I put a Shinco tire on the front but but have been thinking of putting Dual Sport tires (bridgestone-tw204-trail-wing-dual-sport-rear-tire that look like street tires with deep groves) on front and rear. They look like they'd be good for paved and dirt roads but worthless in mud. I'm planning on staying on some kind of road or path and hope they would be quite and give better traction in the rain. What do you think? Thanks.
A very very wise man once said “it’s more fun to ride a slow bike fast, than a fast bike slow”.
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I use them front and rear on the road and I am very pleased with them. They have dropped the vibration level dramatically especially at highway speed. I am not fortunate to have any off road areas near me within riding distance, but I can attest to a great hard surface experience with these tires.
Journey before destination.
I see you're on the other side of two lakes from me and are familiar with the terrain. I ride on the South end of Seneca and will turn around if things get too deep or steep.
Thanks for that "Wet Grass" reminder, 5 mph and dropped like a rock.
Wet clay on top of frozen ground (lot of that around here in the Spring) is similar to wet grass and oiled teflon
Oiled Teflon!! ha ha LOL
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For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
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I belonged to the Schuyler county MC club (35 years ago) and put on National and International Trials events in Cayuta and Montour Falls. Haven't rode a dirt bike in about 20 years and the TW brings back fond memories. Those old logging trails are still there there from 100 years ago. The Schuyler County MC put on National Enduros in the old days.