Adam in TX
..These work great; are quite portable, and will do the trick to break a bead on any tire - as long as you don't rush it and go around a few times in 2" intervals and just take it easy. Only wish the 'fork' end had a slightly better 'lip'. Tends to slip out quite frequently.Read All Reviews
Thomas in CO
Service, delivery and product. Always good. Thanks.Read All Reviews
Adam in TX
I really like this aggressive tread offroad - good in sand, rocks and mud. BUT: Do not expect it to be able to stop a big bike on the pavement! The small knobs collapse under any weight and will lock up and slide out in seconds! (for certain rides for me; this is an acceptable trade-off)Read All Reviews
Dicky in IN
Have tried Dunlop, Michelin, IRC and by far this is the best tire for Woods/Enduro. Tubliss @ 6.5 PSI and the traction is phenomenal everywhere. It will hook up over logs and roots. Cannot say on Tread life yet but so far after 100+ miles of Trails, it looks pretty good.Read All Reviews
Looking for tires to take you on your next adventure? It’s no secret that the first thing you should do is analyze your street/dirt ratio. Many riders keep their bikes almost exclusively on the street. Others take their adventure motorcycles into some pretty rough off-road environments. Decide what your needs are. And remember that your needs aren’t necessarily the same as your preferences. You might like to think of yourself as more of an off-road kind of guy, but if you honestly don’t get off the street much, then there’s no sense in straying from a street-oriented tire. Similarly, if you prefer to stick to the street but find yourself in particularly soft terrain the few times that you do go off-road, then you might want to find something a little more dirt friendly than your tendencies might suggest.
Much of the street/dirt ratio is determined by the tire’s tread pattern. Knobby tires are excellent for softer terrain as the lugs are able to dig in and find traction. Street-oriented tires feature finer and fewer grooves to keep as much of the rubber in contact with the asphalt as possible. Because such a wide variation exists with adventure motorcycle needs, you’ll find everything from near-motocross knobbies to tires similar to what you’d use on a street-only bike. Take a good look at the tread pattern and read the product descriptions. If customer reviews are available, make sure to take advantage of them! They often contain priceless gems of wisdom from other adventure motorcyclists.
One thing that’s important for adventure touring tires is longevity. How long will the tires last before you need to replace them? Several adventure touring tires are designed to go for as much as 10,000 miles. These utilize a hard rubber compound. The tradeoff is that they don’t grip as well, so you’ll want to take it easy on the extreme end of things, whether it’s high speed canyon carving or intense off-road challenges. On the other hand, several excellent adventure tires offer superior grip, but they simply won’t give great longevity. You have to decide what is important to you.
And of course, pricing and overall value also come into play. We’ve gone to great lengths to keep prices low and value at its maximum, but different tires are available at various price points, and you’ll have to decide what fits your needs the best. Check out our selection of tires for your adventure motorcycle and pick up a new set today.