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Matt in PA
I stalled these tires on my Ktm 500 I dual sport. Don’t run much road but always run roads to get to trails. The front tire feels a bit slippery on terrain that other tires usually feel more stable on it does however wear like iron. I have 1500 miles and it still shows the little squares in the knobs and hasn’t worn abnorormal yet. Can’t beat it. The rear tire however is very very sticky on just about everything. However I made a 4 day trip to Hatfield McCoy and it would not hook on the hard packed clay at all. And not to mention every center knob has now ripped off. Not knocking it to bad but the tread isn’t not intended to last more than a few solid rides. Do not run the rear down the roads it’ll kill it and it felt rather loose in turns. Overall I’d try another one if I ran less road and I’d the tread compound didn’t tear off.Read All Reviews