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19" Rear Tire Dunlop MX53 GEOMAX 100/90-19 / SUR-RON Ultra Bee

19" Rear Tire Dunlop MX53 GEOMAX 100/90-19 / SUR-RON Ultra Bee

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  • Description

    The Dunlop Geomax MX53 tire is one of the best tires . It will perfectly replace your original rear tire for your SUR-RON Ultra Bee. It has an excellent weight/performance ratio, something very important for our light electric motorcycles in order to avoid losing autonomy and power . It is perfect for enduro and cross riding. The MX53 studs will give you incredible grip on the front wheel and better shock absorption , but also very good traction on the rear wheel. No more loss of grip , power not going to the ground or inner tube pinching at low pressure .

  • Features

    - Terrains: soft, muddy and intermediate

    - Dimensions: 100/90-19

    - Weight: 5300g

    - Assembly: 19" inner tube

    - Approval: Not road approved

    - Load index: 57

    - Speed ​​index: M

    - Composition : Soft, Intermediate

  • Strong points

    - More grip

    - Better traction

    - Good durability

    - Excellent weight/performance ratio

    - Much more rigid carcass than original

    - Reduces the risk of pinching the inner tube when descending under pressure

    - Developed by Dunlop . One of the best tire manufacturers

"Jo & Will's Word"

It took us a while to find the perfect tires to offer you and it wasn't easy. But we are happy to be able to provide a product that meets our expectations. The Michelin Starcross tires are, for example, very good tires, but they are among the heaviest and they absorb power and reduce the motorcycle's range . After trying numerous tires, we finally found the right fit for our wheels (sorry tires). The MX53s are very efficient but also light . Changing tires is one of the improvements that most changes the driving experience . Having good tires means having more peace of mind, whether for your safety , but also for the equipment in order to avoid puncturing or damaging the wheel with a tire that is too soft. Here you can go. If your front wheel slips, it won't be the tire's fault.