Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires
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Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tires

The Shinko 700 Dual Sport Tire features an aggressive 60% on-road and 40% off-road pattern for better dirt riding performance, without sacrificing pavement grip. They work and feel as good as they look. 

Features:

  • Aggressive tread pattern with deep lug construction
  • Heavy duty 4-ply carcass for durability
  • Reinforced side knobs for cornering stability
  • DOT approved
4.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.7 / 5
Grip
4.2 / 5
Tread Life
3.9 / 5
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Front / 3.00-21 TL 51S 594584 87-4390 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 4.60-17 TT 62P 594585 87-4395 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 5.10-17 TL 67S 594586 87-4396 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 4.60-18 TT 63S 594587 87-4397 In Stock: Ships next business day
Rear / 130/80-18 TL 66S 594588 87-4398 In Stock: Ships next business day

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4.4 / 5.0
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4.7 / 5
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4.2 / 5
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3.9 / 5
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Excellent Dual Sport tire!
I sort of had doubts with this tire and they don't look as aggressive as the Kenda270s they replaced but the reviews were great and I can confirm its an awesome tire!

I took these on 2 2400ish miles motorcycle trips, the 2nd trip was a true dual sport adventure and they delivered! I've taken these tires in desert, rocky gravel, forest, sand, deep sand, and tarmac. They never disappointed except maybe the deep beach sand but by the time I got to the beach I had already more than 4k on them already.

Slab its great, better than the 270s, they don't flex when you lean, and give great traction.

Forest roads no problem great traction. Mud it can do but not the best, the tread will clog up fast.

Wet pavement I never had a problem, of course I took it easy.

Desert sand it handles it very well, you just have to get them to float on the looser stuff so speeds of 25+ and they're doin it. Deep beach or dune sand it had trouble but like I said already more than half way worn and I have little experience riding deep sand on 2 wheels.

If you are going in some loose stuff suggest airing down. I had a Michelin T63 up front and this combo is great, the T63 helped a lot and much better than the K270s.

Also the bike was weighed down quite a bit with camping gear most of the time.

I have 5000+ miles on them and they look about 3/4 done, if I am going on another long adventure ride I would change em now but for anything else I wouldn't hesitate to still ride it. They have very small cracks where the lugs meet the rest of the tire but nothing I'm worried about, I was pretty rough on them.
October 30, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Great tire. Best bang for the buck on my KLR 650
These tires are much better than the stock Dunlops the bike comes with. Better control on gravel and smooth on pavement. I only have just over 200 miles on mine but there is no sign of wear yet. I have not ridden in wet conditions yet but foresee no problems as they grip well on everything else I have tried. Very impressed with them on gravel. RevZilla will be the only place I purchase them. Great customer service and super fast shipping combined with terrific deals.
May 16, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
3 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
Great replacement for KLR OEM tires
There is no perfect tire. Tires you must select based on your machine, riding style, or unique needs. The Shinko 700 tread pattern resembles the Dunlop K750s that are OEM on a new KLR but the tread is much deeper giving far more riding miles than the OEM tire. They have a S speed rating and perform well on the pavement, good traction as anything I have run on wet surfaces, and are smooth riding without any vibration. I use hydrostatic balancing which has worked well for me. The relatively large lugs are coarse enough for handling rock roads and would be a great choice for adventure type on/off road riding. South Korea is producing some very good rubber! I run SK tires on my car and they ride and wear very well. Shinko is probably the best buy available today in motorcycle tires making it possible to re-tire front and rear on most bikes for around $100. At that cost, most can keep lots of good bite on a machine.
March 16, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
3 / 5
Nice Dual Sport Tire
I ran Shinko 244s prior to this tire. They worked great on the dirt but a little noisy on the pavement and weren't real smooth. This tire is much better on the pavement in all respects and almost as good in the dirt. If you are not "hard core" in the dirt these tires will do just fine and the cost is very affordable.
July 26, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
I'm pretty impressed.
On a KLR 650 80 slab/20 dirt I got 5,000 miles out of the rear so far, and there's still some life left in it. Front tire looks good. Dry grip and cornering has been comfortable for a tire of this type and it performs well in the wet. I found it to be a tad more squirrely than most during break in, so tone it down for 200 miles or so, then these tire come to life. They handle very well off pavement, even performing reasonably well for a 50/50 tire in the mud.
June 2, 2015
Ride:
2014 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Great for price
These were the first enduro tires my XR600R had seen so I'm comparing them to the previous dirt tires - on pavement. As you'd expect, these are much better at everything. Even on gravelly single track. I bought them because of the overall cheapest price and best online reviews across many different sites and forums. I've ridden in all types of terrain, including ice and snow, interstate speeds and on rocky hill climbs on dirt-only trails. These tires did much better off road than I had expected and they're relatively smooth at high speeds. I didn't get the tires balanced when I installed them [myself] so I have a minor vibration at 65+mph, but it's not so bad as to be alarming. Overall I would recommend these tires to anyone looking for cheap good enduro tires. I ride daily and have had the tires for several months and haven't noticed any significant wear yet, so that's good. And everyone lived happily ever after. The end.
December 15, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
Excellent tire for the price
Great road manners and still capable off road. Wearing much better on the highway than my tkc-80.
February 2, 2015
Ride:
1998 Honda XR650L
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Grip
4 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Reliable and affordable
I've used Shinko tires on my last 3 bikes, all dual sport. I've gotten great mileage from them, 6 to 8k on the rear. I'm not a hard core single track rider. I ride 10 to 12k miles a year, mixed dirt and pavement and 700s have helped keep me moving forward.
February 17, 2014
Grip
5 / 5
Tread Life
4 / 5
Can't beat them for the price.
Haven't had them long enough to comment on tread life, but they ride good on the gravel and are not to noisy on the pavement.
June 23, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Tread Life
5 / 5
Great bang for your buck!
Too soon for review so far a little squirrely on the street. Need to be broken in off road seems to reduce my front end wash out considerably! Great bang for your buck!
October 6, 2014
Ride:
1985 Kawasaki KL600
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Balance of value and quality for my riding style.
Brent F on Aug 29, 2016
These are not what I would call, confidence inspiring. For Shinkos I prefer the 244
Timothy P on Aug 3, 2016
Balance of value and quality for my riding style.
Brent F on Aug 29, 2016
Good fit for KLR650. A real 50/50 tire IMHO.
William D on Aug 20, 2016
These are not what I would call, confidence inspiring. For Shinkos I prefer the 244
Timothy P on Aug 3, 2016
I liked them. Good reviews.
Joe R. M on Aug 2, 2016
good value
Thomas W on May 8, 2016
To match the front one that came on the bike and also the good reviews
chuck c on Jan 18, 2016
at this price i can buy new ones as needed. i hear they last a little longer than the OEM tire and i just got 5K out of the rear OEM.
Brian T on Jan 4, 2016
Need more road-biased tire for XT600
Matthew B on Dec 30, 2015
Good reviews, wanted something more "adventure" on/off road than my old full knobbies.
Drzmaniac on Apr 30, 2015
style, price, free shipping, good reviews
Tommy B on Mar 6, 2015
Price and reasonable capability
ed b on Feb 11, 2015
I have used them before and feel they are a good tire for the money.
Schaffer40 on Feb 8, 2015
research,research, research
jeff s on Feb 6, 2015
This tire got good reviews and was economically a better choice since I am a new rider. I didn't want to spend a lot for my first dual sport tire.
Tom K on Feb 4, 2015
Price
Pat E on Nov 3, 2014
Best bang for the buck.
Shad on Sep 13, 2014
Great price point and I needed a replacement to my d606 which is too dirt biased. I commute a fair amount on my dr650, so a road holding tire is a must
Yun Lung Y on Sep 2, 2014
Reviews and friends reccomendations
Andy D on Jul 22, 2014
I've used these before, and they work good. Mileage is not great, but can't complain at the price. Very nice ride and handling on the road, decent grip on dirt roads as well.
Mark B on Jun 25, 2014
From the reviews, this seemed to be the best tire for my type of riding.
Dale W on Jun 7, 2014
Rode the tires off my KLR650, these were a good value.
Alan S on May 21, 2014
I have the rear tire and wanted the front
Richard T on Apr 16, 2014
Great price point with excellent reviews.
Joshua C on Apr 12, 2014
I've had good luck with these tires in the past. Good enough on the dirt and asphalt for me. And I get good mileage from them.
Guy H on Mar 25, 2014
Price and Customer Reviews. This is my first time trying these tires. I am looking forward to getting them on my bike!
Jerry M on Mar 20, 2014
Most bang for the buck. I mostly ride on pavement however, I wanted the option to have a tire that looked like it would clean the treads well and have decent grip on the dirt
jason t on Mar 11, 2014
try a different brand see how well it works plus the price is not bad ether
johnny w on Feb 26, 2014
Price and performance. To be uses on a 2006 KTM 525 dual sport for riding pavement and dirt roads.
Chris M on Feb 26, 2014
>> just trying something different......
Brenda M on Jan 9, 2014
/A friend of mine bought these and liked them, price was good
Keith R on Aug 23, 2013
Good fit for KLR650. A real 50/50 tire IMHO.
William D on Aug 20, 2016
I liked them. Good reviews.
Joe R. M on Aug 2, 2016
does the shinko700 have stiff enough sidewall to ride a flat out of trouble? I ride a lot alone. My D606's I can ride a flat out of the woods without the tire falling off the rim. I need a 50/50 tire I can spoon on and be able to get myself out of the woods with a flat tire to main road/ civilization without falling off the rim. (klr 650)
Kyle H on Mar 3, 2015
I need the 21 up front and the 18 in the rear. Are these tubeless tires? If not what size tube do I need? I'm new at this. Jeff
A shopper on Aug 20, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Jeff,
the tires are labeled TT for tube type and TL for tubeless. The TL tire can be used with a tube on the rim as well as without. It depends on your rim. Your motorcycles manual should inform you if your rims need tubes.

For example my KLR 650 needs tubes since it has sprocket rims. So for me the TL or TT type is mute (I prefer the TL since its sidewall is stronger).

As for the tire size, consult your manual, and if you google "motorcycle tire size chart" you will find links to cross-references for the different tire labelings.

Have fun riding.
How does the 5.10-17 compare to a 140/80-17 as far as size?
A S on Apr 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The 5.10-17 is equal to a 130/80-17.
Are Shinko 700 tires designed to be used on tubeless rims..?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If I remember correctly, There is a shenko "700tt"wich is the tube type, and then a shenko" 700tl"that is tubeless, just be Sure to select the correct one before checkout
Is this tire design to work on tubeless rims..?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It depends on the info for a given part number. While their general model number (700) is the same, they have different part numbers for each size. Some are labeled TT or T/T and others are labeled TL or T/L. Those notations mean Tube Type and Tubeless, respectively.
Are Shinko 700 tires design to be used on tubeless rims?
A shopper on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought this tire for use on the front wheel of a 2004 Yamaha TW200, which is a wire-spoked "tube" tire configuration, so I am using it with a tube, however, on the sidewall of the Shinko Trail Master E-700 I bought, is the clear indication in raised letters: "TUBELESS," so apparently, you can use it in either tubed, or tubeless setups.
I have a BMW G650 XCountry and the book says to use a 130/80-17 will a 5.10-17 fit?
Looking a a Shinko 244 or 700.
Philip T on Aug 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: According to a tire conversion chart, 130 is almost exactly 5.10 inch, and the 80 aspect ratio should be similar. You usually have quite a bit of size choices on a rear wheel, up to a point. The 5.10 should be a perfect fit. Also the Shinko 700 is a nice tire, I did almost 10,000 klicks on my WR250R, mostly road, but still a fantastic off road 60-40 percent tire. Good luck
Good day I have a KTM640 Adventure 2007, My original rear tyre size is 140/80 18 is the best equivalent in the Shinko 700?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I put these on a XR650L. I will continue to buy these tires as long as I am commuting on it. I also play and these do quite well for what they are. No deep mud or anything but dry pack and loose good traction. I will continue to buy the front for this bike because of how well they do on the street. I will switch to the D606 when I go back to back roads and trails. Great tire for the price! They hold up well, I only get a year out of rears no matter how they are, Roll the throttle. Looks as though you have a very big back tire I usually get the 130 as that is all they have and I am quite happy with the look and performance.
I want these Shinko 700 tires however they don't seem to have a 19" front option. Do you know if Shinko makes this tire in 19"? Preferably 100/90-19 or 110/90-19.
Also what's 5.10-17 TL67 equal to when measuring in 130/80-17 scale?
Tom C on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If you poke around the web a bit, you can find tire conversions. They might not always be spot-on but it can get you close... It won't let me give you a link...

Scroll about 1/2 or 2/3 down the page... Beyond that, if you call in your order, the RevZilla folks should not have any issue with figuring out your size.
Could this tire in 5.10/17 fit a tiger 800?
A shopper on May 18, 2015