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8 Must-Stock Dirt Tire Options

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TKC-80 DUAL SPORT TIRE

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Continental Tires developed the TKC 80 Twinduro as a competition off-road tire for heavy Enduro bikes. Collaborator and legendary Enduro world champion Richard Schalber worked with BMW to develop this tire equipped with good self-cleaning properties, excellent road handling abilities, and the best grip on soft terrain. The TKC 80 is ideal for riders who want to combine excellent road properties with outstanding off-road qualities.

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SHINKO 520 SERIES INTERMEDIATE/HARD TERRAIN TIRES

The Shinko 520 Rear tire, featuring a high carbon compound and directional tread patterns, works well in a wide variety of soil conditions: from soft to intermediate to hard terrain. The tire’s reinforced knobs resist tearing and chunking. All Shinko tires offer strong dealer profit margins and a lower-than-average retail price.

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Maxxis Maxxcross EN

An ideal choice for all off-road conditions on both the East and West coast. The rear tread pattern features widely space, siped knobs for aggressive traction in loose to intermediate conditions. The front’s varied shoulder knobs provide cornering confidence: Mid-shoulder knobs with large bases provide stability. GNCC and WORCS pro-proven performance.

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VIPR MU15 FRONT/MU16 REAR TIRE

The new Maxxis Vipr is constructed specifically for SxSs and UTVs. With a directional tread pattern and deep lugs, the tire excels in loose to intermediate terrains, able to shed mud but also roll smoothly on hardpack. The radial construction provides a plush feel and a large contact patch for what Maxxis calls the ultimate ride. The Vipr also boasts a six-ply rated construction and a rim guard.

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AMS SAND SNAKE MX FRONT & REAR TIRES

AMS’s new front and rear Sand Snake tires feature an advanced tread pattern and natural rubber compound construction. The Sand Snake front tire has a bead-to-bead bias-ply construction and a knobby pattern for more precise steering. An arrow-shaped centerline knob and inverted cones in the shoulder area improve cornering grip and traction. The Sand Snake rear tire features paddles that increase straight-line traction and stability, while the wrap-around paddles on the shoulder offer increased traction and maximum pulling power. These rear tires are available in six-, eight- and 10-padded versions for sand applications only.

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VEE RUBBER MOTOCROSS & GNCC ENDURO TIRES

Vee Rubber offers three styles of motocross and GNCC Enduro tires. The 140 is an intermediate and soft terrain tire available in motocross and GNCC, which has a taller sidewall for Moose and Tire Ball application. The 229 is a hard-intermediate terrain tire, perfect for hard-packed terrain. The 300 is more of a rocks and roots tire, and the most popular tire used throughout the entire season.

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Kenda K780 Southwick II

Kenda’s new Southwick II provides the ultimate traction in soft or wet terrain with its tall knobs and excellent cleaning features. The new APEX reinforced casing structure provides improved handling and cornering stability, and the new rubber compound completes the package. If your customer is looking for the ultimate soft terrain tire combination, then give the Southwick II a try.

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SEDONA MX880ST OFF-ROAD TIRES

Sedona’s MX880ST features a rigid four-ply carcass design, intermediate/soft terrain compound and an open tread pattern that cleans out quickly in sand and mud. An open “cross block” supported tread pattern and side knobs with eight biting edges offer excellent cornering performance, according to Sedona.
 
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MOTOZ TRACTIONATOR ENDURO S/T TIRES

Motoz’s new Tractionator Enduro S/T tire has been designed to give aggressive traction in soft terrain with longer wear, offering an MX grip with great Enduro strength. The unique rear tread design, with dual direction, gives riders the choice for better grip in their local conditions. The best traction is achieved when the new tire is mounted in wet rotation and changed to dry rotation half way through the tire life, which appeals to budget-conscious riders. 

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