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William in CA
These tires are good off road but just barely ok on the road. They are Noisy and do not grip as good as the TKC 80’s. I have lost a little of my confidence in corners because of there road manners. The noise on the road is irritating. It is a load howl from 45mph up to 75mph then it goes away. If you spend more time off the road then this tire will be good for you.Read All Reviews
shane in IA
havent tried it out yet. looks impressive hope it is. will return with resultsRead All Reviews
Seth in MA
The Dsport are a great value. The tread depth is very deep. I replaced a Michelin T63 that didn't quite have enough tread depth for our local conditions. The Dsport raised the bike up an inch or so taller with the increased block height. If you're looking for an aggressive dual sport tire this is a contender. This rear tire was not well balanced. It took a lot of weight (without a rim lock). See photo. The front was almost perfectly balanced without weight.Read All Reviews
keith in IN
I put this tire on my klr650 to replace a shinko 705 tire. road performance is smooth, however do not purchase this tire if you plan to do any off roading or mud. Admittadly my bike is very heavy. the moment I put it on any mud or wet grass it just spins and spins and slides side to side. I got stuck in my own back yard turning it around on a rainy day. It couldnt get up a tiny embancment to the driveway, just tore up the grass and slid around in place. I had to get off and help push it up a 4 inch lip. Never had traction issues on any other tire. Very disapointed.Read All Reviews
Larry in NV
I think the S22 is far superior to the S20 stock tires that came on my FZ-09 Yamaha. I warms up much faster and seems to have much more traction that the original tires. I don't know about the rain and mileage on the new tires, I haven't ridden the bike in the rain in two years and I got 8500 miles out of the stock tires (I only have 250 miles on the new S22s)Read All Reviews