manuel lopez (haleiwa )
the dunlop 803 trials tire are by far the best tire ever hooks up super good in the gnarliest conditions such as sloopy muddy rocks and so forth the only thing to watch out for is going down hills in very dry and dusty conditions that would be the only down fall to me so just make sure that you run low air pressure to get maximum grip for gnarly conditions so i recommend tube less set up so you can run very low air pressure and even no air at all and when doing so this tire still last a long time so go ahead and try it out im sure you will like it and be sure not to give it alot of power cause this tire is more like a low speed grip tire if you give it to much power it will break loose then you will have to stop and try it all over again
Chris (Millboro )
Have it on my 690. Works great would recommend to anyone looking for a good dual sport tire
James (Corpus Christi )
Since installing this tire on my YZ426F, the front end sticks in the turns much better giving me a lot more confidence. I've ridden in sand, mud and hard packed clay. The tire I replaced still had good knobs but didn't hold the turns and sometimes would just suddenly let go. This one hasn't dropped me yet and I've pushed it a lot harder. haven't had it long enough to asses tread life but it still looks new after 3 long sessions.
James (Corpus Christi )
Installed this tire on my YZ426F. I've ridden in some sand, a little mud, some hard packed clay and soft mix. Since installing the tire, I've been considerably faster in all areas. I have 3 outings on it and it is showing a little wear but the hard pack will do that to any tire.
Mike (Toms river )
I'm running 606's front and rear.. A lot of sand in my area and these tires are working good for me. Also been good in the mud and hard pack. Very pleased with the road performance . Found they worked well at 15 psi front and rear on my drz 400s. They had much less sing at speeds over 50 mph with this pressure,then running higher road pressure and still flex enough off road without worry of a pinched tube or damaged rim on a root or rock. There also wearing well. Don't think you can go wrong with these.
chris (HARTSELLE )
This is my second one. The first one did 1200 miles from Green River to Sun Valley then another 1000 in various rides. I'm new to dirt, but if there is a better tire for a mix of road, sand, mud, and rocks then I'd be shocked. I'm 260 without gear and it held up very well under the weight, heat, and abuse. I felt it was solid on the road. I did the super thick tubes and ran about 20lbs and had no flats or issues.