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ROGER in NV
I really think that this tire has helped my overall ability in sandy washes. The wider tire just seems to float on top better than other tires that aren't as wide. I have already purchased a second tire to replace the current tire that I will be using for an upcoming Baja trip. If you have been considering this tire, I would reccomend giving it a try.Read All Reviews
Randy in AZ
I put these on my Honda XR650R. I made a long trip recently, about 80% street, and these are great on the street. I ran them at 25 lbs and left out the rim locks. On the road, they handle very well in the corners and wet condiions. Most important, they last a long time and maintain predictable performance throughout tread lfe. All together, i put about 1,200 miles on them. In the dirt, they, as you would expect, are a compromise. For good traction, they need to be down to no more than 16 lbs. However, even at 25 lbs, they did a good job. With the shallow tread pattern, soft loam and sand are a challenge, especially with such a large and powerful bike. Overall, if you are running 80% street and 20% dirt, these are a great choice. On fast fire roads, they really excel. Since they are light weight compared to a dirt tire, higher speed handling is vastly improved, over a heavy knobby tread. For dual sport riding, i think these are a great choice.Read All Reviews