Across all riding styles and needs, motorcyclists consistently choose Dunlop tires. With their extensive development and manufacturing capabilities, Dunlop continues to set and then break the standards in the industry. For reliability and performance, Dunlop tires is a brand that delivers.
I have been using these tires for over 90,000 miles. Always happy with how they adapt to all kinds of weather. Great traction in the rain as well as extreme desert heat. Usually get over 10,000 miles on the front tire.
I have put over 120,000 miles on my 09' 250r, and I had tried every brand I could from perelli to shinko, Bridgestone has made me the happiest in corners straights wind and rain cold and hot. This tire has, by far, the softest sidewall I've experienced??. I can't seam to find a happy pressure to get stability and traction. I am also a mechanic so I feel like maybe I should know what I'm doing here. Alas, I got the tire on the cheap for Christmas so I'll wear it out and I never put another Dunlop on my lil AlleyFighter!
After my rear tire wore out to chords in only 6k miles, I searched for the best tire that would fit my Cross County dresser. So I'm trying out the Dunlop Elite 4. My old front had sufficient tread but I like to have a matching pair. So far I've put about a thousand miles on the tire. I haven't had any issues on dry streets or wet freeways. A time or two on wet city streets it felt a bit concerning. That may just have been me. I'm riding two to three hours a day depending on traffic on a Victory Cross Country dresser. I'll know more on tread life in another 5k miles.
I'm trying out the Dunlop Elite 4 to see if I get any increase in mileage. So far the performance is comparable to the Metzler 888 that I wore out in 6k miles. I ride a 60 mile round trip commute to work each day on freeways and city streets. The tire grabs well and sticks in corners. I haven't experienced any issues when it was raining. I've had these tires on for a few hundred miles. Time will tell if the Dunlop mileage will exceed the Metzler/Perelli rear tires'. I ride a Cross Country full dress Victory.
Back in 1920, Dunlop was the first company to use Kevlar belts in the manufacture of motorcycle tires. Since then, Dunlop tires has introduced one innovation after another. From 1920 to today, Dunlop tires is known for delivering on performance and reliability.
Dunlop Tires Selection
Innovation and product development is one reason why Dunlop tires is the leader in the motorcycle tire market. Another is their broad range of tires in every riding segment. Whether you're on a cruiser, street bike, adventure touring motorcycle or riding dirt, Dunlop tires has the right tire for you.
Dunlop Tires - Home Grown
Made in the USA. It's a label many riders look for. Dunlop is the only tire company manufacturing motorcycle tires in North America. While some tires are made elsewhere, for the most part you can expect the "Made in the USA" label when you choose Dunlop tires.