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Ed (Vancouver )

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Great tire.

I took my KLR to Baja,Mexico and back from Vancouver Canada (7000 kms). It is time now to change the tire. Excellent handling on paved roads doing up to 140 Kms/hour. I can't say much about dirt because I only did a section of 40 kms on an unpaved road at moderate speeds. Wet traction was excellent. I hit heavy rain in Seattle on my way back and that's when I thought the tire was 5 stars.

Rustmane (Medford )

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

a bit counter-intuitive..

I just mounted this and the matching tire on my bike, and so far, it's a great improvement over the balding 40/60's I had on before, however, the tread pattern is opposite of what I would think to be normal. The chevron pattern of the tread is opposite of the rear tire.. and yes, I made sure to have the rotation markings going the correct way on both. At any rate, it's working great, and cornering is a lot smoother than before. I think I'm going to have to do a little balancing still, but I have no complaints.

Dan (Sedalia )

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Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Tire Life

I have almost 8,000 miles on these tires, bought the bike new. The tires definitely need replaced now but the fact that at 7,000 miles I was still able to get considerable traction off road was pretty dang good. Will likely buy another set. (I don't like changing tires every 2k miles for super soft rubber) Sorry Pirelli...

Mister (Bradford )

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Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
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Repeat User

I mount these on my 2006 KLR which I use for mixed riding, and I am highly pleased with them. The road performance is better than expected; predictable, quiet and stable, they feel very similar to a road tire. They are also good on dirt & gravel surfaces, offering excellent feedback before they begin loosing traction. I find their traction very good under all conditions. In about 20,000 miles my experience is that the fronts get about twice the mileage of the rears. These are the best road/dirt/all-weather combination tire I have found for my KLR.

Greg (Cincinnati )

Stability
Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

Bad Tire

Bad tire. Rolls like a Flintstone car tire. I had to pay return postage. Motorcycle Superstore returned the tire to Bridgestone where it is collecting dust or awaiting testing to determine the problem and get my credit. The matching rear tire as per Superstore has been discontinued. Do not buy this tire.