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(07190 IMX 20) 110/90-19

(07190 IMX 20) 110/90-19

$125.00

FREE SHIPPING | This tire is optimal as a rear tire on a 250 & 450 Off Road bikes in Supercross, Motocross and GNCC. These are the same tires that are run at the pro level, and offer awesome traction off the gate and optimal corner speed (where races are won). You are going to have a better comfort feel through both the braking bumps and acceleration bumps off the corner with the new Hoosier. Optimal air pressure range is 12-14 psi.

(07200 IMX 20) 120/80-19

(07200 IMX 20) 120/80-19

$125.00

FREE SHIPPING | This tire is optimal as a rear tire on a 250 & 450 Off Road bikes in Supercross, Motocross and GNCC. These are the same tires that are run at the pro level, and offer awesome traction off the gate and optimal corner speed (where races are won). You are going to have a better comfort feel through both the braking bumps and acceleration bumps off the corner with the new Hoosier. Optimal air pressure range is 12-14 psi.

(07200 IMX 25) 120/80-19 IMX25

(07200 IMX 25) 120/80-19 IMX25

$125.00

FREE SHIPPING | This tire is optimal as a rear tire on a 250 & 450 Off Road bikes in Supercross, Motocross and GNCC. The IMX25 compound offers better traction and durability in dry, hard packed conditions. The harder compound offers just as much traction as a soft compound but last longer for harder, rugged terrains. Optimal air pressure range is 12-14 psi.”

(07190 IMX 25) 110/90-19

(07190 IMX 25) 110/90-19

$125.00

FREE SHIPPING | This tire is optimal as a rear tire on a 250 & 450 Off Road bikes in Supercross, Motocross and GNCC. The IMX25 compound offers better traction and durability in dry, hard packed conditions. The harder compound offers just as much traction as a soft compound but last longer for harder, rugged terrains. Optimal air pressure range is 12-14 psi.

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It began in the early 1950's when Bob Newton, along with his supportive wife Joyce, began a successful racing career on the small asphalt tracks of northern Indiana. Like many of his fellow drivers, Bob was not satisfied with driving on street tires with their limited sizing options and hard tread compounds. It was during these early days that Bob had a vision to produce his own tires specifically designed for racing. So in 1957 Bob and Joyce began their own business in an old abandoned horse barn in South Bend, Indiana selling tires to local racers... and Hoosier Racing Tire was born.

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