I have my 2008 CRF230L and the Bridgestone set that was on it is no longer made hence the move to keep the bike Bridgestone. I got the tires on and gave it the first run off road and it seemed to hold a great grip on the dirt and loose gravel. I ran the bike home up to highway speeds on the Interstate and no issues and the ride was just fine - no drift and little vibration. I don't have a lot of miles on the tire, but I like it so far.ght this a month ago and am so happy that I did...
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tire survived the rocky mountain trip so it must be tough.
I put the tw301/tw302 combo on my 1989 xr250r dual sport and they are great so far. Only had them for about 200 miles, but they seem really good. On road, they grip like crazy and track perfectly, better than the Kenda Street tires I had before. Inspires a lot of confidence when I dive into a corner. Off road they are predictable and not skittish when aired down properly.
Only 600 miles on it seems to work fine.
These tires are perfect for off road and gravel roads, but they are a little rough on the asphalt.