If you’re an owner of this ATV, there’s a decent chance you’ve had to scrounge for a Honda Rancher tire at some point while the thing has taken up residence in your shed. After all, the old saying is absolutely true: if you haven’t gotten stuck or ruined a tire, you’re not trying hard enough out on the trails.
The stock tires on most ATVs are designed to perform reasonably well in all types of terrain. Like any part, tires are bound to wear out and need replacing, but what to get to replace the stockers without losing performance in varied types of trails? Fear not! The best all-terrain ATV tires come in a wide range of styles and price points, meaning you can get some replacement rubber for your machine and get back to riding anywhere and everywhere.
GBC Motorsports riders continue to perform well in Southern California’s Dirt Series aboard their Bomb Squad MX tires.
GBC’s Dylan Dixon is having a breakout season in the 450 Pro class but did not race this round at Competitive Edge MX Park. Dixon holds on to a solid points lead after winning each of the first three rounds.
Joey Berg was coming off of two straight wins in the 450 Pro-Am class. Berg experienced some difficulties and finished Round 4 in seventh, but retains his second place position in the class standings.