AVON DUAL SPORT MOTORCYCLE TIRES

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Avon Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Avon dual sport motorcycle tires in multiple sizes with the best prices.

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  • Avon Trailrider AV54 Dual Sport Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Avon Trailrider AV54 Dual Sport Rear Motorcycle Tire

    William in TX

    Great so far.

    2016 HONDA Africa Twin CRF1000L-- Can't tell a lot from only 300 miles or so, but these replaced some Motoz Tractionators that I don't want to wear out on the road. The tires mounted up pretty easily for doing this n the driveway, except for one spot on the front that would not seat. Took the front and rear to a local bike parts store to get spin balanced and they used tirenlube to get it to seat. Balanced very easily. Turns in much quicker, of course. They are a little louder than the Dunlop Trailsmart tires that we're stock. But I don't mind it, it's not bad at all. They lean well, and seem to have good grip. Only been on dry pavement, so far, but others say they are good in the wet. If they last like a lot of others say, then great. If not, still a good deal. Search earth-roamers blogspot for a really good test across Europe to Thailand. They say it all.

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  • Avon Trailrider AV53 Dual Sport Front Motorcycle Tire

    Avon Trailrider AV53 Dual Sport Front Motorcycle Tire

    William in TX

    Like it so far

    2016 HONDA Africa Twin CRF1000L-- Can't tell a lot from only 300 miles or so, but these replaced some Motoz Tractionators that I don't want to wear out on the road. The tires mounted up pretty easily for doing this in the driveway, except for one spot on the front that would not seat. Took the front and rear to a local bike parts store to get spin balanced and they used tire lube to get it to seat. Balanced very easily. Turns in much quicker, of course. They are a little louder than the Dunlop Trailsmart tires that were stock. But I don't mind it, it's not bad at all. They lean well, and seem to have good grip. Only been on dry pavement, so far, but others say they are good in the wet. If they last like a lot of others say, then great. If not, still a good deal. Search earth-roamers blogspot for a really good test across Europe to Thailand. They say it all.

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