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Champions of the 2013 Tuff Truck Challenge

Champions of the 2013 Tuff Truck Challenge

The 2013 Tuff Truck Challenge took place over the weekend and it definitely delivered on its promise to deliver non-stop metal crunching, axle-busting action. The three days were packed full of action, mud, smoke and adrenaline, with competitors pushing themselves and their vehicles to the absolute limit. So who was tough enough to take out the … Continue reading

Mickey Thompson Dealers Conquer Mt Terrible

Situated at the union of the Goulburn and Jamieson Rivers in Victoria, Mt Terrible is a great 4WD destination for those who love a tough track. Mt Terrible’s peak is 1325 metres above sea level and the main track is made up of a number of challenging terrains including steep ascents, rocks and ditches.  In … Continue reading

PART 2: Chris Western – Racing the Legend

Chris Western races across every terrain imaginable, wheat belt scrub, jumps, sandhills, big whoops, gravel, baked red earth, apine forest floor studded with tree roots and deep mud in the pouring rain. After 20 years of racing and looking at what other racers were using, Chris chose Mickey Thompson Tires and has never looked back, Chris says, “Choosing the … Continue reading

Superstars Of Off-Road Racing

Mickey Thompson was heavily involved in off-road racing in the USA and innovated tyres and vehicles specifically for off-road racing, with many of his original innovations still being used today. It is due to Mickey Thompson’s rich heritage in off-road racing that Mickey Thompson Tires made the decision to become involved in off-road racing through … Continue reading

If you’re a serious off-roader who loves a good mud wrestle make sure you check out Mickey Thompson’s Claw TTC!

The Baja Radial Claw TTC is all new state-of-the-art construction making it the ultimate extreme off-road performance tyre. The Claw TTC features a 23◦ tread pattern, which is the ultimate angle for cutting and self-cleaning (used on plough blades, tractor tyres and razor blades). This means you get maximum traction and the same level of … Continue reading