Todd in CA
I use these tires front and rear on my 2012 KTM 350 EXC-F. I use it for about 50% rough trail riding, and 50% street riding. These tires work GREAT! They have a ton of traction off road, much better than a full knobby, unless I'm in really deep mud or sand. They hook up amazing on hard-pack, rocks, and normal dirt. They last about 2 1/2 times as long as knobby tires. They work great on the street; great cornering and braking. The street bikers that I ride with sometimes are amazed at how fast I can go with these tires. I can corner as fast as any sport bike on twisty canyon roads. These tires have a ton of grip, but you have to ride them differently than knobby's. With these tires you don't want to spin them to raise the revs. I use the clutch for that, and try to keep these hooked up all the time when I ride. If you like to blast around and spin your rear tire - these are not for you. If you like to HAUL, and want to stay attached to the ground, these work great.Read All Reviews
Todd in CA
I ride at a very rugged remote OHV called Divide Peak. It's all rocks, sand, and sharp thorny bushes. Very desert like, extremely rough, and very hard on tires. I get flat tires quite frequently. I use this product with the Tubliss system. It works fantastic and keeps me from getting stranded out in the wilderness. The slime works automatically fixing all the small punctures that I get. I usually don't even know that I get them; the slime just does it's thing and seals the tire. If I get a puncture that is too large for the slime to seal, I carry tire plugs and CO2 cartridges. Between the two, I feel confident that I wont get stranded out in the boonies. Gives me great piece of mindRead All Reviews
Todd in CA
I use these both front and rear on my KTM. I ride out at Divide Peak OHV, and I can be up to 15 miles from help if I break down. I usually ride by myself, so if I break down, it could be really bad. I've used these for about 18 months and they have saved my bacon. I've ridden home numerous times on a completely flat front tire (30 miles dirt and street) and made it home safely. Now I've learned how to plug my tires, and haven't had any non-repairable flat tires yet. It gives me piece of mind knowing that I can repair (plug) my tires on the trail (without removing the wheel) and get home if I get a flat. I carry tire plugs and CO2 cartridges with me when I ride. I highly recommend these for riders who need to be able to repair flat tires out on the trail.Read All Reviews
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