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Mister (Bradford )

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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 )

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Dry Traction
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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.

Craig (Thomaston )

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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.

Terry (Taylorsville )

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Cornering
Dry Traction
Wet Traction
Tread life

TW 302 rear tire

I had 1000 miles on the tire on a WR250R and then went 5,600 miles to Tampa and back to SLC, Ut and still have considerable tread left. It's good on dirt roads and a compromise in loose stuff and mud!

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