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The dual-purpose, high-performance, adventure-touring Trailmax TR91 is for riders who like to push the limits of discovery beyond the typical boundaries of the open road.

Features:

  • 80% on-road, 20% offroad
  • Dual purpose/high performance adventure touring tire
  • Silica-fortified tread compound for enhanced traction and grip in wet and dry weather also helps reduce rolling resistance
  • V-shaped pattern with crossing grooves pulls water quickly and effectively away from the tread contact patch to help keep more rubber on the road in wet weather as well as enhance off-road traction
  • Enhanced abrasion resistance yields higher mileage during highway usage, while the new tread-block design provides enhanced wear resistance in off-road conditions
  • Dunlop’s Jointless Band (JLB) rear-tire construction utilizes a continuously wound belt that enables smooth performance at highway speeds, a more consistent contact patch and enhanced shock absorption

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Another Winner from Dunlop! I replaced the stock Bridgestone Battlewings on my 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere ADV bike with these. I liked the stock tires but according to a German motorcycle publication's tire review the Dunlop's were better in every way. They ranked the Dunlop's #1 last year, ended up being #2 this year. I ride my ADV bike like a sport bike and chase others while they're draggin knee and I'm riding proper. These tires have very confident feel when leaned over. I've also ridden a few fire roads and felt confident there as well. As for mileage I've put close to 2000 miles on them and they look great with lot's of tread and still round. I recommend them! September 26, 2014
Spot-on for an adventure tire I'll admit it's early to review a tire. I've got only about 700 miles on it so far, and it's the dead of winter. I am a daily, all-year commuter, and cover mostly two-lane country roads, with a sprinkling of gravel and highway miles. I like this tire. You can feel Dunlop's strength in the dirt tire realm, and the high-performance road worthiness in this tire. Even though I'm on mostly paved roads, I go for the dual sport tires on my 2012 VStrom 650 - mostly because I'm in for nasty weather, and also because I hate to leave a road untraveled. The grooves and lugs are deep, the tread pattern seems to do it's job on clearing gravel and some dirt. The tire loves leans and highways too - if you don't mind the hum from a deep tread tire on the highway. I think it harmonizes nicely with the V-twin feel and sound. So, I don't mind. I haven't had a real chance to take them to the limits on account of winter weather (sand, black ice, salt, rain, etc). This is both a dirt tire with exceptional road performance and a road tire with exceptional dirt ability. It is at the high-end price range, so I expect a lot. I'll check back in 10,000 miles and give a better review. Oh, Since Dunlop talks a big game about being American, I thought the tire was made in the USA, but it's made in France. Just saying. "Viva la tires" I guess! January 27, 2014
Good tire, lots of vibration GS 1200 ADV Got this tire in Germany, based on dealer recommendation (which they got from a DS tire test magazine). I think Metzler was out of tires at the time. Ridden several thousand miles on road, great grip on dry and wet roads. Down side is substantial felt vibration in any turn...soon as you lean the bike and the gap between the treads widens, vibration through bike and body. The stock Bridgestone battlewings did not vibrate in turns. I would not buy again based on highway vibration. Rode off road for the first time this weekend. Good grip on dry NM high desert FS roads and off road trails with tons of rocks and fairly solid dirt floor. Check back for more on sandy grip, gotta find some. September 25, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Thaddaeus S: Your video review Sep 15, 2014
Louis W: Chosen to match up with what I am running on the front. Apr 22, 2014
John B: I am looking for a good all-weather, all-year commuter tire for my area which includes some gravel, mostly two-lane country roads and a mix of highway and city for the balance. I like that they are built in USA by Dunlop - a company I trust in tires. I hope the silica compound gives me good wet traction and longer tire life. If the rear works out, I'll go to a full set soon. Jan 7, 2014
JUAN P: In my city the pavement is very slipery. Even in dry conditions. I choose the dunlop because it has softer compound than the other options. I prefered safety insted of durability. On the other hand y readed some adventure tires comparison between 10 diferent models. The dunlop wins the first place for 80/20 adventure riding. Dec 17, 2013
Eli M: Just got 12000 miles out of the last one. Best ADV tire so far!! Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: I am looking for a solution for my girlfriend's Yamaha FZ6R for light gravel/dirt roads on occasion while out on trips. Would this tire be a good compromise for better traction ''off-road'' without sacrificing performance on asphalt? Jan 13, 2015
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Scott R: The Yamaha FZ6R looks like a sport bike, be sure the speed rating is right. As for me, I ride a Triumph Bonneville T100 and needed a little more traction for the occasional dirt road. I tried a cheaper tire with more aggressive tread, but it was too noisy on the road on my bike. I quickly switched to these and I am completely satisfied. The on road performance is smooth and quiet, the dry traction is nice and sticky. I haven't ridden them in the rain, but I am told with the silica compound, they should have adequate traction. As for the off road performance, I am able to ride my Bonneville over any forest road I have been inclined to explore. I have ridden over 200 miles on dirt forest and BLM roads now. I have no complaints about the tires, just the weight and high gearing of the Bonneville first gear! Well, it's really a road bike after all and we are only talking about the tires. I live in Arizona, we have hardpan dirt roads here. Sometimes you have to travel down one when you want to get someplace. Haven't slipped on dirt, but sand is another story. I will be purchasing these tires again when this set wears out. Jan 13, 2015
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John B: I think this would be an excellent choice - for a compromise. The on-road performance of this tire is excellent, given that it's got deep grooves that really help grab handfuls of gravel, and dish rainwater out of the way. The limits off-road will likely come from the FZ6R itself. I also found it long-wearing and have full confidence in it. Jan 13, 2015
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Gerald F: As long as it isn't muddy most street tires probably would work okay for short gravel/dirt excursions. But yes, thus is a good tire for street and can probably handle more off-road than the FZR would comfortably want to traverse. Great asphalt wear, rain, and reasonable mileage on a GS. Jan 13, 2015
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John S: Yes. Although it isn't a good off-road tire, it does provide better grip for acceleration than a purely street tire and some side-bite for steering. Plus it's a good street tire with excellent wet road traction. The grooves are much wider and deeper than they look in the photo. Jan 14, 2015
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Jay Z: very good traction on road and feel comfortable on gravel. Jan 13, 2015
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A S asked: Can I use these on my 2015 Yamaha YZF-R3? Jun 10, 2015
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John S: Although there isn't a TR91 tire size that matches your factory tire, yes you could still use one on your bike. But, this is dual sport tire, so why would you want to put it on a sport bike? Jun 10, 2015
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A S: Well honestly I know nothing about bikes in on 18 lol, but what's the difference in the tiers they both are sport tiers, correct? Jun 10, 2015
A S: What tiers do you recommend I use on my bike?. Jun 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am looking to replace the tires on my girlfriend's Yamaha FZ6R. Would these be a good compromise for the occasional ''off-road'' (light gravel/dirt) jaunts while on extended road trips without sacrificing performance on the asphalt? Jan 13, 2015
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Louis W asked: I need a 150.70R 17 for the back of my Triumph Tiger. What size tube do I put in it? Apr 21, 2014
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