Introducing Dunlop’s next generation intermediate-to-hard terrain off-road MX tyre: the Geomax MX53.
Designed to offer more performance in a wider variety of terrains, the MX53 is claimed to excel on hard-packed tracks while also offering greater versatility in intermediate riding conditions.
With its upgraded technology, Dunlop has designed the MX53 to give riders more versatility with better performance. This is in part due to the all-new tread pattern on both the front and rear tyres. A revolutionary horseshoe-shaped cluster of knobs has been added to the front tyre. This acts as a giant claw to dig into the ground and give the rider improved traction on hard-packed terrain and maximizes braking grip.
The Geomax MX53 now also features Dunlop’s patented Progressive Cornering Block technology on the front tyre. This technology, commonly known as Block-In-A-Block, allows enhanced flex on each knob resulting in ultimate grip and even more biting edges.
This bold new pattern of blocks have a hollowed-out portion on the center tread, resulting in less stiffness in the center of the tyre, giving riders better feedback and more compliance. Paired with a taller profile, this new MX53 front tyre provides gentler handling, more traction, higher lean angles and better manoeuvrability when compared to its predecessor, according to Dunlop.
Dunlop’s patented Block-In-A-Block technology on the rear tyre borrows from the success of the upgrades in technology added to the Geomax MX33, Dunlop’s soft-to-intermediate tyre. Incorporating these block designs that have already proven successful now give the MX53 more biting edges, increased grip and enhanced flex on each individual knob. These elements all contribute to enhancing durability and performance in harder terrains.
The MX53 lineup is now shipping and will be available at all off-road dealerships by the end of the month.
Pre-order from your local dealer now: www.ficeda.com.au/dealerlocator