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    TW42 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire
    $133.29 - $188.51
    $90.13 - $127.48
    You save up to $61.03 (32%)
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    Bridgestone TW42 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire Trail Wing TW42 Dual Sport Rear Tires are specifically targeted for each model, compounds and constructions will vary to suit the weight, horsepower a
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    TW302 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire
    $120.31 - $144.18
    $81.35 - $97.49
    You save up to $46.69 (32%)
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    Bridgestone TW302 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire Trail Wing TW302 is an on-off type tire with primal emphasis on on-road performance, making the tire ideal for the customers who ride off-road motorc
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    TW9 Trail Wing Dual Sport Front tire
    $85.80 - $114.64
    $58.02 - $77.52
    You save up to $37.12 (32%)
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    Bridgestone TW9 Trail Wing Dual Sport Front tire The Bridgestone TW9 Trail Wing Dual Sport Front tire is 80% On Road 20% Off Road Four-ply construction for dual sport use Special dimpled edges to ma

    Latest Reviews

    Craig (Thomaston, CT)

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    Tread life

    Best on the market for the KLR

    Tried many different tires before, but if you like going high speeds on the highway and do mostly class IV and fire trails the tires work great. No cupping, no airing down. Good feel for the road and dirt. Only thing, they're not made for the mud or deep wet stuff. Easy to mount also. They feel like a match made in heaven.

    Terrance (Tooele, UT)

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    Cornering
    Dry Traction
    Wet Traction
    Tread life

    Haven't found anything I like better

    I do wish I could press a button and go to a full nob when I get in the mud but since these are 80/20 tires I should only want to do that 20% of the time. In truth I only wish I could do it 3% of the time. I do love how these corner on the pavement. I drag my pegs all the time.

    cindy (Boone, IA)

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    Wet Traction
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    great handling tire

    The tire was a great surprise when I took the first ride. What a difference. Handling was excellent. Rides well on dirt and gravel. It was a great choice.

    El Blanco (West hills, CA)

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    Tire

    Having my third one mounted this Sunday at 29,500 miles. Great tire on the street, ok on the dirt but does like to wash out a bit. Lowering pressure helps.

    Richard (Chatsworth, GA)

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    Cornering
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    Wet Traction
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    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.

    Matt (Cocolalla, ID)

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    Cornering
    Dry Traction
    Wet Traction
    Tread life

    TW152 on V-Strom 650

    Now buying my third rear tire, and going with this OEM option once more. I got 10k miles on my first one, and 9000 miles on the 2nd one, 95% highway miles. No issues at all. I'd love for them to last another 5k miles, but such is life. The front tire lasted for 15k miles, and I'm still doing well on my 2nd one.

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