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Bridgestone Battlax T30 Sport-Touring Tires Review

Bridgestone Battlax T30 Rear Tire

Bill Stermer
January 30, 2014

The Battlax T30 is a new line of sport-touring radial tires, Bridgestone’s first tire to carry the “T” designation for “Touring.” The T30 features an advanced tread pattern designed to provide improved handling and dry grip when compared with its predecessor, the Battlax BT-023. A new front... Read more »

Dunlop Elite 3 Multi-Tread Motorcycle Tires

Dunlop Elite 3 Multi-Tread Motorcycle Tires

Jerry Smith
October 4, 2013

Honda’s GL1800 Gold Wing is a well-balanced machine, combining comfort and performance in a bike whose size and heft seem at odds with its eye-opening acceleration and handling. One area in which that balance is off, however, is tire wear. Rack up a lot of highway miles and you’ll often reach the... Read more »

Metzler Has Special Offer on the Sportec Interact M5 Motorcycle Tire

Press Release
August 23, 2013

After launching the multi-compound Sportec Interact M5 earlier this year to tremendous success, Metzeler is now offering consumers the chance to try the latest supersport offering with a limited time promotion. While supplies last, receive a free front 120/70ZR-17 Sportec Interact M5 with the purchase... Read more »

Continental TrailAttack 2 Motorcycle Tires Review

ContiTrailAttack 2 Tires

Mark Tuttle
August 10, 2013

Adventure-touring riders are faced with a potentially bewildering variety of tires for their bikes from which to choose. Fortunately, most of us have a pretty good idea how much off-road riding we actually do with these versatile but large and heavy motorcycles, and can use that as our guide. Serious... Read more »

2013 Buyers Guide: Touring and Sport-Touring Tires

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Bill Stermer
August 7, 2013

Tires seem to be a pretty simple proposition. They’re round and they’re black. All we ask of them is that that they grip well, last a decent number of miles and don’t cost too much. However, beneath this rather bland exterior lies a tremendous amount of technology born of relentless research. To... Read more »

Mitas is Recalling 1,752 Tubeless E-07 Motorcycle Tires

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Press Release
December 21, 2012

The Czech tire producer Mitas is voluntarily recalling 1,752 tubeless E-07 motorcycle tires from the market. These tires were sold to customers mostly in Europe, but also in the United States and Canada. The tire sizes subject to recall are: 110/80-19 M/C 59T E-07 TL MI 100/90-19 M/C 57T E-07 TL MI 110/80-19... Read more »

Continental’s Latest Attack Series Motorcycle Tires Review

The track allows riders the opportunity to push the tires harder than they ever would on the street.

Bill Stermer
September 6, 2012

Late in May, Continental Tires invited the press to its facilities near Hannover, Germany, to experience the latest in its line of new ContiAttack motorcycle tires, primarily the RoadAttack2 GT and SportAttack2. Continental also announced new sizes in its Conti TrailAttack and TKC 80 enduro tires for... Read more »

Pirelli Scorpion Trail Motorcycle Tires

Pirelli Scorpion Trail Tires

Arden Kysely
August 8, 2012

When fellow contributor Jerry Smith reviewed Pirelli’s Scorpion Trail tires in the January 2011 issue, he concentrated on their street performance. After testing the Scorpions on my BMW F 800 GS on local fire roads, I can now relate the “dual” side to Jerry’s “sport” review of these multi-purpose... Read more »

2012 Touring & Sport-Touring Tire Buyers Guide

Touring & sport-touring tire buyers guide

Bill Stermer
June 26, 2012

Chances are you’ve been in the dating game at some time in your life and, if so, you’ve likely experienced the frustration of having several choices. You’ve dated a number of people and none of them is perfect, but you really like certain aspects of various individuals. Wouldn’t it be great if... Read more »

Erasing Doubt: Car Tires on Motorcycles

Eric Trow
June 11, 2012

The forces placed on a car and its tires during cornering are primarily lateral forces that try to push the car and the tires sideways across the pavement. Conversely, as a motorcycle leans into curves, the cornering force is what is known as camber force. In other words, the force comes at an angle... Read more »

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