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Hi Guys: Just took delivery on the above and they look aggressive enough for light dirt and gravel in addition to the mucho paved I ride. Saw an "old mad max" 10-30-13 posting. At least at that time he seemed happy with them. Would be interested in other observations as we have recently been dealing with the more decidedly off road versions for the bike. Will be waiting for spring probably to change out, but who knows? What about a bit of discussion of these alternatives. And, as an aside, I really liked Werloc's statement recently that we sometimes do truly "over think" issues with this bike. But what the F..., it's an addiction. Also we can't over think other bikes as they have already done it for us. The TW is the workingman's 1950/60 car equivalent. It needs to be modified, and can because it's not totally the end product. That's the beauty in my mind.
 

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Those will be my next set of tires when / if the OEMS wear out (LOL) . From what I've read on this forum they are a great tire for on road and good for light off road , as you intend .
 

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MadMax here.:D After 8,500 miles I still love these tires. We just have the front one,back is still stock.. My wife and good riding buddy both have them now.... We ride on a lot of gravel and two tracks.. The only issue with them is our mich. sugar sand and slimy clay.. They are wearing fantastic, no funny noise or ripples. Have fun with them. OMM.
 

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They make the T.W. into a corner carving fool on the road. I've been able to hold off sport bikes on the tighter parts of the Dragon. They also work all right on gravel roads if you don't push them too hard.
 
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