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Heidenau K76 Front Tire
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The Heidenau K76 is an Adventure / Dual Sport tire for both on-and light off-road use. The wide tread block arrangement and balanced rubber compound provides excellent traction and foul-weather grip for the road, while allowing you to peel off tarmac and attack the fire road.

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Heidenau K76 Front Tire 4.5 5 38 38
wears quickly good tire but did not get nearly the mileage i had hoped--under 7000 miles on a 650gs August 1, 2015
Good Looking Tire Just installed a pair of these Heidenau K76 tires on my 2005 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom. Have only ridden a hundred miles or so since. The rubber nubs are still hanging off all surfaces. I purchased and installed these because all of the radials I've use over 43K miles have worn horribly on this bike. Severe cupping was always the problem. These new Heidenau tires look good. They look more aggressive than anything else I've used. They are the roughest feeling, noisiest tires I've ever tried. At low speed I can feel every block and grove. Seem better once the speed increases. I'll live with the coarseness to see if they wear better than the redials. July 1, 2015
The Best First of all I found reviews by RevZilla on many tires. decided on the Heidenau Great buy and a better tire! Second RevZilla was unbelievable in terms of a timely delivery, FAST! Love it all. April 27, 2015
Good tire honeymoon It's a little too early to really give a tire review. But, I've got the new tire scratched-in, so here's a go. I'm a daily commuter rider, in all weather. I find a few miles of gravel on my daily ride, so, I wanted some traction more than street tires. I have put about 4,000 miles on the K76 rear tire, and that success led me to try the K76 on the front. I also ride year-round so needed all-weather grippy. The H rating is not a drawback, and, if it's like the rear, should wear evenly and get long miles. Handling has been very good. Good pavement behavior, but you still can tell that the tire is a block tread, not a street tire. Mild vibration, no tread noise noted at speed. Handling and feedback are very good - for a "dual" tire. Once you leave the good pavement, the tire comes into its own. Steady, traction, capable, and nice are words that come to mind. Add to that the uncanny Heidenau craftsmanship and long-wearing compound, and I think I've got a winner. April 6, 2015
True to reputation Over 4,000 miles and not maybe half-way on this tire tread life (2012 V-Strom DL650). I'm getting nice even wear, and it made it through winter with good traction in a variety of temps, road, and weather conditions. Tread clears muck, rocks and slush snow well. (and that's just on my driveway for starters). And a few saves in the "oops" situations where other tires might not have gotten traction back. Feel and performance are all good. A true multi-surface tire. Needed about 1/4 oz tire weights more than previous tires to balance, but it's got plenty of tread meat - so that's acceptable. April 6, 2015
Love this tire I purchased this tire last year for my KLR650 and can not find a negative thing to say about it. The tire currently has 8100 miles and at the moment i'm 1500 miles from home with no worries. On road it handles as well as any tire I have tried and i'm guessing I have ridden well over 1k miles in the rain and it has done great. I have also been on fire road that have conditions from hard pack, loose gravel and sand. I am not a fan of loose gravel but I can not blame the tire lol. I am including a very poor picture but the tire is still showing little wear and has tons of life left. April 4, 2015
Tire Failure When I first got these tires I really loved them. It seemed there was nothing they did not do well. I had read reviews about how long they lasted, and after my first set wore out at about 7,000 miles, I was hoping for more mileage. They are certainly very stiff tires, and proved a bit difficult to mount. Then after only about 2,000 miles I ran over something and got a very clean puncture that I repaired in the rear tire. Now at about 6,000 miles, the tread still looks very good, but I now discovered what looks like a tear in the tire between the tread blocks. There is no sign of damage from some road surface issue or object, just about a 1/2" tear all the way through the tire. I think this will be my last set of Heidenau. I know people swear by them, but now I don't trust them. Keep in mind, this is just my experience. October 19, 2014
Good all around ADV tire I put a set of these tires on my Super Tenere for a trip from East Tennessee out west. I covered approx 5k miles of mostly paved roads but with some dry desert terrain and sand though it. The tires preformed will on the trip and lasted for another 1k miles of back home mountain twisty road riding (total of 6k miles). Form me, that is a respectable amount of miles to get out of a set of tires. YMMV IMO these are very good all around ties for an ADV bike. The stick well enough on pavement for sporting use, although not as well as a Tourance or Anakee 3. They also do well off hard surface. Also the price is reasonable. Being bias ply the stiff sidewall makes mounting and dismounting a little harder then a radial tire. I like the added grip of the Anakee 3's better but if they wear out too quickly I may go back to the K-76. September 27, 2014
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Andre S: This is a good 80/20 tire for my Triumph Tiger Explorer, better than the Metzeler Tourance line. Nov 9, 2015
John B: I've got a lot of miles on the K76 rear, and it works great for my all-weather riding. So, I decided to make it a set. Aug 3, 2015
Mark S: wanted a little less road noise that what I get from the k60 Jun 23, 2015
Gary A: Radials wear terribly on my 2005 VStrom 650, especially the front. The radials leave plenty of tread depth, but cup, step, and other deformities. Eventually can feel the lumpiness on smooth roads. I've tried several different expensive radials over 43,000 miles, all with same results. Going to try these Heidenau K76 bias ply this time. I always change front and rear tires together. Jun 18, 2015
Paul L: "I wanted to try a bias ply tire on my dual sport. These came highly recommended by lots of different people on multiple dual sport forums." Jun 9, 2015
Mark P: No road noise like on the K60, good traction and tread life. Apr 7, 2014
Scott C: 2nd time purchase, good tire, high mileage, doesn't make as much noise as the K60 front Apr 2, 2014
Michael D: "I have read good things about Hidenau. Am about to take a long tour and would like tires to last the entire trip. Riding a BMW R12GSA" Mar 29, 2014
Steven D: Have the K60's and the front is too knobby for my mostly street riding. Going to keep the rear K60 and try this up front. Nov 7, 2013
A shopper asked: I'd like to use a hiedenua K60 scout as a rear again but I find the K60 front quite noisy. so I was wondering if a K76 would be a good choice for the front ?
the current set of K60"s I have I've already put about 26.000 KM's on them I'm guessing they're good for another 3 to 5 th KM's at least.
will the K76 give me similar kind of longevity ?
I ride a DL650 usually one up with a light load. PS. why wouldn't they put a solid center rib on the K60 front the same as the rear K60 has to keep the noise factor down ?
Nov 16, 2013
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Paul W: I got very good mileage out of the K76s on the big ole heavy 1200 GS. You should get incredible longevity on the Wee Strom. The only caveat is that you pay a penalty in handlebar buzz. The block pattern makes these tires much buzzier than the other two I've run: the Metzeler Tourances and Michelin Anakee 2/3. Considering the price, the Heidenaus are a good value. These are very durable tires with lots of stick on 80/20 on/off pavement. Nov 18, 2013
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Douglas U: I am currently running the K76's on both the front and rear of my XT1200. They were a little noisy at first but quieted down after scrubbing in. After 7000 miles the front is in real good shape- No cupping like I have experienced with other tires. You may notice some "squirming" when cornering at a spirited pace on the asphalt if the grip levels are different between the K60 and K76. Nov 21, 2013
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Glenn W: I have been running the K76's on my GSA for around 4000 miles now, and they are way quieter the K60's. On road performance is good IMO not really a big difference between the two. Off road the K60 is WAY better, much more sure feeling in the dirt and gravel. To answer why they don't have a center rib, it would take out a lot of the bite under braking in straight on apps. Nov 18, 2013
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Brandon B: I bought the k76 for my dl1000 and it has been amazing! As of now I have 13,000 miles on them and I have 2 ,000 left. It is a very quiet tire but can get a little squirrelly off of pavement. BB Ogden, Ut Nov 18, 2013
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