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  1. GoldenTyre is an Italian brand that's very successful in Enduro (the whole RedBull Romaniacs podium used GT tires, and also lots of wins at Erzberg) and is putting out some very interesting Adventure tires. I recently put a set of GT201 tires on my 1190 Adv R and I'm quite happy with them. They also have in their offer a very interesting Rally tire (GT 723) which just now became available in tubeless sizes suitable for the KTM 1190 Adventure R and the new Africa Twin: https://www.facebook.com/GoldenTyreWorld/posts/1201557823197337 If you check their catalogue (http://www.goldentyre.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Catalogo_2015_2.pdf), at page 4 you'll see they're also available for 19/17 Adventure bikes. If anyone has experience with them, please share. Only thing I found is an older review:
  2. Everyone likes a tire thread, huh? I saw these new tires from Michelin a few years ago and they've finally made it to the US. Dimitrios did a review already you should check out but what's interesting is he reports something like 9,000 miles on his rear tire (and still going?). I heard elsewhere reports of 6,000 miles, 7,000 miles and another that said "expect double the life of a TKC-80." What's interesting is a guy today on Facebook's "BMW R1200 GS Adventure (motorcycle)" page claims to have only gotten 1,000 miles so far and "the rear is about half done... I think 2k is going to be the limit." I spoke to another guy who tested these and he's not willing to go on the record yet but his feedback was "love the tires but they don't last as long as I thought." I don't doubt Michelin makes a great tire either but I'm wondering how many real life riders are going to see such high mileage numbers? What I'd love to see is some more reviews from you riders on what your experience is? I'm about done with my second set of the Vee Rubber VRM 401's so maybe I'll order a set of the new Anakee Wild's and tell you for myself. If you've ridden these new Anakee Wilds then do us all a favor and leave your review here so we all can benefit. Muchas Gracias!
  3. 1 review

    If you have a long ride ahead, and you know the conditions will be rough, a Motoz Tractionator motorcycle tire is the right choice. The Tractionator Desert is designed to handle harder terrain, especially hard trails, desert sand with hard pack variations and fast rocky conditions. Its unique patented tread design handles off camber sections to help climb out of ruts and hard braking at extreme lean angles. Made from 100% natural rubber, nothing else provides the same elasticity, reflex and deflection for the best traction Designed for 95% dry and 5% wet, 90% hard and 10% soft terrain conditions Heavy duty case construction with a dense weave ply cord so greater strength and higher ply rating is achieved with less ply layers Constructed with thicker side walls for maximum strength Sidewalls and rim area are specially designed to protect the rim, but also to minimize pinch flats Vertical reinforcement section between the sidewall layers for greater sidewall strength Carcass is protected by a thick layer of rubber under the tread and around the sidewalls to help minimize punctures Rubber cushion zone allows a small amount of flex under the tread blocks to aid reflex traction and reduce chunk off, increasing tire life and acting as a heat sink to help cool the tire in extreme conditions Terrapactor tread block design and placement helps compact, compress or wedge the terrain creating extra traction, drive and lift This unique concept coupled with the use of superior rubber quality works to lessen the impact on the terrain and provide extra traction Crown Radius Section specifically matched to the application, not just a heavier motocross tire Specifically designed for quick fitting and reduced service times Good for long mileage, hard packed desert (like sand over concrete) Excellent absorption and puncture resistance for outback and dirt back roads Known all over the world for being dependable in the toughest conditions - used in desert racing from Morocco to Baja This motorcycle tire is tubeless These dirt bike tires are R rated for speeds up to 106 mph DOT approved Available in the following motorcycle tire size: 90/90-21
  4. Robert Oakley

    Triumph Tiger 800 XCx (2015)

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    This bike is just plain amazing! Add new tires and some boxes and go everywhere.
  5. zodillyicous

    Triumph Tiger 800 XC (2012)

    1 comment

    Great ride. Had a 2012 road that I started with and upgraded when I found a deal on a used XC. Larger front wheel and better suspension were huge. That said, the the stock suspension sucks for someone bigger than average. With some upgrades it has been a great dual sport and tourer.
  6. Eric Hall

    Pirelli Scorpion Rally

    3 reviews

    An innovative manufacturing process capable of producing a compound very resistant, and with high overall performance even after intensive use. Front tyre blocks optimised for better directional stability at high speeds. High traction even on the most demanding surfaces thanks to the specific geometry and to the layout of the blocks on the rear tyre. Innovative carcass structure capable of supporting the bike's high speeds whilst ensuring high resistance to punctures. FRONT Sizes 19''110/80 - 19 M/C 59R M/C M+S TL 21''90/90 - 21 M/C 54R M/C M+S TL © 90/90 - 21 M/C 54R MST REAR Sizes 17''150/70 - 17 M/C 69R M/C M+S TL 18''120/100 - 18 M/C 68R MST 140/80 - 18 M/C 70R MST
  7. Eric Hall

    Kenda Big Block Tires

    1 review

    BIG BLOCK K784, K784F Kenda's all new & true 'Adventure' tire combination. Designed specifically to meet the demands of the high powered Adventure motorcycle and serious Adventure rider. DOT approved (60% street / 40% off-road) Applications for most larger ADV bikes Tread pattern designed for traction on a variety of terrain
  8. Dragos Stefan

    GoldenTyre GT201

    1 review

    Front and rear tyres for maxi enduro bikes where off-road use (25%) is predominant compared to on-road (75%)”. Lyndon Poskitt and Adventure-Spec call it a 50/50 tire. Goldentyre's GT201 front and rear tyres are the perfect tyre for your Adventure Bike on and off the tarmac. Available in a wide range of sizes for most popular bikes including all BMW GS, Yamaha Tenere, KTM Adventure, KTM 690, Ducati Multistrada, Triumph Tiger, Aprilia Dorsoduro, Honda Africa Twin, Transalp, Varadero, Crossrunner, Crosstourer, Suzuki V-Strom, Kawasaki Versys etc...
  9. 0 reviews

    Continental continues to advance the performance levels of the adventure touring/dual sport market with the release of the new ultra-high performance Trail Attack 2. Designed specifically for touring riders who demand ultra high performance and mileage from their large capacity adventure touring/enduro machines. Advanced adventure touring/dual-sport tire for large capacity bikes: > Engineered to meet the demands of today’s modern powerful, high performance adventure touring/enduro machines > 0° steel belt construction on the rear tire delivers superior stability and comfort even at high cruising speeds and high loads > Reinforced carcass on the front tire utilizes a newly designed tread pattern to ensure higher precision and optimized wear > Improved touring compound offers high grip in all wet and dry conditions combined with excellent mileage for long trips > Exceptionally quick warm-up time > Stunning new tread pattern adapted from the Conti Attack family Continuous Compound-Technology: > Makes it possible to use a homogeneous grip grading with a single compound thanks to a temperature controlled curing of the tire during the production process > Zenith area, wear resistant for increased mileage > Continuous transition Traction Skin: > Provides an extremely safe and short tire break-in. This is possible due to the revolutionary raw tread surface, which is the result of a new mold coating technology which eliminates the need for tire-release agents.
  10. Manybikes

    KTM 950 Super Enduro R (2009)

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    The KTM 950R Super Enduro is to a BMW R1200GSA what a 250 Motocross bike is to a KLR650. If a 450 dirt bike was "the best dirt bike" and the R1200GSA was "the best Adventure bike" then the 950se is the perfect in-between bike. A dirt bike type weight with a 950cc motor makes this bike super versatile in most all terrain.
  11. MikeyB

    BMW R1200 GS Adventure LC (2014)

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    I love my BMW GS Adv. 'Nuff said. Best fun on two wheels since I had a sport bike. If anything my first thought when I bought it, as I rode away from the dealer, was "So THIS is what I'm missing out on."... Life is just different. And now my ZX10r sits in the garage, a proper race queen, having served me reliably for 27,000 miles... My GSA is not only my daily commute but my escape as well.
  12. XLADV

    Michelin Anakee III

    0 reviews

    Performance that lasts mile after mile - New silica tread compound yields even more mileage compared to MICHELIN® Anakee® 2 tires - Innovative tread pattern inhibits irregular wear patterns, while evacuating water, dirt and mud Enhanced ride qualities - Tire architecture engineered for easy maneuverability and precise handling - Excellent stability and rider feedback, thanks to a new high-rigidity casing Excellent wet traction - Innovative silica tread compounds offer the best balance between grip and durability - Distinctive tread pattern pulls water away from the contact patch http://youtu.be/rPU7VL55oSE
  13. XLADV

    Michelin T63

    0 reviews

    - True multi-purpose tire: reinforced knobs resist tearing and chunking on asphalt, with excellent traction and stability for off-road use - DOT-legal - Knob pattern derived from Dakar-winning MICHELIN® Desert™ tires - 50% off-road, 50% on-road
  14. XLADV

    Metzeler Tourance

    0 reviews

    Dual Purpose tyre developed and tuned for the big, modern street oriented Enduro bikes > Improved carcass structures for enhanced straight line stability at high speed with smooth rolling characteristics for long distance journeys > Maximum mileage on the street and great traction also on light off-road surfaces thanks to the specific compound > Great grip with light and precise handling make riding easier in all weather conditions
  15. 1 review

    Dunlop D606 Dual Sport Front Tire Dunlop designed the D606 tire to be street-legal but with an emphasis on aggressive off-road riding and great durability. A full-depth tread pattern designed for rigorous off-road use yields excellent traction on everything from hard-packed fire roads to soft single-track trails. At the same time, the D606s tread compound is engineered for good highway durability and grip.
  16. XLADV

    Mitas E-07

    3 reviews

    With cross-ply construction and a chevron tread pattern that grips both pavement and the roughest terrain, the Mitas E-07 offers the long wear and durability needed for long cross country as well as backwoods adventures. Features: > 50% street / 50% dirt > Chevron tread pattern for optimal grip on and off pavement > Puncture resistant sidewall on Dakar version > DOT
  17. Issa Breibish

    BMW R1200 GS (2008)

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    It's the bike I took with me around the world - so there's a lot of love here :)
  18. 3 reviews

    70% dirt/30% street all natural rubber tire from Motoz (Australian company; made in Thailand) Tubeless (TL), directional Designed by off road riders, for off road riders, for serious off road traction. Technically 25% stronger than many other adventure tires. Deeper Thread than most adventure tires. Special compound designed to withstand the harshest of conditions found in Australia, USA, Baja, South America, South Africa, Israel, Spain, Morocco, etc. Thread is designed to self-protect for long milage and superior off road cornering. Available mid February.
  19. Eric Hall

    Woody's Wheel Works

    3 reviews

    Our Master Wheelsmiths soulfully craft these bullet-proof wheels with options like Excel 7000 series rims and our Superlite II billet hubs and our proprietary Superlaced with Supersized stainless steel spokes and nipples, each spoke crossing over 3 other spokes to be positioned off the hub at as much a 90 degree angle as possible. The result of Superlacing is a matrix of strength and durability guaranteed to not come out of true for at least a full year - from any type of hard riding. Pictured are wheels with the Galfer rotors, one of many custom requests you can specify. We can also build wheels from new X-Laced stock parts or your supplied used components.
  20. XLADV

    Michelin Enduro 1

    0 reviews

    All-round dual purpose tyre dedicated to on-road riding, but with good performance on light off-road terrain for a wide usage range > Designed with optimised tread block distribution for smooth running performance > Compound tuned specifically for high mileage > Reliable slip resistance on the road, good power transfer on different surfaces
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