Metzeler Karoo 3 Rear Motorcycle Tire

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Great tire!

Andrew in UT

Comments On Apr 27, 2015:These improved the performance of My BMW F800GS exponentially. The stock tires were junk. While in Germany I noticed most BMWs used these so I decided to give them a try. They ride well on the road and have little vibration or noise. I've noticed absolutely no slippage or lack of traction over the stock Anakee tires. They perform quite well off road as well.

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nick mcglothern in California

Comments On Oct 03, 2014:i purchased this tire thinking it would work well with my KTM 525 EXC. i was unimpressed from the begining. I have the front and rear set and from 45-60 mph I experienced bad hopping and after 2200 miles the rear wanted to slip under load coming out of a corner at moderate speed and throttle. I wouldnt recomend this tire for a light dual sport. I never used this offroad so no knowledge how it would fair.

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Way better than the TKC80

Jim in WA

Comments On Mar 24, 2014:I've played around with a few tires, even the uber talked about TKC80. This beats it hands down.
Let me start by saying that I ride 90% dirt with my 800GS. When I know i'm going to be in the slop and pushing it in the dirt, I go with a MT21 front, D606 in the rear, but it's not the best combo for pavement on a big bike.
I was a bit leary of the tread design in gravel, but it gives way more feedback than the TKC80, and in the mud, it's not a knobby, but it won't slide on top as much as the TKC, and it clears itself WAY better as well! Bonus!!!
Highway does have a bit of a hum, but nothing bad, I can scrape pegs in the corners with this tire as well.
Tread life is subjective, but any tire that's worth it's salt for traction, will wear a bit, I don't want a hockey puck.

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