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Michelin dual sport motorcycle tires in multiple sizes with the best prices.
Larry in Tennessee
I have used Michelin tires for the entire 151,000 miles since I bought the bike new in 2003. First set was T-66's and the rest were Anakee, Anakee2 and Anakee3. Latest Anakee (the 3) has about the same traction characteristics as the previous Anakee and Anakee2, with the dirt performance being better. Mud and sand still the same. I bought the pair (front and rear) and mounted them at the same time, and ran the same tire pressure as the previous tires since 90+% of the riding is 2-up. There was less scalloping wear in the Anakee3, but instead of getting the 12,000+ miles that I have been getting on the previous tires, this one was down to the wear bands at 9500 miles. I replaced the front and it now has 4000+ miles and just recently had to change the rear tire which got nearly 13,000 miles. I will probably have to replace the front again before the rear wears out.Read All Reviews
Larry in Tennessee
I have put 151,000 miles on Michelin tires since I bought the GS in 2003. T-66's came stock and I went with Anakee's, Anakee2's and now the Anakee3. In my experience, this latest Anakee has some features that are better than the first two Anakee's, and some that are worse. Traction in both wet an dry are similar, with the Anakee2's being the best in my opinion. I always used the V-rated tires in all three models, and found that the Anakee3 has the best traction over tar snakes, especially in wet conditions. Mileage was about 20% better with the first one getting over 12,500 miles before it got down to the wear bands. The one issue that I don't like is the harmonic noise that you get between 35 and 45 miles per hour. It is the worst when the tire is new and goes away a little at a time until about 6000 miles when it seemed to be mostly gone. I have about 1500 miles on my latest tire and it seems to be doing it about the same. I know that it is a little more aggressive than the Anakee2 and is much better on dirt roads, with mud and sand performance being about the same in all three tires. I will probably replace the front with an Anakee3 when the time comes since I believe in running the same tire brand/model front and rear.Read All Reviews
Dave in Utah
On my DR650 I need an around tire for the off road and street work I require. On a 5 day trip to Mesquite NV, I road the mud of the Virgin river, sandy washes, the streets around town and the freeway to Bunkerville. Much of the off road is deep sand and thick gravel. The sand is not fun on a heavy bike like the DR but the T 63 gets you in and back out, same with the deep mud! The tire is fine on the streets around town and the noise in par with any other knobbie type tire. Longevity at this point is unknown but with 500 miles so far, I have not seen any chunking, fast or odd wear patterns. I'd guess its will go 3k like most knobbies on a heavy dual sport bike.Read All Reviews
Nuklhed in Washington
I run a wide range of terrain from sand to rocky. This tire is quickly wearing out after only about 180 miles since new. I can't say that it hooks up supremely, either. The front matching tire is a full 3/8 narrower than the same size Pirelli mid-hard. It's twitchy like a pizza cutter wheel. I won't buy these ever again. I'm not a spin the tires kind of rider, either. I like to hook up and ride smooth. Sand...well, that can't be helped.Read All Reviews