Motosport Alloys M15 Crusher ATV Wheels

MSA M15 Crusher ATV Wheels

The wheel we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! A few weeks earlier than expected actually.  We’ve got the new M15 Crusher wheels available ready to ship in most fitments.  Both in 14″ & 15″ sizes for most ATV/UTV applications.  MSA has done it again, they continue to come up with new designs that are unlike any other wheels on the market.  Unique, cool, stylish & different.  If you want to make your machine stand out from the crowd I’d suggest you take a look at Motosport Alloys rims.  In addition to the fair price and stunning looks, MSA offers a lifetime structural warranty on all of their ATV wheels.  Check em out boys, the brand new MSA M15 Crusher Wheels


Interco Black Mamba Mud ATV Tires
Interco Black Mamba ATV Tires

Interco Black Mamba

Introducing the Brand New Extreme Mud ATV tires, the Interco Black Mamba.  The Black Mamba tires are very similar to the Gorilla Silverbacks.  For now they are available in 27×10-12 & 30×10-12 sizes. Both sizes measure 12.5 inches wide including the tread.  The Black Mamba’s tread depth is 1 3/4″  These are some MEAN looking tires! If you’re looking for the biggest baddest tire to put on your ATV this is one you’ll want to consider.  Check them out:

New Beadlock ATV Wheels – Motosport Alloys M16 Vice
Motosport Alloys M16 Vice ATV Wheels

Beadlock ATV Wheels

This fall Motosport Alloys is releasing a new addition to their line of utility ATV wheels.  The M16 Vice Beadlock.  It will be available in 14×7 in the following bolt patterns: 4/110, 4/137, 4/156.  We are confident this will be a popular wheel due to the excellent price (compared to other beadlocks on the market) and due to the awesome design that it offers.  We have a few pics of this wheel mounted up on a RZR and they look great! Click on the image gallery on our website to view them.  There’s nothing else like them on the market today.  Motosport Alloys has a very impressive lineup of Utility ATV Wheels and this M16 Vice fits right in.  We are now accepting pre-orders on this wheel.  We expect to have them in stock some time in November of 2010.  Here is a link for more details and to make a purchase:

Benefits of Beadlock ATV Wheels

– Clamps the tire’s bead to the wheel rim using mechanical force rather than air pressure
– If a tire goes flat from a puncture or sidewall cut, it will not come off the bead, which usually will allow you to still maintain control of the vehicle and drive slowly to your destination
– Lowering the air pressure will allow the contact patch area to become wider and larger. This will provide you with better traction, floatation, control and a smoother ride
– A beadlock wheel can offer added assurance similar to a spare wheel and tire in the case of a flat tire.
– They will help keep the rim from spinning inside the tire and can stiffen up the sidewall of the tire while riding with low air pressure.


Maxxis Big Horn and Interco Reptile ATV Tires
May 3, 2010, 5:50 pm
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We recently took a spring ride up the canyon to see how far we could get before getting stuck in the snow. Two of our machines are identical Honda Rubicon 500s one running the ever popular Maxxis Bighorn the other a set of Interco Reptile ATV Tires. We’ve run several sets of tires on these machines and so far these two are my favs. The Maxxis Big Horn have a cool look and seem to handle really well in all of  the conditions we’ve put them through. We’ve run a couple of sets of tires with a directional, somewhat paddle type tread designed for mud which I thought would handle better in snowy conditions, but side by side the Maxxis Big Horns seem to out perform in deeper snow. Of course there are many variables that come into play like the tuning of the machine, weight of the rider, experience of the rider, etc., but overall we’ve been pleased with their performance during the winter months.  The only complaint I might have about the big horns is that they slip a bit more on a muddy side slope than some atv tires – that, and everyone has them because they are a great tire. That’s not a bad thing, but if you like to have something a little different than all your buddies, you may want to check out this next tire I want to talk about.

Recently we put a set of 26/9/12 and 26/11/11 Interco Reptiles ATV Tires on one of our machines. We’ve run stock size, 10’s all around and 10’s front 12’s rear and the 9’s and 11’s interco is my favorite set up yet. The slightly larger size gave us the beefier look we wanted for the machine, feels more solid than stock, and of all the sets we’ve run, the interco reptile is the size that seems to handle the best without noticable loss in power due to larger tire size.  We have some rocky terrain where we live so a 6-8 ply atv tire is desirable so they will last on the sharp rocks. The downfall is the 6-8 ply atv tires often ride a bit rougher because of their stiff sidewalls. The Interco reptiles are a radial atv tire (also true of the bighorns) so despite their many plys, they are designed to ride smoother on our rocky roads.  I just like the way the radial tires handle better. Of course the radials cost more so if you use your machine so much or in conditions where the tires only last a season, maybe the radial isn’t right for you. Since we sometimes ride bikes, sometimes atv’s, our tires last a while so a good radial tire is worth the extra money. The Interco Reptiles have a cool aggressive tread pattern and so far have handled great in snow, mud and on the dirt road. I’m anxious to try them out in hot, dry rocky conditions to see how they fare on the rocks. The Reptile is similar to Interco’s Swamp Lite which from what I hear handle great on the rocks as the rubber is a bit softer compound than other atv tires so they tend to grip really well on the rocks. Overall, I’ve been really impressed with this tire and we love the look on our 4wheeler. If you want to get up close and personal with the Interco Reptile ATC Tires, check out our YouTube video here:

Interco Reptile ATV Tire Video

Board Meeting
May 3, 2010, 5:32 pm
Filed under: Trail Riding

Why hold a board meeting indoors when we can test our latest gear and discuss business at the same time? Some of us on the POR staff hit the hills Friday afternoon with the intent of parking up top to discuss challenges we face, how to address them and marketing plans for the future. Instead we found ourselves in an unexpected snowstorm and boulders falling off the cliffs around us. Of course it was still a good time, but since we were somewhat unprepared for the bitter cold storm we decided to relocate our meeting down to the truck.

Bridgestone Motorcycle Tires
March 30, 2010, 4:43 pm
Filed under: Uncategorized


“It’s like people only do things because they get paid, and that’s just really sad.” Garth, Wayne’s World 1993.

Sorry, we had to. All the Bridgestone propaganda we received today made our Tuesday morning and no one said it better than Garth.

We mess around in the office, but we sell bridgestone Motorcycle tires too.

Brand new ATV Tires, EFX MotoMax Tires

EFX Moto Max ATV Tires

Just released at the beginning of 2010, the EFX MotoMax tires are a brand new mud terrain tire designed for use in off-road conditions. The Bar lug design provides excellent paddle-like traction to pull you through impossible terrains. 1 inch deep lugs give your quad the aggressive look and feel and all the confidence you’ll need to tackle any obstacle that comes your way.

– EFX ATV tires are sold individually.
– In most cases our Moto Max ATV tires ship out within 1 business day!
– EFX Moto Max Tires are an all new mud terrain tire.
– 6-ply rating provides outstanding puncture resistance.
– 1″ tread depth.

Here is a link where the Motomax tires can be viewed and purchased on our website: