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When choosing the best 100/90-19 dirt bike motorcycle tires, you have to first consider the compound type, whether it’s hard, soft, or in the middle. Hard terrain tires are made of a softer compound for more grip on slick and hard surfaces while soft terrain tires are made of harder compounds for greater traction. Intermediate tires allow for switching between different terrains. Then it’s about the type of riding you do and on which terrain. The most versatile choices are off-road and motocross. If you have a dual-sport bike or ride in sand, paddle tires are a good choice, especially if you ride on dirt, pavement, or gravel roads. You can use dual-sport tires for trails with few curves but the amount of traction is not high and they do not work well for racing. However, these tires are good for off-road and street-legal riding. For terrain-specific riding, choose the appropriate tires, such as sand or trail tires.
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