This is a review of the Tusk EMEX T-35 dirt bike tire. We will be adding to this article as we learn more about the tire.

If you did not already know, Tusk is an in-house brand that is owned by Rocky Mountain ATV. The Tusk brand offers lots and lots of different options for your dirt bike. 

You can check out everything they offer by click here on this link. 

We are going to talk about the ALL NEW Tusk tire called the Tusk EMEX T-35. The EMEX T-35 is built for those that race offroad and also motocross. Tusk designed the EMEX T-35 as a soft to intermediate tire. That means that the tire is built to provide traction in loose conditions. It also has a really aggressive and wide lug setup. The EMEX T-35 treads look gnarly.


Front tire Tusk EMEX
Rear tire Tusk EMEX

Tusk EMEX T-35 Riding conditions

The T-35 Tusk EMEX has a dual rubber compound on the knobs. iThe outer knobs are stiffer than the inner knobs. Tusk also a built-in reinforcing bridge that helps connect the side knobs for added strength.

This helps reduce side knob tears and also gives you a better control flex performance which gives it great lean angle traction.  The knob or tread pattern has a large contact patch for aggressive bite and consistent contact feel. 

  • Motocross Racing
  • Offroad Racing
  • Soft Intermediate Terrain
  • Lots of sizes
Tusk EMEX T35 tires

Tusk EMEX T-35 Comes in different tire sizes

The Tusk EMEX T-35 tire comes in front and rear dirt bike sizes which means you can get new rubber for both your front tire and rear tire. 

Also worth mentioning that the EMEX T-35 tire comes in mini bikes sizes. This is awesome as there really are limited options when it comes to the smaller bikes. 

Tusk EMEX T-35 Tire Sizes

  • 100/100×18
  • 100/90×19
  • 110/100×18
  • 110/90×19
  • 120/80×19
  • 120/90×18
  • 60/100×10 (2.50×10)
  • 60/100×14
  • 60/100×12
  • 70/100×10
  • 70/100×17
  • 70/100×19
  • 80/100×12
  • 80/100×21
  • 90/100×14
  • 90/100×16
  • 90/100/21

So as you can see Tusk EMEX comes in just about every tire size on the market. This is good news and Tusk works really hard in providing affordable but quality parts.

Tusk EMEX T-35 Front Tire
Tusk EMEX T-35  RearTire


I mounted the Tusk EMEC T-35 tires on my 2020 KTM 300 XCW TPI. I am also running tubliss instead of standard tubes but just wanted to make you aware of my setup (Tubliss Vs Tubes).

With Tubliss installed I can run my tires at a lower PSI which results in WAY more traction. Typically I run around 5-7 PSI in the tire which gives me a great contact patch and a ton of grip with cushion.

They were easy to mount up and seemed to have normal stiffness when it came to the sidewall. 


Tusk EMEX T-35 tires

It’s important to note that I typically run hybrid gummy tires

My first ride was a gnarly mountain single track that has tons of slow technical terrain with some a few sections of faster more flowy sections.

This is the more typically riding we do during the summer as it’s too hot to ride the motocross tracks and desert. 

Tusk EMEX T-35 dirt bike tire

Tusk EMEX T-35 First Impressions!

Like I mentioned earlier my first ride on the EMEX T35 tire was on a mountain single track that I normally am running a gummy tire on my bike.

The first impressions were good. I felt like it gripped and handled really well without doing anything weird. For me, one of the important factors with a dirt bike and dirt bike tires is that I forgot about it and just focus on having fun and what’s down the trail. To me, this is a sign of a good handling tire with plenty of grip.

I felt like both the front and rear tire handled all the loose and rocky terrain with relative ease.

I am working on providing a video as I get more hours on the tires but so far I feel like I like the Tusk EMEX T-35 tire. It also has solid braking capabilities unlike its gummy brother the TUSK RECON.

I WILL continue to provide updates and information as I put more riding hours on the tires.