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  • IRC VE35 Enduro Tire

    eyler in ID

    Good price for a quality tire. Good aggressive tre...

    Man I love new tires! It is easy for me to neglect my rounded beaten old tires as a necessary item for trail riding. This fresh and aggressive tread pattern grips and holds on slippery root laden sidehills when riding in the woods.

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  • Michelin AC10 Dual Sport Tire

    Patrick in MI

    Great Dual-Sport Tire

    Good grip and control on my XT225 over nearly all terrain: loose dirt, hard-pack, sand, sand-rock-mix, dirt-rock-mix, and mud. I haven't tried these in primarily rocky terrain.

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  • Pirelli MT21 Rallycross Dual Sport Rear Motorcycle Tire

    Mark in MO

    Pirelli MT21 RallyCross Tires Are a Great Match for...

    With a little less than 1000 miles on my Pirelli MT21s (front and rear), I couldn't be happier with their performance both on- and off-road on my DR-Z400S dual sport. The off-road traction (hard-packed rocked roads, dual-track trails, turf) seems great, and the traction on pavement (dry or wet) has been reliably solid. Sure, you can feel the knobbies when rolling on pavement (upright and in turns), but that's to be expected. Although this set has low miles, the wear and tear seem reasonable with no chunking. And yes, the wheels are balanced.

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  • Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Tire

    Frederick in IN

    Excellent rubber

    This will be the fourth D606 I've fitted to my '08 WR250R. It is my go-to tire for off road traction, DOT compliance, and reasonable life on the pavement. The old one, which is still on the WRR has almost 5000 miles on it, but I usually don't get that much, generally they go about 3500 to 4500 miles. Still excellent for this sort of tire. It is loud, but has surprisingly good traction on wet pavement. Great for rock, not quite as good for mud. A truly outstanding 80-20 tire.

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  • Kenda K270 Dual Sport Rear Tire

    John in SK

    Good value

    Ride klr650 Saskatchewan back Roads adventure riding. Lots of gravel these are great for loose stuff and general dirt and sand. Find them quiet on hwy and try riding 60 percent gravel roads. Value for money very good.

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  • Kenda K760 Trakmaster II Rear Tire

    Josiah in CA

    Thumbs up

    Great tire in the dirt and and rocky terrain, plenty of flex for loose pack dirt and good tread life on pavement.

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