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Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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Wr250ro

Verified Purchaser
2 years 1 month ago NJ
4 out of 5 stars
Durability
4/5
Ease of Installation
4/5
Performance
4/5
Style
4/5
Dual sport

Solid dual sport tires. I have rode 20k miles on my wr250r with many different tire manufacturers on all types of terrain. This past weekend I rode a 100 mile dual sport ride in mostly sandy terrain in southern NJ. These tires held up even though sand is probably the worst type of soil for these tires. I generally ride 60/40 street/dirt and this tire has lasted the longest for me up to 1,500 miles before being completely shot. I would recommend for a dual sport rider that is looking for a long lasting street tire but is also looking for some bite in the dirt. Overall I would give this tire 4 out of 5 stars.

Gabe

Verified Purchaser
Over 3 years ago Arizona
4 out of 5 stars
Good tires

Using my XR600RT mostly on pavement right now and I wanted tires that performed well while still being capable for occasional off-road riding. While I lost the beefy large rear tire look and feel, the bike handles well for my purposes, and I will likely buy the same tires again next time if I am still primarily using it on pavement or similar hard-pack.

6 Questions

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Question asked by Adventureman

Question: I’m buy a set for my 2013 Yamaha XT-250. Do you recommend new inner tubes or can I reuse the ones on it again.
Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 8 months ago
Answer: It is always recommended to install newer innertubes when replacing tires.
The original tires on the 2013 Yamaha XT250 are 2.75" x 21" front and metric 120/80-18 rear.
The 2.75" x 21" converts to metric size 80/90-21. The 120/80-18 converts to 4.50" x 18".
The Bridgestone TW301/TW302 Tire Combo is available only in 3" x 21" front, and 4.60" x 18" rear.
We carry many other street-legal, DOT-approved, dual-sport tires in your correct sizes.

Question asked by Johnny

Question: Which Bridgestone tires are dual Compound? I have s 2008 Yamaha WR250R that came with BS Dual Compound. I would like to put that type of BS tire on my 2015 BMW F800GS
Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by Paul
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 8 months ago
Answer: Bridgestone does not recommend the TW301/TW302 Tire Combo for your 2015 BMW F800GS. These daul-sport trail tires don't have the load-rating required for your adventure touring bike.

The Bridgestone Battlax Adventurecross AX41 Tire Combo is correct for your F800GS, shown at this site: https://www.motosport.com/bridgestone-battlax-adventurecross-ax41-tire-combo?mmy=bmw;f800gs;2015&mmy_source=pdp&selected_color=X001

Question asked by Reaperrunner97

Question: What kind of mileage can expect to get out of these tires? Will be 80/30 street off road with 100 mile daily commute to work.
Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by robert
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered Over 9 months ago
Answer: An expected mileage is not given due to conditions changing where the tires are used.

Question asked by JDpt

Question: Will these tires fit my 95 klx650r
Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question answered by rknight
User's contributor status: Top 25
Question answered 1 year 5 months ago
Answer: Yes these tires are the same size tire your bike comes with stock.

Question asked by wm89

Question: Does the 4.60x18 replace the 4.00x18 on my bike.. 1973 MT250 Elsinore
Question asked 1 year 5 months ago
Question answered by Thumbs
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered 1 year 5 months ago
Answer: If you can fit a tire that is .6" wider then yes it will fit, but if you don't have that kind of room in order to make it then I wouldn't recommend going up to a 4.60 tire and stick as close as possible to 4.0.

Question asked by Jonn

Question: What speed rating and load index are these tires rated at? Doesn’t seem to specify
Question asked 1 year 8 months ago
Question answered by Michael
User's contributor status: Top 10
Question answered 1 year 8 months ago
Answer: For the front tire at 3.00-21, the speed rating will be 150 and the load index for that same tire size will be 430lbs.
For the rear tire at 4.6-18, the speed rating will be 150 and the load index for that same tire size will be 600 lbs.
Question answered by DaveGearhead
User's contributor status: Top 1
Question answered 1 year 8 months ago
Answer: The listed specs for those tires are at the link below. They do not offer a speed rating, but I believe them to be H rated.

https://www.bridgestone.com/products/motorcycle_tires/products/detail/pr046/

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# Part Numbers

Front Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
3.00-21 039764
Rear Tire
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
4.60-18 038555