josh in IN
The bite lasts slightly longer than the michelins and when new it is just as good. A bit more rugged. I am sticking with these. Nothing lasts as long as you want and they all round off too soon... but this is the best Ive found for offroad multiuse.Read All Reviews
David in NJ
These tires were OEM on my bike, and I got 6000 miles out of them. I'm not easy on them ether. I accelerate hard on the pavement, and keep them spinning in the dirt. Ridden in the mountains, sand/pine forests, and the streets of Daytona Bike Week. I'm very hard on the front brake too, which makes the center knobs wear out funny. Can be shaky on the Interstate (Not "Death Wobble" Shaky), just enough to get a little funny handling on the front. I chalk half of that up to the bike being so light, compared to a normal street bike though. I don't feel it anymore ether since I installed a steering stabilizer. Knock-On-Wood, No Flats Ether! Didn't give it 5 stars just because no dual-sport tire is perfect handling in both dirt & street applications.Read All Reviews
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