Dunlop D607 Dual Sport-Street Rear Tire

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Dunlop D607 Dual Sport-Street Rear Tire
  • 80% on-road, 20% off-road
  • New tread pattern features wide, stable, central blocks with large lateral grooves to provide superb water evacuation, and smaller longitudinal grooves to optimize block stiffness, thereby increasing wear resistance
  • The D607 features Dunlop's single-radius concept introduced on the D208ZR - This design reduces changes to the contact patch area at different lean angles for improved feel and more progressive steering response
  • Rear tire combines Joinless Band (JLB) construction with Dunlop CTCS (Carcass Tension Control System) for enhanced cornering and wear performance, excellent high-speed stability and exceptional tire compliance
  • Matching D607 front tire is available


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Dunlop - D607 Dual Sport-Street Rear Tire and Front

The D607 is a great dual sport tire if you ride mostly on the street. I recently did 25 very fast passes through deals gap on my BMW GS Adventure. They stick very well. The front tire also eliminated a low speed head shake I was having with the stock BMW tire. Transitions from side to side are quick. I used to use Pirelli Scorpions on my GS bikes. I like the Dunlop better.

Bobby - May 27, 2010

(Brooksville, FL)

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great street tire posing as a dual sport tire

My application for this D607 rear is a V-strom 650. While I was disappointed to find that it does not have much of any grab for the dirt I have been surprised by how excellent it is on the street. It does take some warm up time but once this tire has the heat it sticks amazingly well and gives lots of confidence and a very predictable turn in all the way to peg scraping angles.

Mark Wing - October 29, 2009

(Felton, CA)

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3rd time with these

I've had the 607's once on a vstrom 650 and 2 times on the 1000. Great sticky tires but these don't last long if you love the torque of the 1000. I only get a little over 4k on the rear. Front is fine.

Joe - July 20, 2010

(Owatonna, MN)

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Dual sports on a bonni t100

These are great tires. The only thing is when they are new they like to track with the rain grooves on the freeway. They are great in the canyons/paved. They are marginal on a fire road/dirt.

mike - October 05, 2009

(los angeles, CA)

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Dunlop 607

Good street grip, fair in the dirt, a little concerned about age, my tire was manufactured 2+ years ago! As with any good (sticky) street compound, total mileage will be lower (5K miles max).

Chaz - October 03, 2011

(Eureka, CT)

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Great tire, it fit perfect and I can drive easily.

Fred - November 03, 2009

(Costa Rica, FL)

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Dunlop 607 rear tire

This is my second 607 rear; the first lasted only 4800 miles, used on an 05 DL1000 V Strom. Bought another rear to last through the front Dunlop. Handling-fair, wear-poor. I would use Bridgestone Trailwings (ran 7500 miles) before another set of Dunlop 607's. The Trailwings also felt more predictable in corners than the Dunlops.

John - August 09, 2007

(Tucson, Northwest )

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Dunlop D607

On my Triumph Tiger 900 the Dunlops replaced the Michlien T66's that came stock. The D607s gave a smooth highway ride but were no better than a street tire in the dirt. On a trip to Alaska in 2005 the rear tread evaporated with about 5000 miles. The Metzler Tourences I replaced them with are better in the dirt and will last twice as long. The only thing thats better with the Dunlops is the price.

Tiger Mike - August 09, 2007

(Minneapolis, MA)
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