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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.
Wade in BC
I have bought 2 of these tires now for my KLX450 and they are the best wearing, best hookup on the market! I've used allot of other brands and these are the best. I ride single track in the mountains and I get at least 800 miles out of a back tire.Read All Reviews
Paul in TX
I ride 10 to 30 minutes of pavement to get to my offroad riding, which is a lot of rocky trails, climbs, hills etc. This tire looked great, but I could tell immediately from touching the knobs it wouldn't last long on the terrain I ride. I would estimate that it is half worn in only about 4 rides. I got it because it was cheap, and now I'm paying for it, by having to get a replacement (not a Trakmaster II !!), plus the fun and enjoyment of spooning on a new tire. With that said, the grip offroad was pretty dang good. Onroad was sketchy for me, until the first ride home after it was worn in fairly well. I'm pretty hard on tires. If you don't ride pretty hard core offroad, this tire would suite you fine. Otherwise, look elsewhere for a dualsport tire that will last longer. I will probably go back to a Dunlop D606, but am going to try a Michelin T63, based upon reviews and price. That could be a another lesson learned, but at least I will have the knowledge of what tire really works best for me. Good luck!Read All Reviews
mark in UT
I loved these tires on my KLR so I thought they would be a good choice for my '04 Suzuki V-Strom1000. I like how these tires handle on my V-Strom but at 1900mi the rear is nearing the wear bars (front looks good). I don't know why it is wearing so fast, I got 8000mi on my KLR with some rubber left on the front when I changed them. These are radial while the KLR tires were bias-ply. The speed rating is higher too. I have no complaint about their handling but they are kind of expensive to be shopping for new tires before 2K miles. They are off my list for this bike.Read All Reviews