did a lot of research and chose these, figured it is hard to go wrong with Michelins. I have put them to the test on pavement and dirt roads, some fairly aggressive trails, water crossings, etc. Doesn't feel like I miss a beat on any terrrain. Ride well on tarmac too. Bike is a CRF450L...
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Normal use wore this rear wild out qwick. Hooked up well in Sandy Rick hill trails on the 500 ecx. Easy to install, almost. Not good on Street, not real bad on Street. Dirt tire so ride dirt and be happy. way more difficult to install but better was the hidennow k60 scout, heavier tire though.
I bought these for my son’s birthday for his crf450. He really likes them. He’s about 50/50, road/dirt. His stock knobbies really got chewed up by the road. These should give him more life on the road. He says he doesn’t notice much difference on the dirt. They still have lots of traction. He’s a happy camper.
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Question asked by Burt
Question:Q: Can these be ran tubeless on a KTM 1290?Question asked Over 9 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 9 months agoAnswer: A: The Michelin Anakee Wild Tires can be used either with inner tubes or without. Whether or not inner tubes are required depends on if your rims are air-tight.
I don't know if your KTM is the 1290 Super Duke with solid cast, one-piece rims, which are air-tight, or the 1290 Super Adventure with classic dirt bike style spoked rims, which are not air-tight.
Question asked by Erol
Question:Q: Looks like you have these in the sizes I need for my 2018 Zero FX. The Pirellis it came with have tubes. Are these tube type tires? are tubes included in the price?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 10 months agoAnswer: A: These are tube type tires and no, the tubes are a separate purchase.
Question asked by Nate
Question:Q: How many mile could I expect to get on these if I ride 100% on road?Question asked Over 12 months ago
Question answered by PaulUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered Over 12 months agoAnswer: A: Due to variables outside of their control, the manufacturers of the motorcycle tires do not provide any estimates for how long any tire may last. Wear can affected by things such load, air pressure, temperatures, road and trail conditions, riding style, and weather or not the tires are correct and recommended for the particular bike.
The Michelin Anakee Wild Tire Combo dual-sport adventure tires, intended to be used off pavement at least some of the time. If the intended use is to be all on pavement, other tires which are made for the pavement will be more durable.
To help us to find parts to fit correctly, we will need to know the year, make and model of your motorcycle.
Question asked by JayO
Question:Q: How much wider is a 130/80/18 than a 120/80/18,,? I'm wanting to put them on a 2017 crf250l,Question asked 1 year 6 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 year 6 months agoAnswer: A: The difference would be about 10mm in width.
Question asked by ilikesnowalot
Question:Q: Would these tires be considered 50-50 tires or 40-60. thank you.Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question answered by JamesRUser's contributor status:Question answered 1 year 7 months agoAnswer: A: They are 40-60 towards dirt if not more. I have them on my 1200 GSA and there’s not many places I don’t go. One drawback is they’re noisier then other tires. At 80 on the freeway, they make a fair bit of noise, 65 is not as bad though.
Question asked by Steve
Question:Q: My ktm 300 tire size is 110/100-18 what’s the difference if I get the 110/80-10Question asked 1 year 8 months ago