Clément Desalle riding on Dunlop's MX-33 multi-terrain tyre

BRING IT ALL ON

Dunlop MX-33 packshot with mud splats behind

PUSH THE BOUNDARIES

Dunlop’s new MX-33 off-road tyre breaks new ground, and it will help you do the same. The first ever tyre designed for soft, mud and intermediate terrain, it gives you the versatility to ride longer and play harder than ever before.

The MX-33 is a winner for passionate off-road enthusiasts looking to push themselves further. As well as for professionals like Clément Desalle, who recently took it to the top of the podium in this season’s MXGP in Russia.
 

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SOFT, MUD AND
INTERMEDIATE IN ONE

Examples of Soft, Mud and Intermediate terrains

The MX-33 sets a new benchmark for control, grip and durability across the full range of soft, mud and intermediate terrain.

 

 

Dunlop MX-33 tyre closeup showing new tie-bars

MORE DURABLE

A clever new design, with tie-bars between the reinforced shoulder blocks, provides extra stiffness and delivers a more intuitive ride, as well as added resistance to cracking on firmer surfaces.

Dunlop MX-33 Progressive Cornering Block Technology (PCBT)

MORE STABLE CORNERING

Take sharp bends in your stride with the enhanced side grip and slide control offered by Progressive Cornering Block Technology (PCBT). This is complemented by Multiple Block Distribution (MBD) and its improved shock absorption.

Dunlop MX-33 Advanced Apex Design (AAD)

MORE CONTROL

Advanced Apex Design (AAD) introduces uniform rigidity in the sidewall, while the Carcass Tension Control System (CTCS) boosts tension distribution. The result? A firmer feel and a supremely comfortable ride.

Dunlop MX-33 new carcass construction

MORE GRIP

The new carcass construction allows the blocks to bite into the dirt even firmer than before, while the all-new compound formula offers a higher level of grip thanks to advanced ultra-fine carbon particles. Better still, increased durability derives from an innovative molecular weight polymer.

MXGP rider Clément Desalle racing on Dunlop's MX-33 multi-terrain tyre