Dunlop to install tires, offer new Trailmax Raid tires at MOA Rally in Redmond

Dunlop to install tires, offer new Trailmax Raid tires at MOA Rally in Redmond

JUST ANNOUNCED

Dunlop will be attending the MOA Rally in Redmond, Oregon, to sell and install tires on a first-come, first-served basis.

The brand-new Trailmax Raid tires will be available for the first time in a variety of sizes. The Raid features an all-new Hi Silica compound and is an aggressive (40/60) on/off-road tire, designed to provide excellent off-road traction and grip while cornering or in the rain, all while providing good chip resistance and a stable on-road experience. The tread pattern is derived from Dunlop's popular D908RR with an eye toward reducing rolling noise. Sized for 19- and 21-inch front wheels and 17- and 18-inch rear wheels. Find out more on Dunlop's Trailmax Raid web page.

In addition to the new Raids, Dunlop will also be offering its Trailmax Mission tires, which are a slightly less aggressive (60/40) on/off-road tire, and its popular Mutants, which are suitable for heavy road use and light off-road duty.  Missions are available for 19- and 21-inch front wheels and 17- and 18-inch rears. Mutants are available for 17- , 18- and 19-inch front wheels and 17-inch rears. All Mutants other than the 110/80R19 are Z-rated.

For street bike riders, expect to find Sportmax Roadsmart IV tires, which are a high-mileage, multi-compound 100% road tire with outstanding wet grip and a redesigned sidewall to improve performance across the board. Ideal for sport and sport-touring motorcycles, Roadsmart IV tires can handle both a jaunt to the grocery store and a cross-country expedition with style and grace. Roadsmart IV tires are Z-rated and available for front 17- , 18- and 19-inch front and 17" rear wheels.

Check the rally app for any Dunlop-related announcements and for a site map showing the location of their outdoor booth.

3 Comments

    1. Wes Fleming

      That is correct, Oregon does not have a sales tax.

      We don’t know what the vendors will be charging for tire installs, sorry. You’ll have to ask once you’re on site.

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