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Michelin Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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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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  • Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin T63 Road/Dual Sport Tire

    JASON in KS

    Great Tire

    Now on my 4th set. Probably didn't need to change the front every time, but figured while I was at it... . For me, this tire has performed great with everything I've thrown at it. They're on a KLR 650, so there is not a lot of aggressive off road riding, but for everything from trails to interstate they do great. I've tried several other brands and styles of DOT knobbys and these are my favorite. The one downside is I get less than 4000 miles out of a set.

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  • Michelin Anakee 3 Front Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire

    Michelin Anakee 3 Front Adventure Touring Motorcycle Tire

    William in New Hampshire

    NOISY Trumps Excellent Handling

    Purchased front and rear Anakee 3s about a month or so ago for 2008 BMW R1200Gs with 13K miles on it. Put about 1,000 miles or so on the tires at factory recommended pressures. Great cornering stability, wet surface traction, etc., but they are the NOISIEST tires I have ever owned or ridden on! 40-45mph and 60-65mph ranges are worst for incredible howling - - sounds like a wheel bearing is going or your tranny is on its last leg. Actually hurts my ears at times. In spite of their strengths in handling, etc., these tires are poorly designed for reasonably quiet road travel - - which is what most R1200GS owners are primarily using their bikes for. Michelin should have pulled these from the market a long time ago. And shame on BMW for deciding to use them as standard equipment on R1200GS models of recent manufacture. Who at Michelin or BMW actually TESTS any of these products? Would never buy this product again, because UNREASONABLY LOUD ROAD NOISE trumps just about everything in my book . . . especially with a bike that sports a heritage of quiet operation.

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  • Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Nuklhed in Washington

    Wears out quickly

    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.

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