Compton, CA: Not one to shy away from competition, Tensor Tire is excited to debut their all-new Desert-Series ‘DS’ UTV tire at one of the toughest off-road races in the world; the Baja 1000.
The Tensor DS UTV Race Tire is the evolution of the widely successful ‘Regulator A/T’ and was developed strictly for UTV off-road competition use (not DOT approved). With a softer compound, the ‘DS’ offers superior performance under race conditions. The DS is available in a 32x10x15 and boasts the lowest weight of any race tire on the market at 34.5 lbs. With the improved compound and a 1600 lb. load rating, the DS gives racers the ultimate balance between durability and performance. Ribbed shoulders offer extra protection in a puncture-prone area of the tire. Per Tensor’s suggestion, the optimum pressure range is between 14-18psi depending on race conditions and driver preference. The Tensor DS is proudly made in the U.S.A.
Following rigorous development and testing, the Tensor DS is primed and ready for its first competitive outing at the 2016 Baja 1000. Drivers running the DS include the Robby Gordon Off-Road Arctic Cat Wildcats, Rhys Millen, Cody Rahders, Bill Wittington and Dan Fresh.
About Tensor Tire:
Established in 2013, Tensor Tire is a UTV tire company that develops and manufactures tires for off-road use. With an extensive background in the off road world, most notably desert racing, Tensor strives to bring a quality product to weekend warriors and full time racers alike.