Bought these for my street legal dirt bike. Definitely made it more stable and super sticky.
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So I put this on my crf250l.The stock rear slid oit very easy and had terrible traction off road. I did not use the matching front because I got something more aggressive. This tire was a night and day difference from stock. I raced a hare scramble in the sandy pine barons and it hooked up great.
Use this tire on my 690 and it works great would highly recommend
Awesome traction and great for all my off road riding but still smooth on the road
I bought both front and rear for my 2012 CRF450x and am really happy I did. The old tires were mostly 10% dirt and 90% street, and now the reverse, 90/10, exists. My bikes corners and grabs likes a champ, and I couldn't be more satisfied. Motosport.com are my "go to" guys for anything I need for either my dirtbike or my cruiser (2005 Honda VTX 1300c).
Off-road this is one of the best tires I have found for the rear. On asphalt I have gotten less than 1500 miles and the tire is gone
I bought both the front and rear tires for my 2012 CRF450x. I had trouble with the front end washing out from under me, so I figured I'd try the D606's. Took my bike out, and the front end sticks beautifully to the mid/hard terrain her in deep south Texas. I am extremely happy with my purchase. In fact, I buy almost everything from motosport.com as they are pretty great people to deal with.
Dunlop 606 Tires were use to ride the Smokey Mountain 500. Worked great on black top roads ,dirt roads, gravel, climbing rock hills, stream crossing and limestone roads.
I had Shinko tires before and was left desiring more steering traction off pavement. The Dunlop 606 takes care of that for sure. You do lose a little pavement cornering traction but with the gains off road I won't be switching back.
I had Shinko tires before and spun spun spun off road. Since I ride a lot on dirt roads and off payment I decided to try the Dunlop 606's. You do lose a little pavement cornering traction, but the gaines off road outweigh that tenfold. And they look awesome as well.