Tires are constructed in the United States, so you can trust the quality of the materials. The style of the tread in this tire will wear evenly, and it doesn’t generate extra noise. Includes grip on the edges of the tire to help with safe cornering.
Pricier than some other tires. Doesn’t perform the best on wet roads.
Tread pattern allows the tire to disperse water from the road in wet conditions. Has a strong sidewall to simplify use on rough roads. Uses a tubeless construction. Installation is easier than you may think. Price is reasonable.
Some units may struggle to hold air after a few months of usage.
Good for use off road, as the tires have a four-ply design that resists punctures on rough roads. Aggressive tread pattern allows the tires to throw off mud on soft ground. It’s tough to beat the price for these two tires.
Wheels are a bit small, so they won’t work on large bikes.
Works equally well in wet or dry road conditions. Tire carries a low price point, so it will provide a good value. Seems to resist punctures over time. Gives the rider a nice grip on the road when used on dry pavement.
Made more as an entry-level type of tire, so it won’t last a long time.
Versus similarly priced motorcycle tires, it will give you more miles of usage. Design helps to absorb shock as you’re riding on rough roads. Stability and grip on the road are significant benefits of this tire.
Tread is not made for soft ground or muddy roads.
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