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Bridgestone Motocross M40 Motorcycle Tire

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For loose dirt, soft sand & muddy conditions. Extra wide spacing between tread blocks & rounded shape allows tire to self-clean even in wet, sticky mud. Wrap around knob pattern provides climbing traction. 4-ply construction for durability. Tube Type.

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This is a great tire for ...

By MotoMan619

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Comments about Bridgestone Motocross M40 Motorcycle Tire:

This is a great tire for the mud and clay! I purchased this tire for the front wheel of my XR 50. I found that the tire really hooks up well in the front and never really lost traction in a turn when you lay the bike over a little. I like how also on this tire mud does not stick to the tire filling up all the knobbs with mudd giving you no traction, must like the stock tire does.


Great Soft Terrain Tire for CRF50

By WheeliePro

from Mentor, OH


  • Easy To Install
  • Good Cornering
  • Good Ride
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • Off-Road

    Comments about Bridgestone Motocross M40 Motorcycle Tire:

    This is a great front tire choice for XR/CRF50's running in soft terrain. I've used it on sand, loose loam, and rained-out clay tracks. The front end always sticks and holds its line. I have not tried it on hard terrain yet. I would imagine that it would stick well, but wear out faster. I've only had it on for ~2 weeks, so far no major tread wear.

    It also seems like Bridgestone, Michelin, and Dunlop have started increasing the inner diameter of their pitbike tires, making them all much easier to install then just a few years ago. Thank you!

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    Specifications and Options

    Brand Bridgestone
    Front / Rear Front, Rear
    Tire Size 60/100-10
    Rim Size 10
    Tube / Tubeless Tube Type
    Bias / Radial Bias Ply