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Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires - All from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Dual sport, adventure motorcycle tires for any terrain. All motorcycle tires from mostly off-road to mostly on-road. If you need motorcycle tires that will take you anywhere, we have them. For the best price and selection on adventure touring motorcycle tires we have you covered.

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  • Shinko 244 Series Dual Sport Tire

    Shinko 244 Series Dual Sport Tire

    Alan in MS

    Glad I got these

    I debated and debated which tires to go with to replace the stock Dunlop D605 that came on my KLX250s. I'm not disappointed with these tires. So far so good. I was looking for a 50/50 street dirt tire and these fit the bill nicely. On the road they are smooth with very little side to side movement. On rough pavement they tend to track in the grooves but don't feel unstable. On the dirt they are awesome. The 250 is not known for its power to break traction, but these tires will break traction just enough to allow for a little slide the in the corners on a gravel road. But they are still controllable. They are squirelly on deep gravel though and sand is not their friend. But on roads, hard pack, loose dirt, and some gravel, they do great. They are perfect for my riding style.

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  • Michelin Pilot Road 3 Trail Radial Front Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Pilot Road 3 Trail Radial Front Motorcycle Tire

    Steve in CA

    Like the Michelin Pilot Road 3

    Great tire. Just got 8000 miles on the front and 5000 miles on the rear. Excellent wear and great grip and road feel.

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  • Pirelli MT21 Dual Sport Rallycross

    Pirelli MT21 Dual Sport Rallycross

    chad in Utah

    great tier

    i had the kenda for the rear and hated it didn't do crap in the sand and mud so i went to the perelli rally cross and i loved it, in fact i am getting a newer bike same xr650l and i will buy the same tier but i will stay with the kenda for the front if you are looking for a tier that last a long time go to a street bike tier but if you ride 80%to 90%dirt this is the tier for you

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  • Kenda K270 Dual Sport Tire

    Kenda K270 Dual Sport Tire

    James E. in AZ

    Western AZ

    The tread works good my type of riding, 50/50 .

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  • Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    ROB in BC

    Not good for off-road

    I ordered this product in anticipation of using it on-road about 50% and off-road about 50%. When used off-road, it is not very good. It has very limited traction on medium to soft surfaces and due to lack of knobbies on the sidewalls, it's not suitable for for hard cornering off-road. When on-road, it's fine and gives a fairly smooth ride, but I would not buy it again due to it's lack of traction off-road.

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  • Shinko 705 Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Shinko 705 Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    James in SA

    Happy Camper

    I bought a set of these for a 4,500km adventure ride from Adelaide to Canberra and back on my Honda NC700S. Approximately half was on sealed roads, 40% on formed dirt roads and 10% on dirt tracks and off-piste. The front was amazing - never once did I think it was about to let go. The rear though was pretty easy to step out of line, but probably more a reflection of the weight bias on the NC700S. They were great on high-speed dirt roads, but as expected, challenging in deep sand. On sealed roads they're quiet enough, and allowed me to drag the pegs through a brilliant 70km stretch of switchbacks. I'd rate these tyres 60/40 sealed/unsealed. They've now done 6,000km and the rear probably has another 1,500km in it till the wear bars. I expect the front will last two or three rear tyre changes.

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