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Motoz Tractionator GPS Rear Motorcycle Tire
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    Motoz Tractionator GPS Rear Motorcycle Tire

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      Got the right bike, got the right GPS, get the right tires. MOTOZ TRACTIONATOR GPS Tires are made for GPS inspired riders who need dependability in all conditions.

      MOTOZ designed them to get you anywhere on the globe and back home again. Long mileage, serious traction and smooth transition from pavement to gravel to dirt, the GPS does it all well.
      MOTOZ Tractionator GPS Tire is reversible to suit the rider’s needs – either 50/50 or Mostly Off Road.
      In 50/50 direction the GPS is a well behaved street-able tire with smooth cornering transition from centre to cranked all the way over.
      In Mostly Off Road direction the aggressive straight line hook up and cornering drive is engaged.
      Furthermore, it’s technically 25% stronger than many other adventure tires.
      They also feature deeper tread than most adventure tires. And the unique compound results in longer mileage.
      In conclusion, the Tractionator GPS means dependable traction in a wide variety of conditions.
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    Motoz Tractionator GPS Rear Motorcycle Tire Reviews

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    4.3 / 5.0
    23 Reviews
    5 Stars
    4 Stars
    3 Stars
    2 Stars
    1 Star
    14
    5
    2
    1
    1
    Value
    4.1 / 5
    Tread life
    4.5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    4.2 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4.3 / 5
    Handling
    4.1 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes (19)
    No (3)
    Value
    1 / 5
    Tread life
    1 / 5
    Wet Traction
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    3 / 5
    Handling
    3 / 5
    Recommend it?
    No
    Rear tire badly cracked @ 3800 miles
    My riding buddy and I purchased Motoz Tractionator G P.S. tires in late July for an early August trip. We both had our tires mounted on our BMW GS/GSA at a reputable BMW dealer. During our 14 day trip through NW Canada we checked our tire pressures daily and the tires performed well. On day 14 with 3800 miles on the tires we noticed cracks in both rear tires and on my buddy's front tire also. My rear tire had 8 cracks from 1/4" - 1 1/4" long. All these cracks were located 1" left of center near where the lugs meet the tire's base carcass. This is totally unacceptable for a tire touted to last 7-10k. I read that this was an issue with Motoz tires, but that the company corrected their compounds. I guess not. Tire serial # 3318H. This not a reflection of Rocky Mountain ATV. IMHO, choose another tire. Ride safe.
    September 11, 2019
    Marysville, WA, US
    Age: 45-64
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    221 - 250 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    A superb tire
    In comparing the Motoz GPSs to other 50/50 tires, I gave all 5 stars for the categories above. (Can't truly compare them to tires such as the Michelin PR 4s or 5s for any of the categories---except value---when speaking to handling on the road.)

    One word of caution for those that ride V-Strom 650 XTs: buy the 130/80B-17s instead of the 150/70B-17s. I experienced cracking of the tires. From Rocky Mountain after speaking with the folks at Motoz:

    The bike is a 650 Vstrom (so narrow rear rim fitted with OEM Radial). Not a good fitment for a B (Bias Belted) HD Bias adv tyre. I can’t find 650 Vstrom rim width, but it is evident from the pictures that rim is too narrow (only one third of the tyre is contacting the ground). The stress on the tyre being mounted on a narrow rim pulls tyre into a V shape and opens up the groove (stresses/stretches the groove open - making it crack).

    The manufacturer suggests you use a 130/80-17 to avoid this happening again.

    I was so happy and have such confidence in this tire that I purchased the 130/80-17s. (It helped that the good folks at Rocky Mountain gave me a refund.)

    -m---
    July 31, 2019
    Lenox, MA, US
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Value
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Great, maybe better alternative to the competition!
    Great tire, provides superior comfort and confidence for street riding as well as off road. Set up in the 50/50 can't rate tread life or wet traction yet, so for so good. I may have found my new go to. Will definitely be buying again!

    -m---
    July 23, 2019
    Issaquah, WA, US
    Purchased
    4 months ago
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    10K Miles, Two-Up (1000lbs) Seattle to Ecuador
    I put this rear on my KTM 1190 R which is no slouch, rode 2k miles. Then put my wife and a bunch of gear on the back and rode from Seattle to Ecuador. Bike plus us and gear = 1000lbs.

    At 10k miles, the rear still has life in Quito. Since we are back for a wedding I'm grabbing another but part of me wants to just keep riding and see if the original could make it to Ushuaia. It wore down normally until about half-life and then just stopped wearing out.

    BTW, no flats the whole trip and never needed to add air unless I dropped pressure on purpose.

    -m-DUAL SPORT--
    July 12, 2019
    Seattle, WA, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Excellent tires
    Excellent tires will buy again. A bit tougher to get on but, no big deal. Nice road traction wet and dry. Secure feeling diving into tall grass with loose dirt. Very nice! Hope to get some miles out of them but if They are only average I will still buy again because of the traction.
    July 8, 2019
    Ralston, NE, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    5 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    5'4 - 5'6
    Value
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    1 / 5
    Handling
    2 / 5
    Recommend it?
    No
    Took me by surprise
    I bought this tire thinking it'd be an awesome compromise for both dirt and street. It's great so far on the street but geez I was in for a huge wake up call when I took it off the road. The front tire was definitely confidence inspiring and bit well into the dirt. The rear wasn't equally yoked by long shot. As soon as I turned off the traction control it felt like I was riding on a slick tire with no bite. I definitely will not be buying this rear tire again and now can't wait till it wears out. Expensive mistake but lesson learned
    April 26, 2019
    Henderson, NV, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    6 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    131 - 160 lbs.
    Height:
    5'7 - 5'9
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    4 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Alaska and back
    I used these tires last summer on my Alaska trip, on my F800GS. These tires lasted the entire trip and still have tread left (8309 miles round trip). Lots of slab up and back, with dirt roads thrown in. I am insanely happy with them and will use again, no doubt.

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    -m-2011 BMW--
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    April 18, 2019
    Lehi, UT, US
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Value
    5 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    5 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    5 / 5
    Handling
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Love these tires
    I have these tires front and rear on my BMW GSA. I ride about 50/50 dirt and pavement, although I prefer dirt. These tires have been great on everything so far. Very good in dirt and gravel, and very good on pavement as well. I havent had them long, nor in all conditions yet. Not sure how they do in loose sand or mud yet, but will find out soon!

    -m-2018--
    April 17, 2019
    Layton, UT, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    3 / 5
    Tread life
    3 / 5
    Wet Traction
    4 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    3 / 5
    Handling
    2 / 5
    Recommend it?
    No
    Front cupped quickly and speed wobbles over 100
    Love Motoz tires on my enduro small dual sport bikes.. decided to try these on my Ducati Multistrada Enduro. the Guys at the Ducati dealer thought they looked very cool on the bike.. so did I.

    these needed to be scrubbed in as they are super slick new. so be careful.
    took these on an adv ride from texas to Arizona.. approximately 2000 miles. mix of all road conditions

    new.. they are great and good pavement and took the curves well with nothing unpredictable. lean angle is good.. now I wasn't road racing and on a fully packed ADV bike but I ride pretty hard and had no problem except when exceeding the speed limit above 90 mph.. the bike developed a speed wobble. which hasn't surfaced again with same load and other tires.

    gravel and dirt road tracktion is very good up front.. with the center bar on the rear.. I did get some wheel spin. though I never aired down which might have helped.

    after the trip the front was severally cupped and by far the loudest tire I have ever heard riding down the highway .

    overall good tires.. would use for small trips where I know I'd be in alot of dirt.. I wouldn't use on long adv trips again.
    I'll be back on my Mitas e07s as it's hard to beat those for overall performance.. for a short deep dirt ride.. I'd rather use the shinko big block tires for just the money savings.

    -m-2016--
    April 10, 2019
    Austin , TX, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    4 / 5
    Tread life
    5 / 5
    Wet Traction
    3 / 5
    Grip/Traction
    4 / 5
    Handling
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    should be oem for klr 650.
    Dude, it squeels on the pavement and still finds traction in the sand. kinda says it all.

    I have used every tire popular to my klr 650, and a few that are too pricey to be. The gps has been the best for me. people talk about the weight of it being bad, but a little more common sense than they have can tell there is double the tread. All tires lighten up over time lol. For anyone not pretending to be an mx star on their overweight adventure or dual sport bike this tire will be surprisingly good.

    For you klr riders that have to ride 50+ miles of highway to get to the dirt you will love the gps. It rolls like a street tire and tractors in dry sand. the rubber is like armor on rocks but for desert riders who love picking cactus out of their tubes motoz has a better option.

    I am ordering a second set of gps. it is the first time out of 7 other tires I have tried on klr I ordered seconds.
    the only thing I may change to is a more aggressive front tire.

    -m-2013--
    February 16, 2019
    Honolulu, HI, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    251 - 280 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
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    How is mounting and unmounting on these tires? Are they any more difficult to manage than other tires? Would be using with an Africa Twin.
    David M on Nov 27, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I've mounted and dismounted two sets in the floor of my garage with basic irons/spoons. They're a fairly stiff tire but they go on well with decent technique and a little soap sud spray. The iron-only dismount takes some effort and good technique. They require some serious leverage to pop loose but collapse and dismount easily afterward. I rarely use any lubricant spray for mounting dual sport tires. For these tires I felt the lubricant was worth the effort, if not needed. And I paid much more attention to proper iron placement than I normally do for more flexible tires. I'd feel comfortable doing a trail repair on them. I'm happy with them. I run them on my Triumph Scrambler and CSC/Zongshen RX3. The Tranctionator ADV is also an excellent tire and I found it easier to mount and dismount. I run that tire on my DR650.
    Can I run a tube in this tire for a Dr650?
    DAVID M on Oct 14, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can run a tube in a tubeless tire. In fact I've got about 4100 miles on this tire with tube now on my 2017 KLR 650.

    I do like this tire (front too). Sidewalls are super heavy duty. In fact when I put both front and rear on I sat on the bike with no air in tires and the sidewalls barely flexed. Reminded me of some kind of run flat tire.
    How does this compare to the tractionator adv tires?
    A shopper on Sep 29, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: In what way? GPS has better road handling characteristics, wears longer, is decent in dirt unless it is muddy, then it plugs up. Some say it is slippery on wet asphalt which would make sense based on the tread pattern ... especially on paint lines, but I have not really had an issue there.

    Adventures are better in all offroad conditions and decent on road ... except the front tire, it is squirrelly as hell. They last half to one third as long as the GPS.
    will the 130 fit on my 120 dr650?
    Abel V on Feb 7, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: Yes, the Tractionator GPS 130/80-17 is a perfect fit! Thanks Abel.
    How do these tires handle on curvy wet roads?KLR 650
    A shopper on Jan 17, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It's an all weather tire so it does well in all conditions but doesn't excel in a single category.
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