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Shinko705 Series Dual Sport Rear Tire
$52.99 - $108.99 MSRP $76.95 - $150.95
(196 Reviews)
Shinko 705 Series Dual Sport Rear Tire New from Shinko Tire USA, the 705 Series are DOT approved dual sport tires designed for 75% street and 25% trail riding. An aggressive tread pattern provides exc...

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MetzelerTourance Rear Tire
$149.99 - $166.99 MSRP $229.95 - $249.95
(43 Reviews)
Metzeler Tourance Rear Tire Lets you take your touring-configured enduro bike for longer rides Radial tires feature twin layer, 4-ply diagonal tire carcass construction Radial front and rear tires ...

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KendaK761 Dual Sport Rear Tire
$56.99 - $79.99 MSRP $85.99 - $93.99
(136 Reviews)
Kenda K761 Dual Sport Rear Tire Unbeatable combination of both street and off road grip and stability Remarkably durable nylon ply construction delivers total riding confidence DOT approved Heavy du...

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PirelliMT 90 Scorpion A/T Enduro Front Tire
$66.99 - $112.99 MSRP $94.95 - $174.95
(23 Reviews)
Pirelli MT 90 Scorpion A/T Enduro Front Tire Tread pattern with large central knobs for straight riding stability and general V-shape orientation for great traction and breaking Excellent high-speed s...

Motorcycle Superstore's Adventure Touring Dual Sport Tire Department

From traction to no traction, smooth roads to undulating dirt, adventure tires are a special breed faced with changing surfaces and accelerated wear. In this punishing environment it is more important than ever to stay on top of your tires and Motorcycle Superstore is the natural place to do it. Covering both large scale multi-cylinder bikes and lightweight thumpers, the adventure touring dual sport tires department is stocked full of Pirelli, Metzeler, Michelin, Kenda and Dunlop tires that go from largely street biased to barely DOT legal knobbies. No matter your bike or riding style, find the tires that will get you off the beaten path and exploring the areas you’ve always wanted to. And for quick and easy motorcycle tire installation, be sure to check out Motorcycle Superstore’s Preferred Installer program.

Latest Reviews

Richard (Chatsworth, GA)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

So-So

These are best on the road but once you hit the trails, confidence starts to slip as the tire starts to do the same in the mud. They're not terrible mind you, but if you plan to do any amount of semi-hard riding in the dirt, think about an upgrade.

Norcal (Fremont, CA)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Decent street tire for my KLR

I've got two sets of rims for my KLR. One set has full knobbies and the other is meant for my road tires. I was putting high dollar road tires on but I'm now commuting with it so I figured I'd save some money and try these. So far, so good. They are smooth on the freeway and also grip and corner great for spirited weekend rides in the twisties. I wouldn't hesitate to take them on the trail as long as I'm not expecting extremely loose conditions or mud.

David (Greenwich, CT)

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Wore out fast

I ride a Triumph Tiger 800 Road, and ride lots of tight technical twisties. I've run 2 sets of Anakee2s ~ 6-7k and loved those tires - front stayed very even and round and outlasted the rears significantly. I could run 2 fronts to 3 rears, although I prefer to change both at the same time. Now with 5k on a set of Anakee3, my front is nearly at the side wear bars, starting to triangulate (handing heading downhill fast), while the rear is great shape, perhaps half worn. Looks like 2 front to 1 rear on the A3s for me, but I think I'll go back to Metzler Tourances or Next since they don't sell the A2s anymore. All premium tires stick well for me....what I look for is longevity and profile near the end of life and my A3s seem pretty badly mismatched (rear life is great though).

Mike (Everett, WA)

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Dry Traction
Wet Traction
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Just got it

I've got less than 200 miles on these, most all County 2 lane. Got them pretty quick and put them on at a friends. So far I've only been able to do the county back roads. Cornering is a lot of fun again. The Trailwings that came on the DRZ400 were squared off. I've hit 70mph on a few stretches, very smooth. Looking to get up the Forest Service roads pretty soon and see how they do in gravel.

Tim (Chattanooga, TN)

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Pirelli Scorpion

Second set of these tires, I hadn't any issues with the tires on my Honda NC 700 . The rear lasted 8500 miles with mixed riding but 4500 miles were on straight roads on I-40 west and I-10 east. Front is still going about 10000 miles. I wish they were a little more aggressive for dirt or gravel. They don't do too bad for a 95/5 or 90/10. I recommend them for commuting, riding the dragon or good service roads.

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