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Roctane X2 is Here!

Built to chew up and spit out rocks, roots and mud, the all-new STI Roctane X2 will conquer trails with long-lasting performance. The Roctane X2 uses its large footprint and multi-edge tread to deliver sure-footed traction.

Designed using a two-stage radial carcass, this 10-ply rated tire features dual-steel belts, stepped shoulder tread, and a deep rim guard. The leading-edge design produces a tire that’s more uniform and delivers superior handling and comfort in loose terrain. Whether you ride in the woody hills out east or the rocky trails out west or anywhere in between, the STI Roctane X2 supplies the durability and the performance you need.

The all-new STI Roctane X2 tires are available now in sizes from 27-inch up to 32-inch for 14-inch wheels. Check with your favorite retailer; these tires are available thanks to distribution by MTA Distributing (U.S.) and Motovan (Canada).

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New: HD9 Comp Lock Wide – Duner’s Favorite

September 18, 2017 • Featured, Homepage Right, Miscellaneous, New Products, News • Views: 2190

STI’s newest and strongest beadlock wheel line just got larger – and wider! STI introduces HD9 Comp Lock beadlocks in 10-inch and 8-inch widths for sand dune enthusiasts. The new deep-dish 14×10 and 14×8 inch wheels are perfectly suited for today’s wide-profile sand tires

HD9 Comp Lock Now in Bronze

August 9, 2017 • Featured, Homepage Right, Miscellaneous, New Products, News • Views: 1337

STI introduces the Bronze-finish HD9 Comp Lock beadlock wheel. The new 14×7 inch wheel is built with the same durability and performance standards as the rest of the HD9 lineup. These Bronze HD9 wheels use a 10mm thick beadlock ring secured by 5/16-inch grade-8 hardware for strength. Each new

GNCC Race Update – Round 9

July 13, 2017 • Featured, Homepage Right, News, Racing • Views: 1077

William Yokley and John Barnes drove Polaris RZRs equipped with STI Roctane XD tires during the John Penton GNCC at Sunday Creek Raceway in Millfield, Ohio. Barnes finished sixth in the race, while Yokley’s run was cut short after contact with another competitor. Sunday Creek’s typical mix of