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TW42 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire
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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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TW26 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire
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Bridgestone TW26 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire The Bridgestone TW26 Trail Wing Dual Sport Rear Tire is 80% on road 20% off Road Four-ply construction for dual sport use Special dimpled edges to m

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Richard (Chatsworth, GA)

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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.

Chris (Spokane, WA)

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Wonderful Tire

Hello! Wanted to say that this tire has been a wonderful Adventure Touring tire. I often find myself wandering on gravel roads and some dirt roads. Feels great under the bike. This is NOT a 'blaze through the backwoods', 'hard corners on dirt track' tire. But if you love touring and eventually find yourself curious enough to travel many a NF (National Forest) road, like I do here in Washington (state - duh), you will love this tire!

Lee (Portales, NM)

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Good Road Tire with some off road capability

Tread life is great. Not as good as the Dunlop 606's off road but better on pavement. Works fine on rock and hard pack but suffers in the sand. Bottom line honestly evaluate where you ride and then decide. I use mine for work commuter and dirt roads on the weekend. So they work great for me.

Matt (Cocolalla, ID)

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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.

Dave (albuquerque, NM)

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TW22 rear - great street tire

If 80% of your dualsport riding is street and you ride everywhere, this is a good tire. I was burning up a D606 on the rear every 6 months. This tire has good side knobs and bites well turning off-road or on. It does skid easily and you must realize you will need to tone down the speed off-road. This tire will not stop you like a knobby. Seems to pull great offroad/not too bad in mud (will get you thru anyway. Air it down offroad a little. Does track slightly on grooved concrete highways.

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