Say no to aluminum sprockets.
14/47 might be tolerable on flat ground at sea level. 15/47 maybe not so much.
204's will be great on the street. Downright dangerous on sandy streets, but that's kinda true of any tire. Slight nod to a non-Trailwing knobby.
Thanks I thought the front was 15 stock. I have seen on here a few people using the 14/47. There is a lot of asphalt between home and the woods, and am very impressed with the stock tires I ride in the rain a lot but this is my first bike and have nothing to compare it with. I might just stick with the stock tires. Will see if can find more input on the Bridgestone TW204 Trail Wing. Thanks for your advice I will post some pictures of my sprockets I think they are sharp enough to slice tomatoes ;O)