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Dual Sport Motorcycle Tires

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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  • Shinko E-805 Rear Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Chris in MO

    Excellent tire at a reasonable price!

    Installed the 805 on my klr in spring of 2019, removed 3/2020 at 7500 with another new 805. It easily had another 1000-1500 road miles left in it, but wanted to start the season on new rubber. Seems to be a really good match to the KLR and my riding style. Spent a lot more time on the road last year than expected and didn’t expect it to last as long as it did. Good handling wet and dry on the road. No noise, vibration, or issues. Corners and brakes well on the road. No complaints. Off-road for me, mostly gravel roads, conservation roads, 2 track, some single track was all quite good and well pleased. The tread design not being staggers means it doesn’t side hill in anything wet or loose well at all. But it will plow through wet and loose things if little side angle. I’m not that aggressive with it off-road, and have been well pleased with what I have done with the 805. Seems a good value and match to the KLR. I Liked it enough to install another. The 804 up front is another story, avoid that tire!

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  • Shinko E-804 Front Dual Sport Motorcycle Tire

    Chris in MO

    I have a love hate relationship with the 804

    Overall 2.5 stars I gave this tire a good long run and there are things I like and things I don’t. Installed new and removed at 8000 miles on my 2008 KLR650 with a surprising amount of tread left. Likes: Wears like iron. Had 8000 miles with a lot of paved highway use. Keep it on the low 30 psi range for pavement for long life. Handles on rode very well, wet or dry, better than it looks like it would and the 60/40 designation would suggest. Didn’t vibrate or make much sound on pavement. Turns great, is light to steer, and very flickable on road. Decent true off-road performance. Mud and sand very average at best as expected. Dislikes: I found this tire absolutely awful on gravel roads, which is primarily why I bought the KLR and this tire to ride on. Feels like the front was on marbles. Even aired down to 20 psi. It never felt planted or solid on any gravel. Whether it be graded, primitive, deep gravel or any other combo, it just didn’t work for me. I had a Shinko 705 before the 804 and it was infinitely more sure footed on gravel roads of all types even though it looks like a street tire. Only way I’d recommend this tire is if you like the aggressive look of the big block design, but don’t actually go off road.

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  • Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    Jeremy in CO

    Perfect compromise between road grip, off-road bite...

    I find the front tire is pretty sketchy on the street until it you get some hours on it and a little wear on the knobs. After that it tracks true and gives good feedback. On gravel, it feels like it is dancing a little, but just trust the tire and roll with it. I found it worked very well off-road with a big Husqvarna TR650 and wears like iron (relative to a dedicated off-road knobby.) Off-road performance is impressive given how competent it is on the street and how long it lasts. I used it everywhere I would take a dedicated dirt bike, and it worked well. As a side note, it is a stiff tire and hard to mount. TR650 TERRA

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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Rear Tire

    Brian in TN

    Most fun on a DOT tire off-road.

    Love me some Trakmaster! Best bang for the buck on an aggressive dual sport tire. Just came back from my own March Moto Madness, single track and forest service roads. A little slippery on wet rocks, but what isn’t. This is my 3rd rear, haven’t run a front yet. I get about 2k of usable performance. I’m running these on a heavily modified KLX 250.

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  • Tusk Dsport® Adventure Tire

    Austin in NH

    Good tires and at this price might as well pick up ...

    Have them mounted front and rear on my klr650. A couple rides on them so far. Seem to hook up well on the muddy new Hampshire dirt roads. And perform as well as I'd need them too on pavement. And oh how about that price. Definitely recommend.

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  • Kenda K270 Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Jeff in PA

    Good all purpose tire

    Good all purpose tire! Installed on a Suzuki TS 185. Good price.

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