1st John 1:9
If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.
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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Nice rubber - Dunlop D605 on the front ?
And - welcome to the board
(PS - that bike is way too clean) ......
welcome and what is it you have around the headlight? looks cool
2019 honda cb500x
2018 honda grom
2018 suzuki dr200
How does that handle? Steering a bit heavier?
1999 Yamaha TW 200
2003 Kawazuki KLX400SR-SM
2004 Triumph Sprint ST
Welcome from NY!
2013 Yamaha TW200
1996 Yamaha TW200
1995 Kawasaki KLR650
2002 Yamaha RoadStar 1600 with sidecar
I ran d606's front and back on a Super Sherpa and thought they were sketchy as hell. The front always felt loose except on pavement.
Welcome and congrats on a very nice looking TW! There are many threads on here reqarding tires ( as well as oils! ) but it always comes down to personal choice and where you plan on riding your TW. For me the Kendra up front mated with the Ceros in the rear seems almost perfect and balanced. Over the long weekend we rode on everything from wet loose blasted rock to sand and slime, both tires self clear at low speeds and the traction was fantastic. Your stock rear will take you most places you want to go, just play with your air pressures and you will find quite a difference between 25 psi down to 4 to 5 psi.
Once you have had some time to break in that new rubber, let us know what your thoughts are. Again, nice looking bike!
2009 TW200, Jimbo shield, 47&55T rear with DID chain, Maxxis Ceros Rear, Kendra 270 front, extended swing arm, 1"Risers, Rear rack, Raised front fender, XOG GPS.