happy

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Miller863
Q: What tires are best for mud and slick clay looking for a tire that cleans out really well and don’t get pack up with mud 
4 months 16 days ago
JamesGearhead
Top 10
4 months 16 days ago
A: A softer compound tire is going to give you the best traction in the mud and sand. There are great choices for the tire you've specified, this tire included.
Redguy
Q: I what numbers do I need to match for a tire to fit on my rims. For example I have a front tire 80/100x21 and a rear 130/90x18
Over 5 months ago
Motoexpert
Top 25
Over 5 months ago
A: The first number is the tire width, the second is sidewall height, and the third is rim diameter. So 21 and 18 is the size of your rims on your bike. Please feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to answer any other questions you have about tires.
Michelin Tire Combo
JamesGearhead
Top 10
Over 5 months ago
A: The last number is the wheel size. In this case; you have a 21" front rim and an 18" rear rim.
bananarocket515
Q: I own a 2002 rm125 and it I have tons of issues with the tires washing out from under me..
2 years 8 months ago
It just likes to slip and slide and i have alot of rocky trails and the bike jus tries to come out from under you constantly so what would be the best tire set for me? i ride mostly dirt trails and some gravel roads and very rocky places and some sandy places and muddy.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 8 months ago
A: Tire pressure, suspension settings, riding position and style can all play a big part in getting traction and keeping your bike on two wheels. It is also hard to have a tire that will work in all conditions from hard pack, rocks and gravel to mud and sand. Generally most tire manufactures offer 3 tread compounds, soft, medium and hard to work best with the terrain you are riding. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 so we can get a little more information from you to help select a tire that will work best for you.
KtmFreak
Q: What Size?
Over 3 years ago
I have 2014 Ktm 250xcw I want the S-12's which rear size is close to stock the 110 or 120?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: Your 2014 KTM 250XCW came stock with a 100/100-18, the 110/90-18 would be closest to that stock size
* Tire size listed in the drop down is conventional sizing not Michelin sizing. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
MuddySA
Q: Need a good desert tire.
Over 3 years ago
I live at the NW edge of Las Vegas and ride my 2013 YZ450 out in open desert only. I have gone in circles looking for a tire that can hold up to the very sharp rocks around here. I'm now looking at these in the HP4 pattern. Do you have any feedback you can possibly give me about them? Could these last longer than the Dunlops, Maxxis and other brands I've tried for hard pack?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: For the hard rocky terrain I recommend the Maxxis Maxxcross Desert IT Tire. They hold up about the best in the rocks.
JoseDirt
Q: What's your dirt bike tire combo recommendation for riding the Rockies...steep hills, loose rocks, babyheads, forest trails?
Over 4 years ago
Terrain is varied where we ride. You may start off in sandy to rocky soil, progress up a steep hill with aggregate soil and loose rocks, venture through forests with sandy, clay surfaces and waterholes, connect to other trails via rocky roads with small rocks protuding up through the road surface, coast down hills with large ruts previously cut by rain and running water, cruise through meadows with grass and weeds growing over trails....it'd be nice to do both front and back tires, with your combo offer. The tires being replaced are Maxxis Desert IT...120/100 x 18 on the rear, 80/100 x 21 on the front, both of which lasted only two years.
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
Over 4 years ago
A: From the description of your riding terrain, any hard pack tire would work for you.

For the life of the tires, that is very subjective to a variety of factors. We cannot guarantee any life span on the tires, but if you select the correct terrain tires for your riding, they will last the longest for you.
Offshore4
Q: For 03 crf230f on south Alabama grass, dirt wooded trails with sandy banking turns?
Over 4 years ago
What recommended front and rear tire? Michelin or other?
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago
A: Michelin, Dunlop and Bridgestone are all great tire manufacturers. You will have to experiment a little to find a tire that works best for your type of riding and terrain. A soft/intermediate tire compound like the Michelin S12 XC would be a good place to start.
Nancy
Q: My son rides a Honda CRF150 mostly in the dirt, some hard pack to get where he is going - we need two new tires - what do you recommend
Over 4 years ago
MotoSportRyanT
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: The Michelin MH3 Tires would be perfect for Intermediate to Hard Terrain riding.
eric
Q: Which tire should i get
Over 5 years ago
i was wondering what tires for a 1996 cr125 would be best for riding in sand/dirt pretty much offroading not track tires
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: The Starcross series of tires are great tires. For your application you would want the MS3 style which would be their medium-soft compound that works well in the sand and softer conditons. For your 1996 CR125 you will want an 80/100-21 front and a 100/90-19 rear size tires. Another good tire that i really like are the Bridgstone M403/M404 Combo. This is an intermediate terrain tire. They work well in most terrain and hold up really well.
kawi66
Q: What type of tire woulyou recommend for beginner mx rider
Over 5 years ago
MotosportStaff
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago
A: Tires suggestions actually would depend more on the terrain you are riding. Most tire manufacturers make Soft, Intermediate and Hard Terrain tires to best fit the customer's needs. If you are unsure on what style terrain you ride the most, it would be beneficial run an intermediate tire. If you need any help picking some out feel free to give us a call and we'd be happy to get you set up. 1-888-676-8853.
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# Part Numbers
Front Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
80/100-21 02221
80/100-21 87-9261
90/100-21 87-9251
80/100-21 87-9277
90/100-21 87-9262
90/100-21 87-9260
80/100-21 98899
80/100-21 87-9250
Rear Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
100/100-18 87-9254
120/80-19 87-9269
110/90-19 87-9268
100/90-19 87-9267
120/90-18 87-9266
100/90-19 05617
100/90-19 87-9278
110/90-19 87-9263
130/80-18 26749
130/70-19 (110/90-19) 11907
120/90-18 35003
110/90-19 20671
110/100-18 34360
110/90-19 87-9279
120/90-18 87-9256
110/90-19 87-9258
100/100-18 36759
110/100-18 87-9255
100/100-18 87-9264
100/90-19 87-9257
110/100-18 87-9265
120/80-19 87-9259
120/90-18 (100/100-18) 12410