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Re: Touring tyres

Posted: 26 Sep 2012, 19:53
by kja.busa
esxr7.5 wrote:Maxxis diamonds are supposed to be good wearing tyres, I believe Charlie works for them, so give him a shout!


Personally I wouldn't fit them to a wheelbarrow.

Re: Touring tyres

Posted: 26 Sep 2012, 22:52
by Nobbi1977
BigB wrote:
LennyVFR800 wrote:Go Dunlop dude !!!!!


Sent by snail mail.......


Second that! I managed to squeeze 12000 miles on the rear and 9000 on the front - Dunlop Sportmax - admittedly yes I had them on the RS125 so was a light bike but still high mileage, great in the wet, even better in the dry, highly recommend.


Fuels the comedy!


I never managed to get 12k out of a piston never mind a tyre.

Busters had a few good deals on pairs last week

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Re: Touring tyres

Posted: 26 Sep 2012, 22:59
by BigB
Nobbi1977 wrote:
BigB wrote:
LennyVFR800 wrote:Go Dunlop dude !!!!!


Sent by snail mail.......


Second that! I managed to squeeze 12000 miles on the rear and 9000 on the front - Dunlop Sportmax - admittedly yes I had them on the RS125 so was a light bike but still high mileage, great in the wet, even better in the dry, highly recommend.


Fuels the comedy!


I never managed to get 12k out of a piston never mind a tyre.

Busters had a few good deals on pairs last week

Sent from my GT-S5360 using Tapatalk 2


20k out of the piston in the RS before the crank gave up!


Fuels the comedy!

Re: Touring tyres

Posted: 27 Sep 2012, 06:48
by bombdoctor
Bridgestone BT023. Very good tyre , good for touring & riding like a lunatic :)