mike in NV
â??PRO: much lighter then the bridgestone UHD tubes i use, running a sedona mx907 rear at 4 psi is amazing! CON: tricky and messy to install with slime but you get used to it, the rim tape comes off every time - the constant moisture from the slime gets into the adhesive and releases it no matter how hard i try not to have it happen, if you cut a tire with tubliss you're done. just came back from baja mex. cut a rear tire on the beach, it sliced the outer carcass but didn't penetrate into the inner skin of the tire but regardless the air leaked out and tire went flat. aired it back up, flat again. had to pull out the tubliss and install a full tube then had to mule the red inner liner on the front bars of the bike the rest of the trip. tubliss has strong advantages and strong disadvantages. but what doesn't. i think from now on for rides in the states, with parts and help readily avail i'll run the tubliss, but def not for baja or high risk rides. i'll just run mouse.Read All Reviews
ALAN in CT
I have installed hundreds of tires and I must say this tire is the worst to install ..3 Times it happened to me..problem being it seems like the tire is a size off...I've broke and bent tire spoons installing this tire all's 3 times on 3 different bikes..the tread itself is fine and holds up well but because of install issues I will never order another kenda tire..Read All Reviews
Tobin in CO
If you're thinking of using this for a dirt bike that you dual sport occasionally, stick with a good off-road tire. This tire has much less grip and traction than a real dirt tire and did't last any longer than a Trak Master or the Maxis Desert that I usually use. Not worth the extra money.Read All Reviews
Few things are as exciting as putting a brand new set of tires on your motorcycle – especially with a dual sport bike. You know that it will take you hundreds of miles, allowing you to go wherever the wind carries you. From asphalt to dirt, nothing can stop you – except for worn out tires.
If it’s time to switch out your tires before you next big adventure, you’ve come to the right place at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We stock the names you trust to put on your motorcycle: Dunlop, Michelin, Pirelli, Avon, Bridgestone, Continental and many others. And with such a variety of tread patterns available, you can find something that suits your unique riding needs.
But why stop with tires? We also offer an extensive selection of wheel kits and rims. What complements a new set of tires better than a matching set of wheels? And here’s the best part: It’s incredibly easy to shop for tires and wheels for your dual sport bike. All you have to do is enter its make, model and year into the Parts Finder. We’ll show you exactly what will fit your motorcycle. And with our speedy shipping, you’ll have your tires to your house before you know it. Your bike will thank you.
Of course, you know that you can depend on an excellent product selection at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, so this is just the beginning. We have plenty of tire accessories to enhance your overall tire setup, including dyna bead kits, rim strips, pressure gauges, wheel weights and many more. If you want to extend the life of your current tires as long as possible, try out a tread knife. If you want to provide them with a customized look, trade out the stems for some with a bit of bling. And don’t forget to pick up a flat tire kit for the road – you’ll be glad you did.
Sometimes you simply need a few replacement components. Wheel bearings? They’re here. Tubes? They’re in stock. With just a few clicks around the page, you can find whatever tire parts your bike needs.
So don’t delay. You’re looking for tires and accessories for your dual sport bike. You’re in the right place. As with we do with all our loyal customers, we’ll make sure your shopping experience is the best possible. Click on the category of your choice, and you too will discover the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC difference.