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Dual Sport Tire Review

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Michelin Anakee III Motorcycle Tire Review
…Michelin updates its dual-sport tire with its new Anakee III. A quality set of motorcycle tires is the most tangible performance upgrade you can make to a bike. And for 2013 French tire brand Michelin wants to earn your hard-earned dollars by introducing six new street tires designed to complement…
2009 Honda XR650L Project Bike Part 2
…performance is a compromise and many of the tires that perform well do not last very long. Like most dual-sport bikes, the stock tires aren't great at much of anything. They were quickly replaced with a set of the venerable Kenda Trackmasters. This DOT tire has a dirt bias, being rated for 80% dirt, 20%…
Pirelli MT 43 Pro Trials Tire Review
…motor isn’t exactly the type to spin up the rear tire very often. For pure off-road use, with the relatively docile power and excellent wear thus far, we expect to get 3-4 times the lifespan compared to a regular knobby on this bike. Dual-sporting would of course alter the air pressure needs and wear…
Motorcycle Tires Product Guide
…of the original tires. Latest Motorcycle News More Motorcycle News Recent Motorcycle Tire Review Articles Motorcycle Tire Reviews Page Motorcycle Tires at Motorcycle Superstore Street Bike Tires If you're looking for street bike tires, sportbike tires or sport touring motorcycle tires, then you're in…
Riding The Trans-America Trail
…first option for the TAT rider is to go light and fast, and trailer a 250-550cc dual-sport to the start of the TAT in Tennessee, and then run with a support crew, or eliminate camping all together. Most lighter dual-sports cannot run the TAT self-supported. The advantage of a lighter moto is that all…
2012 Kawasaki KLR650 Comparison
…fenders finally sparked our interest. The Dunlop tires help give it a more masculine appeal as well. “The KLRs smooth power, neutral handling and plush, well-balanced suspension make it best for the wide array of terrain encountered in dual sport off-road situations,” says Riant. What the KLR lacks…
2013 KTM 1190 Adventure First Ride
…Damping Rear Suspension: WP mono-shock, Electronically Adjustable Damping and Preload Front Brakes: 320mm dual disc, Brembo four-piston calipers Rear Brake: 267mm disc, dual-piston Brembo caliper Tires: 120/70-19; 170/60-17, Continental ContiTrailAttack 2 Wheelbase: 61.4 in. Ground Clearance: 8.66 in. Seat…
2008 Yamaha WR250R First Ride
" Yamaha took a long, hard look at the dual-sport market before diving in and it seems like it found the right spot to take the plunge with the all-new WR250R and 250X. The front end is keeping its act together as I enter the biggest set of whoops yet - something I hope continues. The speedo is fluttering…
2015 Yamaha SR400 Comparison
…it’s still a great looking ride. Seated behind the handlebar the SR offers a natural and upright riding stance. It’s less demanding than the more sport-oriented Continental GT and as mini-bike-ish as the Suzuki. Its seat height (30.9 in.) is between the novice-friendly TU at 30.3 inches and the racier…
2010 KTM 690 Enduro Motorcycle Review
…more towards a life on the road. First a note regarding dirt riding and tires. Tires are everything in offroad performance for a big bike. The stock KTM rubber is the DOT approved Pirelli MT21. This is a really good all around tire. Due to availability, I tested the 690 with a Bridgestone 403/ED78 combo…
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