Dunlop’s Geomax line of tyres are proven MXGP winners. In 2017, at World Championship Grand Prix level, Shaun Simpson and Clement Desalle have won MXGP races on Dunlop’s Geomax range. As a result of the learnings from this top-level competition, Dunlop has extended its Geomax range with the introduction of MX12.
The new Dunlop Geomax MX12, designed for sand and mud conditions, provides a significant step forward in performance over its MX11 forerunner due to three new design features:
Firstly, Dunlop has improved performance in sand and mud condition by optimising the tyre profile and pattern. The introduction of new V-Block technology gives better traction upon corner exit and an increased Contact Patch, helping braking stability.
Secondly, Dunlop has introduced a new tread pattern for tough mud and sand conditions , focusing on enhancing traction and slide control. The rear tyre features Progressive Cornering Block Technology providing stable cornering due to enhanced side grip and slide control.
Finally, optimum traction and shock absorbability has been improved by redesigning the casing construction. This features Carcass Tension Control System which creates an enlarged diameter of providing a greater footprint. This, combined with an evolution of the MX11’s proven macromolecular polymer, provides high durability.
“Our development work in FIM World MXGP has helped Dunlop riders get to the top step of the podium six times in the last twelve months. In such intense competition, we are always pushing to bring a higher level of performance. We’ve included technologies such as Progressive Cornering Block Technology and our latest Carcass Tension Control System to help give riders at all levels the grip, durability and control they need to win in the toughest conditions” said Andy Marfleet, Marketing Manager, Dunlop Motorcycle EMEA.
The launch of Geomax MX12 provides a full portfolio of MX tyres. In addition to the new MX12 for sand and mud conditions, the Geomax MX3S covers soft-to-intermediate terrain while the MX52 excels in intermediate-to-hard terrain conditions.