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  • Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Paul in AZ

    Tire

    So far so good after one ride, feels good on the road and hooks up on the dirt. Best of all it's cheaper here at Rocky Mountain.

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  • Michelin Desert Race Front Tire

    Michelin Desert Race Front Tire

    adam in CA

    Desert Race

    The ultimate California dual sport front tire for me. Wears like iron, is happy with very low pressure, amazing traction in most all scenarios off-road, it's a knobby when on the street... I love this tire in combination with the Pirelli MT-43

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  • Michelin Anakee 3 Rear Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Anakee 3 Rear Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire

    Alan in UT

    Great adventure tire

    I am an 80/20 road/dirt rider. After having ridden on all of the major brands of adventure tires, these are my favorites. They are not as aggressive in the dirt as some of the others but they more than make up with the excellent road handling.

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  • Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Robert in DE

    Sad to see them Discontinued!

    Best true dual sport tire for smaller bikes out there for those who want the best of both street and dirt handling in a tire! These were really the only 60/40 dirt/street rated tire on the market. I ride 2 Yamaha WR250Rs and have gone through a few sets of these in the last 2 years.usually getting 5k miles to a rear and 6k to a front. I've used both the 120 and 130 /80-18 rears and the 90/90-21 front. I've made 2400 mile trips with 1200 being Interstate @ 70mph with the rest being rural back roads and off-road, loaded with my 210lb geared weight AND an additional 85lbs of gear in panniers and duffel. These handle rides like the KAT (Kentucky Adventure Tour) through the KY, TN, WV and VA mountains wonderfully without any issues and the Interstates from home as well. Big block knob tires tend to work better on heavier bikes which leaves those of us who want off road traction with the jump to an 80/20 or 90/10 dirt tire sacrificing street performance. These have gone everywhere bikes with D606s, MT-21s and the E-09 Dakar have gone but handle so much better on the road, including extended Interstate trips. Have mine paired with BridgeStone UHD 4mm tubes and 3 Motion Pro RimLocks. A very underrated tire for sure and I'm sad to see them discontinued. Thankfully I've scored a few extra rears but will have to select a new tire to use soon. Would love to see them brought back by Michelin!

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  • Michelin Anakee Wild Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Anakee Wild Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Arden in ID

    Expensive but worth it.

    Holds in dirt, mud, sand and on the road. Quiet. Wears a bit fast as a bit soft tire. Got 4000 miles out of rear with some tread left. F800 GS Adventure

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