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Chris in GA
On a 125 2-stroke weight (especially unsprung weight) is everything. Many people dont often consider the weight of tires and tubes. Thick tubes are great for the trail, but they are heavy. For MX only, this is a nice balance of protection to weight. These get the job done with minimal weight compared to others.Read All Reviews
Brody in Missouri
Some say it is "snake oil" but I am a firm believer in these beads. I had them in a set of 30" Mudlite XXL mud tires that I did some hardpack and road riding with and they helped alot on the pavement. I noticed much less vibration through the handlebars.Read All Reviews
Alan in MS
I debated and debated which tires to go with to replace the stock Dunlop D605 that came on my KLX250s. I'm not disappointed with these tires. So far so good. I was looking for a 50/50 street dirt tire and these fit the bill nicely. On the road they are smooth with very little side to side movement. On rough pavement they tend to track in the grooves but don't feel unstable. On the dirt they are awesome. The 250 is not known for its power to break traction, but these tires will break traction just enough to allow for a little slide the in the corners on a gravel road. But they are still controllable. They are squirelly on deep gravel though and sand is not their friend. But on roads, hard pack, loose dirt, and some gravel, they do great. They are perfect for my riding style.Read All Reviews
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