IRC GP-110 Dual Sport Rear Tire

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    IRC GP-110 Dual Sport Rear Tire

    • 90% on road 10% off road
    • Designed to provide the best possible handling and control for both on and off road
    • "S" rated tire (up to 112mph) which delivers comfortable performance and handling on the street with just enough off-road bite
    • DOT Approved
    • Item # 14987
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    Overall Rating: 4.24 of 5

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    Great Tire for the Short Time it Lasts

    When I bought my KLR these are the tires that came on it. I replaced both the front and rear with the same GP-110's. At 3500 miles I had to replace the rear again. The front looks hardly worn. I did replace it again with another GP-110 and hopefully I will see better results otherwise I will have to find better wearing tires. I really enjoy the tires otherwise, they are great on and off road.

    Steve - March 16, 2012

    (Milwaukee, WI)

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    IRC GP 110 is a Metzler Sahara Jr

    I bought a set for my 2008 DR 650SE. Once I got them thru the break-in period, they hook up very good on the asphalt at speed. They also work great on the dirt/gravel providing controlled drift/slides. Great Dual Sport tires.

    Bob F. - November 29, 2011

    (Willits, CA)

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    Great Tire, Great Price.

    I really love this tire. I use it on my 1973 TS400 2-stroke enduro bike, and the street performance is great, with adequate dirt performance. A good, dual-purpose tire providing strong cornering on the street.

    Tracy - November 14, 2011

    (Solana Beach, CA)

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    So far, so great!

    Tire showed up THE VERY NEXT DAY! Never had that experience before when ordering parts! 1000 miles and minimal signs of wear. Went off road last weekend... very surprised by the hookup in dry, dusty, rocky terrain. I will buy another when this one has seen it's better days!

    Brent - October 18, 2010

    (Chattanooga, TN)

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    So far, so great!

    Tire showed up THE VERY NEXT DAY! Never had that experience before when ordering parts! 1000 miles and minimal signs of wear. Went off road last weekend... very surprised by the hookup in dry, dusty, rocky terrain. I will buy another when this one has seen it's better days!

    Brent - October 18, 2010

    (Chattanooga, TN)

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    IRC GP-110 DS

    I've used this tire for several years on my '89 Honda Transalp. What attracted me to this tire, initially, was the way the center knobs on the tire make a sort of continuous tread patch in the way they interlock or overlap each other. Having worked in the car/truck tire business some time, I knew this type of tread pattern would make for a comfortable, quiet street ride which is where the majority of my riding takes place. I was right on that account .But I also found that this tire gives excellent cornering abilities on pavement, too. I looked for a tire that gave me excellent on-road traction and is aggressive enough to tackle light-duty off road use, this tire is it for me.

    Eric - April 12, 2010

    (Buford, GA)

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    IRC - GP-110 Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Excellent trail and decent street tire. Good traction in the rocky and loose surfaces also good grip for the occasional street ride. We have these tires on both an XR 600 and TT-R 225, both bikes hook up well and tread life seems to be v-good.

    Doug Meyer - July 06, 2009

    (Cottonwood, AZ)

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    DUAL SPORT TIRE!

    Great tire for the city. I don't ride much off road, but I can tell, it has good traction either way. Great stability, traction and smooth cornering for the city and it looks dang great. A big Thanks to Motorcycle Store!!!!!!!

    Constantine - July 02, 2009

    (Chicago, IL)

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    DUAL SPORT TIRE

    I like the feeling when my Husqvarna TE610 E goes into a corner with that tire, unbelievable!!!!!!!!!And it looks great too! I love it.

    Constantine - July 02, 2009

    (Chicago, IL)

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    IRC - GP 110

    This tire is great for my bike...XR650L. Traction on road is unquestionable. Off-road it is a little weak, but that is why its an 80/20. I can't say on wear because I only have about 750 miles, but no problem yet.

    Lance Headrick - September 29, 2008

    (Lansing, KS)

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    Dual sport tire

    This is the second GP-110 I have purchased for the rear. Bought two King 906's first and they were bald 1500 miles later. I do like my wheelies but 1500 per tire blows. Went with the IRC and got 5k out of that sucker wheelies and all. Not much dirt put to the tire but does well on fire roads. In the mud you might as well be running slicks. Sand performance is weak at best. But on the street this thing hooks up pretty damn good. Cornering is alright until I try powering through, then I can feel the rear slide and kick out a bit. Rain is not this tires friend, but what knobbie does good on rain soaked asphalt? Over all this tire Rocks for 80 bucks, long life even when beat on and pretty good street traction. STAY AWAY FROM THE MUD...... TRUST ME

    Todd - July 24, 2008

    (carmichael, CA)
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