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Keith in AL
I bought this tire when I lived in the Mojave. When I first purchased the tire, it felt very slick in the dirt. As it wore in, it had plenty of grip to get me moving, but enough slip to allow some great power slides. Mileage wise, I probably have about 3000 miles on it, and it should be replaced soon. Usage was mixed road and dirt for about 2000 miles, and lately just road. Definitely more of a 50/50 tire.Read All Reviews
Joe in Idaho
Thought I'd give the T63 a try. This has been the least impressive tire I've used on the DRZ. I expected MIchelin to be much better. Traction off road is the biggest complaint. Tire wear has also been much fasted than I had hoped. You can make a better choice than this one.Read All Reviews
Dirtybird in California
As another reviewer stated, some of the center knobs on the front wear way faster than the rest. It will be time to replace sooner than expected because they will be worn to nothing while the rest of the tire looks great. Very strange. I have gone through 2 of these and they both did the same exact thing. The rear wears consistently on all the knobs though and has decent life. I wouldn't buy the front again but the rear is acceptable. I would normally expect the front to outlast the rear but this is not the case with these.Read All Reviews
John in British Columbia
I have used the MT21 front tire many times on DRZ 400, KLR 250, WR250R and now KTM 350 EXCF. Yes the center knobs wear terribly uneven. That is when using an inner tube. What I have learned through experience is that when a Tubliss bladder is installed, the center knobs wear evenly when inflated to 28 psi on pavement. Also it helps if the rider is not heavy on the front brake when using an inner tube. By the way, I use an MT43 on the rear. Save the trails.Read All Reviews