Dunlop TR91 Trailmax Dual Sport Rear Tire

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    Dunlop TR91 Trailmax Dual Sport Rear Tire

    Taking your trail bike or adventure tourer off the main road becomes a real option with Dunlop’s new Trailmax TR91. Blending all of Dunlop’s road and dirt tire knowledge together into one highly accomplished dual-purpose tire, the Trailmax TR91 has been specifically engineered for the growing number of riders who want new experiences - the kind that aren’t always found on numbered roads. It delivers precise handling, confident traction and long-distance comfort across a wide range of surfaces, along with low wear rates. Don’t tame your spirit of adventure: let it roam free with the Trailmax TR91.
    • JLB (JointLess Belt) construction front and rear for optimum stability and shock absorption (available in radial sizes only)
    • Specific block design to deliver the best on- and off-road performance
    • AOF (Aromatic Oil Free) rubber compound to help protect the environment
    • Extensively tested on a wide range of popular dual-purpose bikes
    • Item # 34942
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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    Perfect tire for my Wee Strom

    I put a pair of these on my 09 V-Strom and they are awesome. They work well on forest roads and even in mild rocky terrain. On road they stick like crazy and wear very well.

    Jeff - May 09, 2014

    (Tucson, AZ)

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    Not quite as good as the 607 IMO.

    I don't think the grip in dry or wet is quite as good as the 607's these were designed to replace. A bit of squirrelyness where the 607s were rock solid stable. Also wear is a bit less. I got 14,000 miles out of the last 2 pairs of rear 607's I used. Only got 12,000 miles out of the TR91 rear before it needed replacing. Bike is a Suz VStrom 650.

    James - December 13, 2013

    (Schertz, TX)

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    Smooth and quite, better than knobby if you ride mainly on road.

    JT - December 13, 2013

    (Presidio, TX)

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    great handling, short tread life

    I just drove across country and back, the most winding roads I could find. After 6k miles the rear tire is shot. Too soft in my opinion.

    cody - December 13, 2013

    (San Francisco, CA)

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    TR-91

    5000 plus miles and still doing great! Great tires for my KLR. Wouldn't use any other tires.

    Chuck - August 12, 2013

    (Pontiac, MI)

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    Good upgrade

    I had been running the original Bridgestone Battlewings with good results over several sets. I changed to the Dunlops last round. The BWs are a better value IMO and really good tire on the Gs1200 but the TR91s seem to be a bit stickier in the curves, a bit more aggressive in the dirt and also wearing a bit longer. On a budget go with BWs. Want an upgrade go TRs.

    Jerry - December 18, 2012

    (OKC , OK)

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    TR91

    Just replaced the Dunlop 607 with the new tr 91. Have done one trip on it and happy with traction and cornering. Haven’t used in wet nor have I put enough miles on to rate that. The 607's only lasted 4400 miles on my DL1000, one up aggressive riding. Hope the new design lasts longer than the 607's. If they are as good in the wet as the 607's I’ll be very happy! Cheers!

    Jeff - October 29, 2012

    (Surrey, BC)

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    Good tire

    So far so good, havent been able to test it on wet roads because it hasnt started to rain and about tread life its only been 1k miles but theres been little wear, and about traction offroad its pretty decent, some slipage but not to bad overall a pretty decent tire i would recomend it

    Federico - October 09, 2012

    (san diego , CA)

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    Very good tire!

    As I said of the front tire, I'll say the same for the rear...I have tried many different styles and makes of tires on my GS and I definitely like these the best among the dual purpose. As I barely have 1000 miles on them, I cannot comment on tread life, yet. Ask me again in another 14 K or so.

    Andy - August 31, 2012

    (Sharpsburg, GA)

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    Great Tire!

    Treat life and traction are fantastic. Just finished 2500 miles on a KLR through the SW deserts and back, and on or off road the tire performed very well and held up to the reviews. I'm 260 lbs loaded with gear, and it shows little if any wear. I always run max tire pressure which helps. Will buy another set when this one is finally done.

    Ken - August 20, 2012

    (Snohomish, WA)

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    Dunlop TR91

    Great tire overall. Quieter than the Anakee. Great off road as well. Very impressed!

    Eddie C. - May 14, 2012

    (Miami, FL)

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    Dunlop tr91

    Great tire for the rear of my Tiger 800! Plenty of tread and great grip. Very predictable at speed on dirt roads and sandy conditions. Also great in the street. I love this tire!

    Scotty - January 12, 2012

    (Ossining, NY)

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    Dunlop TR91

    UNBELIEVABLY GOOD TIRE FOR BMW GS. Incredible grip and long lasting due to greater initial tread depth. AND large grooves for dual sporting. Probably not as long lasting as the Metzler Torrance, but WAY more grip and higher confidence in aggressive cornering. Have used just about everything on the GS (Michelin Anakee, Torrance, Conti Road Attack and Dunlop 607's) Nothing comes close to the TR91's.

    Herb - June 24, 2011

    (San Jose, CA)

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    Dunlop TR91 Trailmax Dual Sport Tires

    All I can say is Wow! These replaced the Dunlop 607's which were great as well but these are even better. It seems the tread life is slightly better as well but I have only got about 1000 miles on them so far. The best thing about these tires are they are incredibly sticky. I just don't get it, better tread life and more sticky? The two usually don't go together. Either way I will be ordering another set and my riding buddies are lining up to buy these.

    Mark L. - May 27, 2011

    (San Jose, CA)

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    Best Yet

    I have about 2k on these tires and they are hands down the best I have ridden on my 06 Triumph Scrambler. They are more everything than Metzlers Tourance which I thought was a really good tire. They grip WAY better than the Pirelli sport demons that just came off. Willing turn in with no drama to the capability of the bike. I weigh about 230 with gear and the bike about 455 so if you’re thinking dr/xr/klr I think you will be really happy with tread life. These tires put the Sport in dual-sport. Thank you Dunlop.

    Wayne - May 10, 2011

    (Umatilla, OR)
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