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Dunlop Geomax Tire

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Dunlop-Geomax
$62
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The DunLop GeoMax MX is designed for medium-hard terrain and universally popular around the motocross world. 

How to choose a tire

It is best to try and get tires as close to OEM in size (tires that came with the bike). To do this, Google your motorbike model and the wheel.

"Honda XR front wheel size", or "Honda XR front tire size".

The most important number is the rim size (explained below), but ultimately, all the numbers are important. Changing the height, or width of the tire may "work/fit", but it will have consequences such as alternations in the handling. 

How To Know Your Tire Sizes

Width (130/90 - 16)

The first number in a tire size represents the nominal width (usually in millimeters). Width is measured in a straight line from the furthest point on one sidewall, across the tread, to the furthest point on the opposite sidewall.

Aspect Ratio (130/90 - 16)

The aspect ratio indicates the height of the tire's cross-sectional profile. It is expressed as a percentage of the tire's width, so an aspect ratio of 55 means the tire's cross-section is 55% as high as it is wide.

Rim Size (130/90 - 16)

This number is the diameter of the rim on which the tire will fit. The number is expressed in inches.

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Dunlop Geomax Motocross Tire

The DunLop GeoMax Geomax is a motorcross tire. Designed for the mud and universally popular around the world. In Vietnam we don't exactly get alot of choice for tires. So to have a universally accepted tire that is used on a high level should be fair game for all us amateurs.

The shelf life of this tire is around 6,000km when considering a mix of road and offroad use.

Features:

  • Derived from top-level AMA Supercross and Motocross racing
  • Dunlop-patented block-within-a-block knobs offer more progressive cornering action
  • Enhanced handling and knob durability via more flex, and less knob tearing through recess carcass design
  • Superior bump absorption through damping control sidewall rubber compound and recess carcass design
  • Directional front tire design provides enhanced grip and steering feel
  • Superior grip in a wider variety of terrain 

Rear Tire:

  • Progressive Cornering Block Technology (PCBT): A Dunlop-patented block-within-a-block design that offers more progressive cornering action and aids in slide control
  • Enhanced Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS): Tuned carcass flexibility from recesses placed strategically along the tire carcass to help smooth ride characteristics and allow the bike to follow a line more accurately
  • Controlled-rebound Rubber Element in the Sidewall: This construction helps to damp out bounce, acting as a suspension component within the tire, so the tire can better follow the track surface
  • Staggered Distribution of Center Blocks: Spreads the load on the tire and helps with impact damping and stability, especially in whoops and hard-pack conditions

Front Tire:

  • Directional Tread Pattern: Offers great traction and steering feel for a wide range of riders who have differing riding styles
  • Enhanced Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS): Tuned carcass flexibility offers enhanced feel and steering accuracy
  • Unique Tread Block Distribution: Knob design, pattern and knob construction are optimized to work in one direction, which provides advantages in feel and traction

How to choose a tire

It is best to try and get tires as close to OEM in size (tires that came with the bike). To do this, Google your motorbike model and the wheel.

"Honda XR front wheel size", or "Honda XR front tire size".

The most important number is the rim size (explained below), but ultimately, all the numbers are important. Changing the height, or width of the tire may "work/fit", but it will have consequences such as alternations in the handling. 

How To Know Your Tire Sizes

Width (130/90 - 16)

The first number in a tire size represents the nominal width (usually in millimeters). Width is measured in a straight line from the furthest point on one sidewall, across the tread, to the furthest point on the opposite sidewall.

Aspect Ratio (130/90 - 16)

The aspect ratio indicates the height of the tire's cross-sectional profile. It is expressed as a percentage of the tire's width, so an aspect ratio of 55 means the tire's cross-section is 55% as high as it is wide.

Rim Size (130/90 - 16)

This number is the diameter of the rim on which the tire will fit. The number is expressed in inches.

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