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Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires - All from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Dual sport, adventure motorcycle tires for any terrain. All motorcycle tires from mostly off-road to mostly on-road. If you need motorcycle tires that will take you anywhere, we have them. For the best price and selection on adventure touring motorcycle tires we have you covered.

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  • Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    RONALD in CO

    Want a front tire that works well or lasts well?

    With the 606 tires, both front and rear, they last decently for dual sport riding and they are tough tires as far as resisting pinch flats. Traction is not their forte.

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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Tire

    Dan in WY

    Runs small in width

    K760 Trakmaster II 100/90X19 runs almost 1/2" narrower than the same size Dunlop MX52. Tire has worn well on terrain from the track to hard pack gravel. Would buy again for hard terrain but in a 110/90X19.

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  • Dunlop D908 Rally Raid Enduro Tire

    Dunlop D908 Rally Raid Enduro Tire

    SAMUEL in NV

    Excellent at low pressure with Tubliss

    I purchased this tire on the recommendation of Jeff at Nuetech (manufacturer of the Tubliss system). I had previously tried a Dunlop MX32 for my southern Nevada desert riding, but found that it is not well-suited to the rocky desert environment (ripped a hole in the tire pretty quickly). Jeff suggested the D908, and I was skeptical since it is a DOT legal tire..... but, at 5-6psi as he recommended, it has been outstanding in the desert and has been EXTREMELY durable with great traction. I first ran it at 9-10psi and was not impressed with the traction, but upon lowering it to 5-6psi it has been great.

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  • Dunlop Geomax AT81 Tire

    Dunlop Geomax AT81 Tire

    Mark in OK

    Great Tire

    The front tire is nearly the same tread design as the old 756. I liked the change to mx51 when it replaced the 756 and really like the mx52. Having said that, for off road, these are the best in my area of mixed terrain. The rear tire has a soft carcass that makes it ride smoother than a MX tire and hook up very well. The compounds in these tires are also better suited for off road than an MX tire. If there is not many rocks, the mx52 front is also amazing.

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  • Dunlop Geomax AT81 RC Tire

    Dunlop Geomax AT81 RC Tire

    john in HI

    My Favorite!

    I ride stuff that is best served with a trials tire, wet rocks, roots and Hawaiian gulches, however I now favor the Dunlop AT81 RC with the Tubliss system. I run the tire pressure at 4lbs and have a footprint that's greater than 24, this makes for a contact point that feels secure and reliable. After over 1000 mi I haven't had any problems with chunking or knobs coming off. I think I like it better than the Sedona 907.

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  • Michelin Anakee 3 Rear Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Anakee 3 Rear Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire


    Outstanding Tires

    The Anakee 3's replaced a worn out set of Anakee 2's on my V-Strom. There is some howling while at lean but it is not bothersome. Sounds kinda cool actually. On smooth, polished blacktop there is an occasional howl. The grip and traction are outstanding both in wet and dry conditions. I ride 90/10, two up and have over 7500 miles on this set. There is still 4/32 tread in the center and 6/32 towards the edges. I run the tires at 42 PSI. I will be ordering a second set when they eventually wear out. I expect to get around 10000 miles or more out of the set.

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